|O'Neill: Academy to Remain Category Two Tue 14th May 2019|
Town general manager of football operations and academy manager Lee O’Neill has reiterated that the club’s youth set-up will remain at category two despite the club’s relegation to League One and the loss of a number of talented young players to big Premier League clubs.
|Lambert: A Brilliant Win Sun 05th May 2019|
Boss Paul Lambert hailed his side’s 3-2 victory over play-offs-bound Leeds as a “brilliant win” of the type the Blues deserved during their spell of 1-1 draws during February and March.
|Ipswich Town 3-2 Leeds United - Match Report Sun 05th May 2019|
Collin Quaner’s 90th minute goal saw ten-man Town to a 3-2 home victory over Leeds United in their final game in the Championship. Flynn Downes gave the Blues the lead on the half-hour but Mateusz Klich equalised for Leeds just before the break, then Andre Dozzell added Town’s second two minutes after the restart. Stuart Dallas again levelled for the Whites, who were already guaranteed a place in the play-offs, in the 76th minute before Blues skipper Luke Chambers was red-carded for bringing down Kemar Roofe, who missed the resultant penalty. Town looked set for a point until Quaner profited from a mix-up between Leeds keeper Kiko Casilla and full-back Luke Ayling to seal the win.
|Ipswich Town 1-1 Leeds United - Half-Time Sun 05th May 2019|
Flynn Downes gave the Blues the lead with his first senior goal but Mateusz Klich equalised for Leeds just before half-time to leave the scoreline 1-1 at Portman Road at half-time.
|Town Look to Bow Out of Championship on Positive Note Fri 03rd May 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert says his team will be doing everything they can to try to end the club’s 62-year stay in the top two divisions on a positive note when they face Leeds United in their final game of the season at Portman Road on Sunday, but admits the third-placed Whites will go into the game as favourites.
|Lambert: Huge Gap Between Sides But We Never Capitulated Sat 27th Apr 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert admitted there was a huge gap between the Blues and all-but-promoted Sheffield United but was pleased his team never capitulated during their 2-0 defeat at Bramall Lane.
|Sheffield United 2-0 Ipswich Town - Match Report Sat 27th Apr 2019|
Scott Hogan and Jack O’Connell netted a goal in each half as Sheffield United comfortably beat the Blues 2-0 at Bramall Lane to all but secure their return to the Premier League after a 12-year hiatus. Hogan turned home the opener on 24 and O’Connell added the second in the 71st minute.
|Sheffield United 1-0 Ipswich Town - Half-Time Sat 27th Apr 2019|
Scott Hogan’s 24th minute goal has given Sheffield United a 1-0 half-time lead over the Blues.
|Blues Playing for Pride as Blades Hope to Confirm Promotion Fri 26th Apr 2019|
Town go into the last away game of their 17-year stint in the Championship at Sheffield United on Saturday evening playing for pride and hoping to put a dampener on what could be a Blades promotion party (Sky Sports Football from 5pm, KO 5.15pm).
|Chalobah: I Now See Myself as a Midfielder Thu 25th Apr 2019|
Trevoh Chalobah knew where to turn for advice when he joined Town on a season-long loan last summer and was told by then manager Paul Hurst that he intended using him in a midfield role at Portman Road.
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