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Still no assistant manager announced
at 14:26 2 Mar 2021

What do we think about this? Either we're talking to Hunt and he'll come in soon, or we might be negotiating with Wigan about when Leam Richardson can join. Would take both of course.

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Lee O’Neil actively denying any sort of takeover?
at 13:51 1 Mar 2021

https://t.co/J7TjzZTzF7

https://www.twtd.co.uk/ipswich-town-news/39803/oneill-no-offer-on-table-for-town

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Noel Hunt - sounds like a good assistant regardless of his connections with us
at 10:26 1 Mar 2021

https://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/sport/18915801.assistant-manager-noel-hunt-l
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The unbelievable turnaround from the club since a week and a half ago.
at 22:30 28 Feb 2021

From drawing 0-0 to Northampton, worst performance we’ve ever seen, 11th in the table, no sign of Evans and Lambert leaving, no hope for the future of the club.

Now we’ve beaten two top 6 sides, Lambert sacked, American takeover imminent, a couple of points off playoffs, Paul Cook likely to come in, life is a dream.
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FOPRP (n/t)
at 21:37 28 Feb 2021

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Leam Richardson
at 20:43 26 Feb 2021

Current caretaker manager of Wigan and was Paul Cook’s assistant there. Do we think that our possible future owners would be able to pay a ‘release clause’ to get him back with Paul?
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LoOk aT aLl ThEsE iDiOtS gEtTInG eXcItEd oVeR sOmEoNe lIkIng a tWeEt (n/t)
at 14:39 26 Feb 2021

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Looks like the puzzle pieces are coming together for this takeover.
at 23:58 23 Feb 2021

So on Saturday someone Tweeted this, saying an American consortium was looking to buy us, employing a championship CEO. Looked like just another rumour at the time, but something to be exited about.


Following that, news emerges from Bristol which suggests the consortium wants Mark Ashton, current CEO of Bristol City. This is backed up by the fact that he held talks in America in 2019 about a potential deal with a consortium which never went over the line - perhaps they are trying to arrange a similar deal with us.


Finally today, just before the match, someone (somehow) discovered that American businessman and partner in Phoenix Rising football club, Brett Johnson, follows both Ipswich Town and Bristol on Twitter, perhaps providing the much needed connection between the two clubs. He employed Frank Yallop, and therefore perhaps took advice from him on which football club to invest in.


Obviously it’s still early days and there could be nothing to it, but it’s definitely something to be hopeful for in the near future - he progressed Phoenix Rising to the brink of the MLS so there’s no doubt we could go some way with him.

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When are we expecting our first injury tonight?
at 18:05 23 Feb 2021

I'm going to say Bennetts on the 29th minute.
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Cowleys said to be very close to joining the tractor boys
at 19:13 17 Feb 2021

https://co.pinterest.com/pin/605452743642857397/
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Sounds like an exit interview from Lambert (n/t)
at 21:56 16 Feb 2021

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Frank thinks we’re hopeless (n/t)
at 21:48 16 Feb 2021

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This is horrific (n/t)
at 19:18 16 Feb 2021

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If Charlton win on Saturday vs Gillingham
at 00:08 12 Feb 2021

And we lose to Shrewsbury (both results the most likely outcome), then we'll be 11th / 12th in the table and SEVEN points off 6th.

Surely that will be it for Lambert? Evans has said he'll keep him while we're close to the playoffs, so he'll have no excuses. If not then we'll know Lambert won't be sacked till the end of the season at least.
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Two up front Sears and Norwood (n/t)
at 13:23 6 Feb 2021

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No KVY in the u23’s
at 12:08 2 Feb 2021

Another setback or is he playing in an in-house match instead?
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