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|Blog ||Musings of 2021|
by MJS83 at 09:17 24 Jan 2021
January 2021, Ipswich Town lie in ninth place in League One, three points from the play-offs and 10 points from the top of the table.
|Blog ||Pegasus Reflects|
by pegasus at 17:21 4 Jan 2021
One of the outcomes of the extraordinary year that has just come to an end has been that I have been able to watch Ipswich Town, home and away, on my computer screen for £10 a game.
|Blog ||It's All Going Wrong, Again|
by sam_n1 at 12:51 15 Dec 2020
There seems to be a pattern emerging of a consistent fall in form as this season starts to get up and running, especially during the Christmas fixtures. But who or what is down to?
|Blog ||Season's Beatings|
by Moggasknockdown at 18:08 25 Nov 2020
It is a bitterly disheartening experience supporting Ipswich. At every sliding doors moment in our recent history we have taken the wrong path, at every opportunity for schadenfreude an ex-player will decisively score, or create or generally remind us all that they are happier now, away from the depressing, soul-destroying experience that was their Ipswich career.
|Blog ||Cycle of Hurt|
by Steve_M at 11:45 25 Nov 2020
It's hard not to see a club that has got nearly every big decision wrong and come out on the wrong side of almost every promotion or relegation fight over 19 years as being in anything other than terminal decline. The very obvious exception to that pattern of failure was the appointment of Mick McCarthy and his first few years here.
|Blog ||Climbing Up the Walls|
by Mullet at 09:43 29 Sep 2020
The world has undoubtedly changed and with it, until some indeterminate point, football has done too. Not only have we seen another club disappear as the fans of Macclesfield joined those of Bury in being locked out of the game, we might count ourselves lucky to only be locked out of Portman Road for our own good.
|Blog ||A Head in the Right Place|
by NormEmerges at 09:29 14 Sep 2020
A nice victory against Wigan, well played the Town, and you achieved it without what many consider our best player. For the second match in a row, Flynn Downes was left out because “his head wasn’t in the right place”.
|Blog ||Pyramid Strong|
by Mullet at 13:30 9 Aug 2020
On Friday the members of League One voted by majority to instigate a salary cap. In doing so they not only limit everybody in the division to spending £2.5m per season, but they limit themselves in making the transition to established second tier side or beyond.
|Blog ||We Should Encourage the Club and the League to Stream All Games|
by rugbytomc at 16:15 12 Jun 2020
In an ideal world, all League One clubs for next season would take the extra steps of temperature checks at the turnstiles with entry refused for anyone with a temperature and also insist on every fan entering the ground wearing a mask for the entirety of their time in the ground.
|Blog ||Euro Glory for Town|
by clivebleedingthomas at 09:00 14 May 2020
This was the season in which we had a realistic chance of winning the Treble - it sounds like complete fantasy now, but it happened. Our hopes of FA Cup glory had been finished, along with Kevin Beattie’s career as a Town player, at Villa Park.
|Blog ||Woods Wonder Strike Ends Deadlock|
by clivebleedingthomas at 09:00 7 May 2020
A sixth round FA Cup tie of greater length than most season's cup runs had begun almost three weeks earlier in front of the Portman Road record crowd of 38,010, a record that still stands.
|Blog ||Five Go To Town|
by clivebleedingthomas at 09:00 4 May 2020
A fixture that started as a mid-table game but ended as one that would be marked by having special T-shirts printed to commemorate it - this was the Demolition Derby.
|Blog ||Marcus on the Spot in Moscow|
by clivebleedingthomas at 09:00 30 Apr 2020
The first leg had been played in the three-sided Portman Road, with no North Stand. Circumstances that many fans thought contributed to our relegation that season.
|Blog ||Hero Magilton Puts Blues in Dreamland|
by clivebleedingthomas at 09:00 16 Apr 2020
For many of us this game rates as the most exciting game we have ever watched at Portman Road. It had everything - goals aplenty, tension, disappointments, penalties, controversial decisions and… a wonderful outcome.