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Ipswich Town 0 v 1 Newport County
Carabao Cup
Tuesday, 10th August 2021 Kick-off 19:45

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Tomas Holy0.0
Janoi Donacien0.0
Luke Woolfenden0.0
Corrie Ndaba0.0
Bailey Clements0.0
Sone Aluko0.0
Idris El Mizouni0.0
Cameron Humphreys0.0
Armando Dobra0.0
Louie Barry0.0
Macauley Bonne0.0
James Norwood0.0
Scott Fraser0.0
Kayden Jackson0.0
0.0Nick Townsend
0.0Aaron Lewis
0.0Joe Woodiwiss
0.0James Clarke
0.0Louis Hall
0.0Christopher Missilou
0.0Aneurin Livermore
0.0Timmy Abraham
0.0Finn Azaz
0.0Kevin Ellison
0.0Jordan Greenidge
0.0Ed Upson
0.0Dom Telford
0.0Lewis Collins

Match Rating0.0 

Your Ipswich Town v Newport County Match Reports

legoman added 22:11 - Aug 10

It was the Dobra, Mizouni, Humphreys and Clements show.

grinch added 22:14 - Aug 10

Debra will get dropped for Saturday although he should be on that team sheet

alexharban added 22:19 - Aug 10

Good performance despite the result which was unlucky. 4-1 wouldn’t have flattered us but we didn’t create enough clear cut chances. Personally would have liked to have seen less changes to give the players more time to gel but do get we can’t risk injuries.

unstableblue added 22:56 - Aug 10

Oh deary, deary me... the whatsapp and texts I've been getting you'd think someone had died? Because in the cold light of a result, on a screen, Ipswich 0 - Morecombe 1 looks woeful... and of course it is a bad result

But having been there, having watched it, I actually left the game feeling somewhat entertained and with some optimism!

Yes I see the argument that Cook should not have made 10 changes, that he should have allowed partnerships to build - BUT! we have a Saturday/Tues, Harper and Evans are not worth risking.. he probably wanted to see what Aluko and Barry had to offer ( the former, absolutely f@ck all) and Cook just doesn't care about any cup competitions other than the FA Cup.

But for me using the Patented Unstable Model of 'winnnning' (over the season) I saw:


A much much better display from Wolfenden, a really excellent Donacien display, REAL promise from Humphreys and Clements... spark from El Mizouni and the limited moments from Fraser and Bonne, that step up in class we're seeing in the squad.

Jackson looked like a pound shop player in comparison. And it was of note Norwood injured missing a great headed chance.

Holy did OK, Ndaba was so so.

Barry had some moments, but was a shadow at time of Dobra. BUT Barry has end product.

Clements wobbled towards the end, but there is a player in there for sure.


You know what, this is why I'm a little bullish but not fully convinced..... I LOVED the fact that we started to mount some WAVES of attack... we haven't had this at Portman Road for a long time... watch the highlights.. Barry had multiple efforts,we crossed AND crossed again... yes this was a whole crop of new players... but it felt some of the Cook DNA was rubbing off


Alway a Hmmmmm from me under Cook... yes Donacien was hugging the touchline well... but actually it was someways better than Saturday in that we passed forward and quicker and El Mizuoni, Donra, and The Wolf were pinging it around well... Clement attacked the edge of the box really well, with some neat one/twos... Fraser showed just real class in a few moments (he is quality)

So in all a disappointing night.... but I saw green shoots in the the 3 model attributes... we need to BACK this project... if we can whether some initial early challenges... if Cook has the system we could fly.... turn on the team and Cook and we're doomed.


PS - in some ways the Lower North backed the team better tonight, more consistently, than Saturday!

harlingblue added 04:11 - Aug 11

Entertaining first half, yet another poor goal given to our opponents, Aluko, who looked way off the pace, dallied, a swift cross was then some how converted. This should have not proved a problem as Town bossed the game, hitting the woodwork twice, but spurning too many chances. Our play from the back is too predictable and laboured, sometimes it would be good to see an old fashioned punt up front?, or a midfielder demanding the ball. We exit this cup, but Bailey-Clements, Dobra and Humphreys, did not look out of place.
Yet another cup, not deemed worthy to worry about, the next, The PJ Trophhy, I will not be going to, BUT if we do not put our whole effort into The FA Cup, as former winners, to go as far as we can while still aiming to win the 3rd tier, then that would not be worthy of supporting a side that gave the England side their greatest Managers in Sir Alf Ramsey and Bobby Robson.

Robert_Garrett added 16:24 - Aug 11

Some good plus points and some encouraging passing but the finishing needs working on? Not scoring from 25 chances is not the statistic that reads good. Got to start somewhere so next Saturday is as good as any!

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