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League 1 and Checkatrade double - is that worth another star above the crest?
at 21:33 20 Jun 2019

Fear not - we will need to win the FA Cup too. That'll be three visits to the new Wembley in one season, how ironic.
Alan Brazil turns 60 this weekend.... total Town legend and best broadcaster
at 02:53 12 Jun 2019

in UK....loves Ipswich with heart and soul..

Had my photo taken with him at a PGL soccer course in 1981 and boy what an athlete.

Luckily witnessed his debut as a second half sub against Man Utd in 1979-80...okay it was a drab nil nil but the hair was something else.

Five goals in one game against Southampton won't be bettered...
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Odds surely shortening on the Bard of Framlingham owning Town at some
at 11:00 9 May 2019

point? Only 28 and already Ed Sheeran is worth £160 million after apparently doubling his wealth in the last year alone.

By the time he's 40 and a billionaire perhaps?

Still would prefer Godolphin to offer ME silly money to shuffle off but you never know the ginger one could become the chosen one.
Total basket case of a football club but don't worry clueless Marcus says we're
at 19:30 27 Apr 2019

financially stable so that's great .... nothing to worry about ... as long as we're financially stable who cares where we go.

Onwards and downwards to League Two, the Vanarama and beyond ...

Whatever happens tomorrow my eternal love - Ipswich Town this is for you ...
at 20:54 12 Apr 2019

Teddy Bishop is getting better and better ... if he stays clear of injuries
at 22:22 13 Feb 2019

then Town have a hell of a player on their hands ... a proper twinkle toes
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FA Cup Dust Up Highlights: Millwall v Everton ... just like the old days
at 23:08 26 Jan 2019

.... but remember people ... apparently we provoked the Lions at the old Den back in '78.

After much deliberation I have put pen to paper and renewed my contract
at 20:30 13 Dec 2018

as an Ipswich Town supporter .... it's for the next 50 years with an option to extend if death does not intervene ... I am delighted.

There were offers on the table to swap my support for another club - Barcelona and Real Madrid were in the running - but in the end it was an easy choice.

Up the Town.
So how does this season compare with previous relegation seasons for Town?
at 18:50 1 Dec 2018

In 2002 we had 18 points from 20 games ...

Just how we conspired to cock up our survival after winning 7 out of 8 league games from Dec through to early Feb is almost too painful to contemplate sixteen years later.

Astonishingly we were even doing better in 1995 with 12 points from 20 games (that was a miserable campaign scarred by the Old Trafford massacre though we did win at Anfield for the first time - so Ipswich).

And in 1955 (when we last dropped into the third tier) we won 11 games from 42 so only another 10 to go now.

Keep the faith and carry on praying for a miracle.

All is not lost .... there are four other teams who are almost as bad as us ...
at 10:03 29 Nov 2018

... we're in a mini league fight for survival with Bolton, Reading, Hull and Millwall ... I would be very worried however if Lambert does not shake things up dramatically for Forest.

Bishop and/or Lankester deserve a start or even Dozzell .... trio of Skuse, Chalobah and Downes are not creative enough. Skuse along with Sears was Town's best performer last night so time to drop the other two.

Would also drop Roberts (v poor last night) for Jackson (Harrison not quite ready) ... both Spence and Knudsen are horribly short of confidence .... certainly Donacien for Spence (shame Emmanuel is on loan) and possibly Kenlock, if match fit, for Knudsen.

Relegation to League One is not football's equivalent of a trip to Dignitas.
at 16:59 24 Nov 2018

The apocalyptic pessimism that once in League One the club will effectively die or at best morph into Rochdale is quite ludicrous.

No-one wants to go down but if the worst happens there's no reason we can't bounce back straight away. In fact, if Lambert stays, then it's highly likely that would happen.

For crying out loud it's League One - have you actually seen how small the clubs are down there?

And we're still just six points from safety so it might not happen anyway.

Norwich City players as talentless nobodies (n/t)
at 21:57 16 Nov 2018

They might be top for now but we will bring them down ....
at 02:07 11 Nov 2018
In Lambert We Trust - the difference now is YOU the fan - get down to PR for WBA
at 00:05 11 Nov 2018

.. in a game and potentially season of fine margins WE can make all the difference.
Danny Rowe nearly won the game late on with a great volley.. the guy is clearly
at 19:40 3 Nov 2018

a gifted footballer .... top drawer finishes for U23s have shown that ... hopefully will get more minutes under Paul Lambert.

Without doubt we have the right manager ... loved the animation on the touchline ... just need to stay within touching distance of fourth from bottom heading into January transfer window..

Decent noisy backing from crowd today .... such a shame thousands of Town fans could not be arsed to turn up ... empty seats don't help win matches.
Well if Lambert takes us down then Evans will have nowhere left to hide.
at 20:26 25 Oct 2018

The thought of being relegated with one of Norwich's most successful managers ever at the helm is already quite traumatising.

While the prospect of winning at Carrow Road with Lambert in charge is mildly attractive ... provided we're not mathematically doomed.

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