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|Seems a poor batting line up to me|
at 11:19 22 Nov 2017
England team: Alastair Cook, Mark Stoneman, James Vince, Joe Root (capt), Dawid Malan, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Stuart Broad, Jake Ball, James Anderson.
I think we may struggle. Fingers crossed I am proved wrong.
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at 11:36 1 Nov 2017
Between 1994-95 and 1997-98, 11 different Englishmen in four seasons scored more than 15 Premier League goals. By way of comparison, since 2011 only five have managed that feat:
name those five
|Speedway - It's mental|
at 11:12 24 Oct 2017
Scott Nichols rode against Ipswich in the first leg of the Cup final for Peterborough.
He is now riding FOR Ipswich in the 2nd leg. that's just mental and shouldn't be allowed.
|Dean Saunders Sporting Evening Review |
at 09:31 13 Oct 2017
As one of the lucky competition winners from TWTD I attended the Dean Saunders Sporting Dinner at Greshams last night. It is a great venue and looked splendid set out in cabaret style and packed to the rafters.
Evening started with a two course meal, steak and ale pie was delicious. Event raised over £1200 for St Elizabeth Hospice which was great.
Dean Saunders was next up. I wasn’t sure what to expect as he never really came across as a sparkling personality. I was very wrong.
He started with a great story about his first day at TalkSport with Town legend Alan Brazil, then talked about his time as manager of Wrexham. His next story was a brilliant tale about how he nearly signed for Forest and the meeting he had with Brian Clough. It was brilliant. His final story was about Ron Atkinson and the time he had at Villa. Dalian Atkinson featured heavily in the story. It was hilarious. Dean Saunders is actually a brilliant after dinner speaker and a very funny man.
The evening finished with a comedian from Yeovil who was a little bit old school. All in all a great evening. Next one in May features our own Terry Butcher.
So thank you Phil for the tickets. The TWTD table were a great bunch of people too and good company. So a very enjoyable evening was had by all.
|Get rid of FFP|
at 10:11 8 Sep 2017
Arsne Wenger wants to get rid of FFP. No one is respecting it so just open it up and make it a free for all. What do people think?
Without big investment it would make it impossible for ITFC to ever dine at the top table again if this were to happen.
|England only: Most expensive ever in cumulative fees - guess who is number 1.|
at 11:11 30 Aug 2017
8. Stewart Downing – £44m (Middlesbrough, Aston Villa, Liverpool, West Ham, Middlesbrough)
7. Craig Bellamy – £45m (Norwich, Coventry, Newcastle, Blackburn, Liverpool, West Ham, Manchester City, Liverpool, Cardiff)
6. Rio Ferdinand – £48m (West Ham, Leeds, Manchester United, QPR)
5. Peter Crouch – £49,060,000 (Tottenham, QPR, Portsmouth, Aston Villa, Southampton, Liverpool, Portsmouth, Tottenham, Stoke)
4. Kyle Walker – £49.5m (Sheffield United, Tottenham, Manchester City)
3. Andy Carroll – £50m (Newcastle, Liverpool, West Ham)
2. John Stones – £50.5m (Barnsley, Everton, Manchester City)
at 10:14 25 Aug 2017
The Witches seem to be going along really well at the moment. any TWTD'ers go and watch regularly? I'm a fan via Ipswich Star. Maybe go once a year.
How good are they this year? What are their chances/ are Sheffield just too good?
|Colin Murray - Championship Channel 5|
at 09:08 21 Aug 2017
Did anyone else find it a bit cringeworthy when he asked gambling addict Keith Gillespie how much he would have won if he had bet a fiver on Ipswich to win their first five games? to be fair to Keith he got it pretty much spot on.
About £1250 was the answer.
|Kings of Anglia|
at 10:21 17 Aug 2017
Is it any good? Anyone bought a copy?
I hope it is good and sustainable. I imagine it's a difficult publication to make a profit on in this day and age.
I really miss the Green'un. If we had won I used to love going to get a copy of the Green'un to see the league tables, goal scorers etc. In the internet age this has died a death but it was a part of my ITFC history and culture.
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