Keeper Wright Joins Chelmsford on Loan
Friday, 22nd Mar 2019 15:18
Blues keeper Harry Wright has joined Vanarama National League South side Chelmsford City on loan until the end of the season.
The 20-year-old, the son of former keeper Richard, is yet to make a first-team appearance for Town but was on the bench for the first time at Bristol City earlier this month.
The Blues are able to recall Wright from the spell if he is required during the remaining weeks of the season.
Wright, who recently signed a new Blues contract which runs to the summer of 2021 with the club having an option for a further season, looks set to make his Clarets debut at Truro City on Saturday.
The one-time Manchester City academy schoolboy has previously had spells on loan at Brightlingsea and East Thurrock United.
Please report offensive, libellous or inappropriate posts by using the links provided.
You need to login in order to post your comments
Blogs 265 bloggers
League One, Leicester and the Long, Long Wait by DazC
They say you learn more from failure than success. Whatever the case, surely you learn more from either than by doing nothing at all.
This is Where I Came In by LegendRay
If you’re old enough to remember where this saying came from, you can probably remember Town playing in the third tier!
Rise and Fall by NormEmerges
Like my father, I was born and bred in Suffolk. He was a lifetime Ipswich Town supporter. But when I was a boy, back in the 1950s, like many small boys I followed clubs at the top of the old First Division.
Reflections on Relegation by TimS
I was walking through Kesgrave last Saturday afternoon around 4.35pm with my mind wandering. I could distinctly remember making the same walk from a local Tesco through Grange Farm back in the spring of 2002.
The History Boys by Tristan90
My first season following Town was 2002/03, just after relegation from the Premier League and in full of optimism for a quick return.
Ipswich Town Polls
[ Vote here ]