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Dear Martin Samuel...
at 11:38 8 Jan 2019

...I felt I had to respond to your piece in the Daily Mail today about Mick McCarthy.
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It Really Could Be Worse
at 19:42 18 Mar 2017

Instead of trekking all the way to Cardiff this weekend, I decided to go and watch my local team. Leyton Orient were playing Doncaster Rovers, bottom vs top in League Two.
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The Question We're All Asking: Is Relegation a Serious Possibility?
at 15:33 3 Feb 2017

With a pretty horrible run of five matches coming up, I know I’m not the only fan to have serious concerns about the possibility of relegation.
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Treble Deja Vu and That Five-Point Plan. Or is it Six?
at 12:52 1 Feb 2017

It feels like double deja vu at Portman Road right now. And it may be treble within a few months.
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Life After Daryl
at 10:36 1 Sep 2016

Firstly, to lay my cards on the table, I would have preferred it had we signed a central striker in the last week of the transfer window. When Daryl Murphy was sold, I was hoping another striker would be on his way before the deadline shut at 11pm on August 31st. But he wasn't. And I'm okay with that.
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The Greatest Story Ever Told - Have Leicester Done an Ipswich?
at 16:45 3 May 2016

Congratulations to Leicester City, the incredible achievement of Ranieri, Vardy, Mahrez, Drinkwater, Schmeichel and co should have every fan, of every football club, doffing their caps in tribute this week – and for a long time to come.
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More Marmite than Marmite - an Evening with Roy Keane
at 13:45 21 Oct 2014

Whether Roy Keane should go down in history as the worst manager to helm Ipswich Town is an arguable point - but it is hard to dispute that he is the most divisive Town employee in the club's 136-year history. 
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Bullard Book is a Belting Read
at 09:41 29 May 2014

How you view Jimmy Bullard in an Ipswich Town shirt will depend on what period you remember most clearly - the loan spell in which he scored a series of spectacular goals and helped pull us clear of relegation or the season on a permanent deal when he was a bit part player at best.
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Kieron: One of Suffolk's Greatest Talents, Ill-Served by Dire Headlines
at 12:58 4 Aug 2013

Immediately after the confirmation last week by Kieron Dyer that he was retiring this summer, little was said outside of Suffolk about his departure from the game. It is a story which leaked out with relatively little fanfare, for a former England international and Premiership stalwart of more than a decade.
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[Blog] Cresswell - The Beginning of the FFP Young Talent Drain?
at 13:10 25 Jul 2012

So, Aaron Cresswell may soon be leaving for the Premiership for £3.5m. It’s a disappointing prospect, but it is a reality which we all need to get used to.
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[Blog] If Jewell is Staying, How Do We Stay Up?
at 11:15 22 Jan 2012

Here is a prediction for you. Paul Jewell is not going to be sacked. 
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[Blog] Why the Burley Blueprint Won't Work, But We Must Stick With PJ
at 20:01 3 Jan 2012

Before the home match against Nottingham Forest, I simply couldn't imagine a defeat against a team which had failed to score for 10 hours. It seemed unthinkable. Sadly, it wasn't. A 3-1 home defeat. I am sure I'm not the only Town fan who has rarely felt as low about the fate of our club.
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[Blog] More Summer Action Than a Surfer's Wetsuit
at 11:37 11 Jul 2011

Town fans could be forgiven for pinching themselves this week. These are rare times indeed – as we enter our pre-season friendly programme having already signed five (that’s FIVE, count them) new players.
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[Blog] A Nervous Close Season
at 13:24 3 Jun 2011

With just a fortnight until next season’s fixtures are announced, and a month until pre-season kicks off, us Town fans are getting understandably twitchy – especially with so many players having left since the end of last season.
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[Blog] The Latest Rush of Youth
at 11:29 22 Oct 2010

Isn’t it amazing what a couple of defeats can do to a bunch of supporters.
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[Blog] Why Roy Keane May Well Be Right - That Less is More
at 21:50 2 Jul 2010

So, Roy Keane says that a settled team might be a good thing this coming season - and that he may have to cope with the personnel that he has got. On the face of it, they are strange comments from a man who chopped and changed so much last season, and who emphasised before the summer his need to get in three or four new faces. But there may be something in what he says.
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