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Nolan Out For Two Months
Thursday, 4th Mar 2021 18:30

Midfielder Jon Nolan is facing two months out of action after injuring his medial collateral ligament in training earlier this week.

The 28-year-old, who isn’t expected to feature again until May, hasn’t played for the first team since the Sunderland game in late January having been exiled to the U23s by former boss Paul Lambert.


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Westy added 18:32 - Mar 4
What a surprise.
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gazzer1999 added 18:39 - Mar 4
2 Months at home with the wife and kids then Nothing to see here.
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Suffolkboy added 18:39 - Mar 4
Just in time for the transfer season maybe ? From what we’ve seen it’s a surprise if he was trying too hard and got injured .
Never mind !
COYB
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TractorRoyNo1 added 18:42 - Mar 4
Taxi
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Skip73 added 18:45 - Mar 4
Maybe, he got injured because he's been at home with his feet up, and isn't up to speed fitnesswise
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buzbyblue added 18:45 - Mar 4
Would be at all surprised if he's totally had enough of our club and the way he's been treated
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positivity added 18:46 - Mar 4
lambert's fault obvs, keeping him from training properly, hopefully the last!
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Ipswichbusiness added 18:51 - Mar 4
That’s a shame. Until he fell out with PL he was one of our better players this season. Unfortunately, his season is now over. Is he one of the multitude who have their contracts up for renewal this summer?
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SickParrot added 18:59 - Mar 4
Oh dear. I feel sorry for Nolan. He was unfairly frozen out by Lambert and now misses the chance to impress Paul Cook. Lambert never got the best out of Nolan but he is an attacking midfielder who scores goals and Cook's playing style could suit him. We may never find out now.
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Linkboy13 added 19:03 - Mar 4
These injuries should not be happening in training as often as they do at our club. Hopefully things will change with Paul Cook in charge. Get the feeling John Nolan has never really settled in the Ipswich area which often happens. Shame because he's had a decent season where nobody has really stood out.
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Calderboy added 19:13 - Mar 4
Obviously the kids have worn him down
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blues1 added 19:16 - Mar 4
Linkboy13. The kind of injury he has got vmcannot be prevented. It's an injury usually caused by getting studs caught in the ground, twisting the joint. So can happen at any point, maybe even simply when running, or turning. Something that u cabt avoid doing when training. As u say, it's a,shame as he gas had a decent season.
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jas0999 added 19:17 - Mar 4
Sad news for the lad.
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Tokey added 19:46 - Mar 4
I bet he wished he never signed for us. I really like Nolan, I think he’s a terrific player that’s never been able to overcome being in a poor team. We’ve definitely never seen the best of him.
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muhrensleftfoot added 20:21 - Mar 4
Unlucky. Can't see him playing for us again if his contract is up end of this season. Never really done it for me. No doubt he'll be a decent signing for another League one club. His level. Championship proved a step too far.
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RobsonWark added 22:05 - Mar 4
He must be happy that he can spend more time at home with his wife and kids while getting paid by ITFC. Hopefully that's the last we'll see of him in a Town shirt!
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Bert added 23:08 - Mar 4
Unfair to judge him on the basis of Lambert’s one sided view. Likely to be made available and good luck to him.


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Fat_Boy_Tim added 23:55 - Mar 4
I think he’s a good player, speedy recovery John, I look forward to what you can do under Paul Cook.
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Blue_75 added 23:56 - Mar 4
Wishing a speedy recovery!
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Beattiesballbag added 01:49 - Mar 5
Unfortunately alot of problems players have are the wives are not happy at moving to this area from up north......just like McGoldrick always injured then nipping back home......always seems fit nowadays!
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Billericay12 added 05:44 - Mar 5
I wish him a speedy recovery and agree he did start the season well enough for us. Being optimistic for a moment though if we got promoted he is not good enough for the Championship and along with a few others brought in by Hurst sums up why we are where we are. A team of League One/League Two players with some home grown youngsters mixed in that equals a League One standard team.
We need PC to get an extra 10 -15% from what we’ve got to get us up and then time for a clear out and some serious investment.
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bobble added 07:16 - Mar 5
who ?
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BildestonBlue added 07:18 - Mar 5
I honestly think he's a very decent player deep down and always pops up with the scrappy goals when needed.
I'm gutted he might not get the chance under Cook to prove it here , no doubt he will do it at another club when settled.
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BildestonBlue added 07:18 - Mar 5
I honestly think he's a very decent player deep down and always pops up with the scrappy goals when needed.
I'm gutted he might not get the chance under Cook to prove it here , no doubt he will do it at another club when settled.
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johnwarksshorts added 09:26 - Mar 5
Not really bothered, if the stories are true, his attitude stinks.
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