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Where Have Our Standards Gone?
at 17:51 21 Mar 2018

If you were one of the 1,066 Ipswich Town fans at Ashton Gate on Saturday, ask yourself and be honest, how much does the result really bother you?
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Hark Now Hear - This is Our Time
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.
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We Need to Talk About Kevin
at 16:57 4 May 2017

After such a disappointing season in so many ways for Ipswich Town, there are post-mortems being written left, right and centre.
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Has Mick Found a Formula?
at 09:49 14 Feb 2017

On November 22nd, Exeter City were bottom of League Two, bereft of confidence, ideas, and without a home win since April, all the signs were pointing to a season of struggle. A 1-0 win at Leyton Orient that night was the start of an marvellous 12-match unbeaten run, containing 10 wins. That run took them from below the dreaded dotted line to the fringes of the automatic promotion places, and was only ended by defeat in the Devon derby at Plymouth on Saturday.
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Mick, What is Your Next Move? Or Are You Out of Ideas?
at 15:40 13 Oct 2016

Ipswich Town are facing a defining period. We thought last season was bad. It was, but it looks good in comparison to this one. We may only be 11 games in, but the signs suggest that things will get worse before they get better.
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A Plea to Mick: Don't Hold Us Back
at 15:04 23 Aug 2016

After nearly four years, we know exactly what we get. Mick McCarthy arrived in November 2012 with the club at a low ebb. He lifted us from a dreary, uninspiring outfit, consistently languishing in mid-table, to the surprising, joyful, wonderful highs of 2014/15.
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Luke Chambers Will Be a Town Legend
at 09:27 5 Feb 2016

As one of the greatest leaders in Premier League history announces he is leaving English football a the end of the season, I think it appropriate to pay tribute to our very own Captain Fantastic.
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Too Many Players Are Too Comfortable in This Team
at 21:11 13 Oct 2015

It is safe to say that the first 10 games of the season have not gone as we had planned. To be sat in 12th is disappointing to say the least, but what is more concerning is seeing the manager come out and question the loyalty of his players. That came as a shock.
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Our Most Talented Squad in Years, But They Must Not Be Held Back
at 13:37 5 Aug 2015

There is quite rightly a lot of excitement surrounding Ipswich Town in the build up to the new season. Our squad is the strongest it has been since Joe Royle's Class of 2004/05, and we are well-placed to build on our sixth-placed finish last season.
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We Can Touch Wembley, Now Let’s Grab Hold of It
at 09:17 15 May 2015

Few if any of our players have ever played in a game as big as Saturday’s at Carrow Road. A local derby, with the winner going to Wembley - could it be any more important? After a furious tussle at Portman Road, it has all come down to this.
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We Love You and This is the Way We Like It
at 09:06 23 Apr 2015

Two games. 180 minutes. That’s all it is. All that stands between us and a place in the top six. Another 180 minutes. The chance of a Wembley final. Possibly against our nearest and not so dearest. It’s all in our hands. We can reach out and touch it. Thirteen years of hurt could be ended. We’re almost there.
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Crunch Time - Next Two Games Likely to Decide our Fate
at 18:42 1 Apr 2015

This is undoubtedly the most exciting time to be an Ipswich Town supporter in a decade. For the first time since the days of Joe Royle, we have a chance of promotion, possibly automatic. Being sat in sixth place with seven games left, the task is in our own hands.
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Top Six Might Be More Realistic With This One-Dimensional Squad and Stubborn Manager
at 13:08 2 Mar 2015

Sunday’s 2-0 defeat at Norwich was both painful and disappointing. It is never nice to lose to your arch-rivals, especially given our recent record against them, but in many ways, this game re-affirmed what we already know about Town’s shortcomings.
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Why Staying in the Promotion Race Will Be More Difficult Than Getting There in the First Place
at 22:43 3 Feb 2015

2:50 pm Boxing Day 2014 - Brentford 2-4 Ipswich Town. Town top of the league. Friday 27th Daily Telegraph headline ‘Ipswich savour rare taste of high life’. So rare that Town topped the table for the first time in ten years. Albeit for about two hours.
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