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Norwich and Reading Games on Sky
Wednesday, 13th Jul 2016 16:15

Town’s home derby against Norwich City and away game at Reading have both been chosen for live Sky coverage.

The Canaries’ visit to Portman Road remains a Sunday 21st August 12 noon kick-off, while the visit to the Madejski Stadium switches to Friday 9th September with an 8pm start.

Meanwhile, the derby at Carrow Road has switched to Sunday 26th February with a noon kick-off on police advice.


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12th_Man added 16:20 - Jul 13
Norwich was expected but Reading on sky on a Friday night not happy about
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Smithy added 16:22 - Jul 13
they obviously enjoyed us getting tonked 5-1 at Reading last season, barstewards
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jpring89 added 16:30 - Jul 13
Not Reading again although i think would accept it if we smashed the budgies
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rfretwell added 17:15 - Jul 13
Well no more Reading chants of "you're getting smashed on the Tele" like last season please Mick. He'll park the bus this time so no chance of that. As for Norwich - I cant help fearing the worst again.
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ArnieM added 18:17 - Jul 13
We'll beat scum. It's our time again. there was sod all between the teams in those PO 's and they had no opportunities until we went down to 10men. Jammy as ever. scum.
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Blue041273 added 18:17 - Jul 13
There was I thinking that the new Sky Premier League coverage on Friday nights would avoid Friday complications for Championship Supporters. Given that Sky had regained the rights to Saturday Lunchtime games I had thought, erroneously that fixtures might move only to Saturday evenings. But, no. Sky still want their pound of flesh. The Reading game is now beyond many prospective Ipswich supporters who might have planned to attend. Still we can all watch it on TV now! Not happy!






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cats_whiskers added 18:41 - Jul 13
Our record against both in previous corresponding fixtures is abysmal
And unfortunately with the lack of quality in the current squad
Just don't see where it's likely to improve this time.

Two games and NO points from either
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ArnieM added 19:13 - Jul 13
I expect Leicester and Portugal fans thought/said the same about their team, and then.....................
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Portman51 added 20:34 - Jul 13
After the chaos for town supporters in the Greene King created by the police at the play-off home leg last year I'll settle for my armchair and a couple of cans. Thanks Sky.
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blueboy1981 added 22:03 - Jul 13
ArnieM ......... you really are the eternal optimist. You're grasping at straws, and miracles are scarce.

How can you be remotely impressed at this stage of the close season ? - few short weeks left ...... !!
Should have been far more happening by now for anyone to feel confident of anything more than the same old - at best.
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