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|Blog ||Attendances? We've Never Had it So Good|
at 10:22 6 Apr 2017
There’ll be a lot of pointing towards the number of spectators against Wigan being under 15,000, and therefore the lowest home league crowd since 1999, but we need to remember that consistent attendances of the levels we see nowadays are far from typical in the club’s history. Since 1960, there have been nearly 300 home league matches with attendances lower than 15,000.
|Blog ||[Blog] The 2010/2011 Season In Numbers|
at 11:08 10 May 2011
It's time for the end of season round-ups, and Chris Rand pauses for one last time to remember a season which, despite having some remarkable moments, he'll be quite happy to consign to history.
|Blog ||[Blog] Here Come The Bogeymen|
at 15:06 13 Mar 2011
Chris Rand looks at the fixtures where a Town victory is well overdue, with the biggest one of all just coming up.
|Blog ||[Blog] Sixtastic|
at 16:52 16 Feb 2011
Chris Rand rounds up a few stats about big wins in the club's history.
|Blog ||[Blog] Are We Looking Up or Down?|
at 20:14 6 Feb 2011
Chris Rand makes his annual prediction of the points required to make the play-offs - and avoid relegation.
|Blog ||[Blog] The Best Years Of Our Lives|
at 10:30 31 Dec 2010
At the time of year when we look back on the previous 365 days, Chris Rand examines calendar years in the history of Ipswich Town, and finds a new low in 2010.
|Blog ||[Blog] And News of a Fourth Goal at Portman Road...|
at 16:33 7 Nov 2010
Unless there's a goalfest on Tuesday night, this Wednesday will mark the third anniversary of the last time Ipswich scored four (or more) goals in a league match at Portman Road. That was the "majestic" demolition of Bristol City in November 2007 which was the fourth time we'd scored four or more in 10 home games (yes, all under Jim Magilton).
|Blog ||[Blog] A Game of Two Halves|
at 15:34 10 Mar 2010
An inability to hang on to a game has been a characteristic of Town's season, and that's brought with it some interesting first- v second-half statistics.
|Blog ||[Blog] Amazingly, Town are Playing to Play-Off Standards|
at 12:35 18 Feb 2010
Sometimes the real story of a season is in some of the more obscure, underlying stats, and they confirm what we all know the problem is, as well as providing some unexpected optimism at a time when relegation is not an impossibility.
|Blog ||[Blog] Those Elusive Midweek Away Victories|
at 14:21 10 Feb 2010
Every season, Town seem win one or two of their half-dozen midweek away fixtures (just enough to keep the travelling army inspired enough to attend the next game) but what are the real stats involved?
|Blog ||[Blog] Hoping For a Better Second Half|
at 14:50 7 Jan 2010
At the halfway stage, it's time to compare Town's performance to seasons gone by, and to look at what what the targets might be for the next 23 matches.
|Blog ||[Blog] A New All-Time Record at Portman Road|
at 11:54 9 Dec 2009
Most seasons have one or two interesting figures bubbling to the top of the statistics, but this one has more than most, so I thought I'd provide a few observations.
|Blog ||[Blog] Portman Road Welcomes You|
at 10:06 26 Oct 2009
The statistics back up what most of us feel instinctively; the past year has indeed been one of the worst ever for home fans at Portman Road...
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