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Duo in Team of the Week
Monday, 17th Feb 2020 09:59

Town duo Alan Judge and Kayden Jackson have been named in the Sky Bet EFL Team of the Week for their displays in the 4-1 defeat of Burton Albion on Saturday.

The pair each scored twice and picked up an assist as the Blues came from behind to comfortably defeat the Brewers.

Also including this week’s select XI is ex-Town loanee Callum Connolly, who is on loan at Fleetwood - who beat Doncaster 2-1 at the weekend - from Everton.

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Pecker added 10:03 - Feb 17
Good to see.Thought both we very good. Just need to see it more often.

TheTrueBlue1878 added 11:47 - Feb 17
Thoroughly deserved.

Consistency is key however.

TR11BLU added 12:33 - Feb 17
Always good to see.
Notably few comments for a positive article!

DifferentGravy added 13:23 - Feb 17
Superb, Totally agree with the first two comments.

Watching the goals again, Kayden did brilliantly to adjust for the header

SnowyBlue added 13:52 - Feb 17
Kayden Jackson we've got....
kayden jackson we've got....
Jayden jackson we've got

norfolkbluey added 13:57 - Feb 17
Well done guys and just what we need right now. Really pleased for you both and let this be a lift off for the rest of the season.

cat added 15:56 - Feb 17
We have craved proper football and entertainment for a few years now and Saturdays tasty performance shows we are capable. If we can keep the momentum going, build up some consistency then promotion is a very achievable possibility. Another big positive from Saturday awe inspiring performance was we looked the part going forward, something that’s been lacking of late. Credit ‘mainly’ to Judge, Jackson and Keane for that.

Linkboy13 added 16:10 - Feb 17
Nice to see a bit of recognition for our players. Jackson has now got double figures for the season with 6 assists i think well worth the money we paid for him in the current market. Form is temporary class is permanent as they say and this applies to Judge good first touch and distribution with vision. The one thing in common with these two players is that they both work very hard and you can't criticise that. Whether they could play championship football is debatable but you could say that about nearly all of our squad.

londontractorboy57 added 20:15 - Feb 17
Cat dont get carried away Burton were not a very good team so they were easy to play against.
Ive seen all games at Portman Rd this season and they have mainly been very average certainly not good enough to get promoted.
Sincerely hope i am wrong.

Pilgrimblue added 11:00 - Feb 18
LTB57 agree with your view. Burton had a few key players missing so was surprised they folded as other games against top sides have been quite good. We'll have a better idea after Oxford.

cat added 15:22 - Feb 18
Ha! Who’s getting carried away Londontractor???? Live for the moment and deal with things as they happen, that way you might get a little more positivity in your life.

therein61 added 17:03 - Feb 18
Well deserved lads keep it going.

PortmanTerrorist added 14:39 - Feb 20
Darling is (pretty) local at Cambridge. let's give him a go in Defence next season.

And let's hope Kayden and Judge can get some consistency into their play for rest of season if we to have a chance of promotion.

PortmanTerrorist added 15:55 - Feb 20
PS: Touray is a Left back....but at Salford so probably out of our price range !

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