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Ipswich Til I Die!
at 03:42 10 Feb 2019

Giggs, Rhodri
at 14:54 8 Feb 2019

Power, Paddy

Next Sunday
at 13:28 3 Feb 2019

It’s just not going to be fun at all, is it?
23 pints like that - I’m honestly impressed
at 18:08 29 Jan 2019

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4 hours from Wycombe to Ipswich Saturday
at 13:38 28 Jan 2019

Poxy bus replacements are back - looks like I’m missing another home game.

Greater Anglia really are a disgrace. 5th year running they’ve done bus replacements on that line.
Antepost horse racing tip
at 06:05 28 Jan 2019

It’s been a very long while since I put a horse up on here but I’m adamant I’ve found a great antepost bet. And since the last antepost bet I put up on here was One For Arthur for the 2017 Grand National at big prices before he won. And many were very appreciative of that so why not give another one now...

Cheltenham Festival - Day 4 - March 15th - Triumph Hurdle.

There’s a french horse. He’s been bought for some big money over here with the intention of running in the Triumph Hurdle. He’s been sent to the 2nd best UK trainer. He was the second best French Juvenile last season with grade 1 winner form throughout.

Anyway, he’s well clear on form with everything sent from France (French bred horses tend to dominate the market for this race) with plenty of them over here winning on UK debut.

The third favourite for the race - Quel Destin - has already won a grade 1 in England this season and was beaten 13 lengths by this horse.
The favourite for this - Fakir Doudaries - won the Triumph Hurdle trial on Saturday but too was beaten in France by this horse - by 15 LENGTHS (and gave the other horse weight).

On all known form, the horse ought to be a lot shorter than the current price.

Of course I have no reason to post this - but I’ve got my money down (a 4-figure return) and have no issue passing on my fancy. Frnwch racing experts agree and I’ve fancied him for about 6 weeks now. Anyone who follows me on Twitter would’ve seen I’ve been on him for weeks. But after Saturday the form was franked again and now he’s my biggest fancy antepost in a long time (since One For Arthur for the National).

He’s 16/1 for the race. HOWEVER, if you choose to back him, take the 12/1 with skybet. Because they are Non Runner No Bet. This means you get your money back should he not run. Which would be because of injury.

The horse is PIC D’ORHY at 12/1 (NRNB) with Skybet for the 2019 Triumph Hurdle in March 15th. I’ll be there for the week to watch him win.

Good luck all who choose to bet him - I hope I don’t receive any abuse for posting this - it has been 8 months since I last posted a horse betting thread on here after all.
1 win in my last 25 Town games now
at 17:41 26 Jan 2019

I’ve seen 1 win since January 14th 2018 - Wigan at home a few weeks ago.

Didn’t realise it had been that long.. Blimey.

Roll on next season
Love you Town!
at 14:47 26 Jan 2019

Today is the day!!!

Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee bluuuuueeeesss!
at 09:16 26 Jan 2019

1-0 win today. A can feel it

I’m actually really looking forward to Saturday
at 07:46 24 Jan 2019

My favourite ever footballing memory came in that away end when Huws scored the winner their a couple of years ago. I turned round in the celebrations and my relatively quiet grandad was going ape sh*t with all the lads behind us. His face in that moment absolutely made the day for me.

A few of us going and getting into Brum about noon and a few ciders/vodka lemonades on the train up. There’s rail issues too so we have to change at Banbury rather than straight there from High Wycombe.

Of the 3 games they’ve came to so far (Millwall, Reading And Stoke), we’ve conceded 7 goals and scored just twice. The Millwall performance was probably our worst this season whereas Reading was one of the better ones (best even?). Hopefully we can play abit like the latter eh?

Who’s going anyway? Reckon we’ll have about 1200 there ish and a 2 or 3 nil loss.
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Told you Evans didn’t want to sell
at 13:25 23 Jan 2019

Evans Out..
A Monday video
at 05:58 21 Jan 2019

at 23:03 18 Jan 2019

Yeeeee Blueeeeeeessss!

Up the towennn
I’ve just seen the news about Lambert staying on next season whatever happens
at 15:30 18 Jan 2019

Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.

If we do go down, he’s gonna bring us straight back up. I’ve decided. It’s hapoening. Sir Paul will bring the good times back to Portman road with back to back promotions and a tint at Europe in 2022.

Up the Town.
I love Paul Lambert!
at 16:29 17 Jan 2019

There - I said it.

He’s just brilliant ain’t he?

The open letter, the meetings with town fans, meetings with our club legends, the enthusiasm, his passion, everything.

We are just so so lucky to have him and if (I’ve changed from when to IF) we do go down, the best thing that Evans can do is keep Lambert for next season.
If there was another referendum:
at 19:58 15 Jan 2019

Would you vote:
- The same as before - Leave
- The same as before - Remain
- Differently - Leave
- Differently - Remain

I think I’d vote differently - To remain.

It’s frankly a shambles. And I voted leave without knowing. I should never have been trusted to vote on something the general public knows not enough about.
Get in!
at 17:03 12 Jan 2019

We couldn’t.. I mean we surely can’t? We won’t.. will we?

Believe? I might as well..
Andy Murray forced to retire
at 07:03 11 Jan 2019

Wants to finish at Wimbledon in June but reckons this could be his last tournament due to the pain.

It’s used to be relatively popular over here to dislike him (perhaps cos he’s a Scot) but in recent years that seems to have changed.

Sad to see him having to end his career prematurely.
at 14:23 10 Jan 2019

They’ve been a bit of a b***tard club for us this season.

Nicked Windasss and Pilkington from under our nose. And they took Joey Garner off us.

Though we did beat them to be fair
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