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|Blog ||Hark Now Hear - This is Our Time|
by Pickersblue22 at 21:27 19 Oct 2017
This one feels different. After nearly eight and a half years of hurt, this one just feels like it may all fall into place for Town. A chance to bury dark memories of Grant Holt, Lewis Grabban, Bradley Johnson, Nathan Redmond, Alex Neil et al.
|Blog ||What's the Stay Away Fans' Excuse Now? An Open Letter to Certain Town Fans|
by MikeDove33 at 13:05 22 Sep 2017
To my fellow Ipswich Town fans, I’ve often thought about writing an open letter to other Ipswich fans over the past 1-2 years. I always eventually went off the idea, due to the fact that the negativity it may have received from certain fans who only seem to thrive on matters of a negative nature at ITFC, would outweigh any positive outcome.
|Blog ||A Question of Balance|
by HarryfromBath at 11:06 19 Sep 2017
There have been a number of interesting threads on the forum in recent weeks juxtaposing our decent start this season with, well, everything we had to endure in the last campaign.
|Blog ||Snakes and Ladders|
by SheffieldTractor at 12:14 5 Sep 2017
Can statistics unveil a formula that will point towards a greater chance of a club like our being promoted from the Championship?
|Blog ||Unity and Quality|
by bbg at 16:07 9 Aug 2017
There is no mistaking the current signs of players, management and administrators all being all on the same page. It is particularly good to see the first-team manager acknowledging the work of the academy coaches in recent days.
|Blog ||Back to the Old Firm|
by Mullet at 10:26 7 Aug 2017
That "drive” Mick referred to on Saturday night, was clearly the one from north of the wall not outside his house if today’s news regarding the impending signing of Martyn Waghorn from Rangers is to be believed.
|Blog ||You're the Bunn for ME, Harry|
by Mullet at 16:43 1 Aug 2017
After freelance journalist Alan Nixon threw the social media space of ITFC fans into turmoil, the expectation of a striker from a Premier League club predictably sent cynics and dreamers into action.
|Blog ||'Gay Footballers? No, the Fans Wouldn't Have It'|
by Tristan90 at 15:40 1 Aug 2017
There has been a lot of coverage of late of the anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England in 1967 and much of it celebrates how far we have come in this country in terms of equality and acceptance.
|Blog ||A Crossroads|
by TBT at 19:26 30 Jun 2017
Let's make the assumption that Marcus Evans wants this business to flourish and ignore the theories about having a dying subsidiary over a long period of time somehow bringing a tax advantage to the ME Group.
|Blog ||Play Our Guys Or Take on Loan?|
by Mullet at 10:52 17 Jun 2017
I first noticed Bersant Celina a couple of seasons ago, he is one of a handful of names which get mentioned regularly by various fan and sportswriter accounts on Twitter and in the Manchester Evening News. He is the sort of talent that locals up here hold in high regard but haven’t seen too much of.
|Blog ||A Play-Off Tale from the Northlands|
by Von_Lager at 10:12 13 Jun 2017
It’s been an interesting 10 days for me reading the articles on 29th May 2017 vs 2000 and Huddersfield or Blackburn?. Interesting for me as I was at Wembley for both the 2000 and 2017 finals and both times supported the winning teams.
|Blog ||Climate Change|
by Slambo at 18:16 11 Jun 2017
The real root cause of Ipswich Town’s descent into obscurity.
|Blog ||You Little... Garner?|
by Mullet at 16:56 11 Jun 2017
The slow crystallisation of next year’s squad began with first the departures of several key figures spanning the reign of McCarthy, to make way for the securing of fresh faces. Typically, it was the familiar look of Jordan Spence which came first and unsurprisingly as Town look to bounce back from a dismal season.
|Blog ||Huddersfield or Blackburn - Which Do We Want?|
by Brownie at 17:34 30 May 2017
I sat through the play-off final yesterday, it wasn't enjoyable as one of the teams had basically set up to not get beat and as time went on the other looked as if they accepted that. Huddersfield winning was at least a victory for positive intent if nothing else.