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|North Ipswich peeps|
at 11:38 15 Nov 2017
Was driving up Henley Road and it looks like they are building a dual carriageway in a field, which runs from Claydon and goes through Grundisburgh, anyone know what exactly is going on there?
|The current Tory disaster|
at 09:00 10 Nov 2017
Given that we can all agree that the Tories are in turmoil, a real snake pit of a party with various MP's jostling for positions to suit their own agenda, how the hell are the still polling 40% according to YouGov?
A YouGov poll for The Times found 34 per cent of voters say Mrs May is their preferred choice for prime minister, up one point since a month ago, with 31 per cent choosing Jeremy Corbyn, down 2 points, and 35 per cent saying they are not sure.
If Corbyn can't command a huge lead whilst the Tories are at war then he has no chance.
|Anyway, back to ITFC|
at 16:55 9 Nov 2017
Great news that Morris has signed for a further 2 years.
|The tweets down the side of this forum|
at 11:53 9 Nov 2017
I thought we weren't allowed to swear...
Luke Woolfenden Retweeted
Ross Meldrum @Ross_Meldrum
If you eat while you sh1t, will you just sh1t forever?
|Who do the fans want|
at 09:07 2 Nov 2017
I'm trying to ascertain from the varying opinions on here of what we actually want our club to be doing.
Do we want PL and nothing else? it's the golden goose, despite the fact that without significant investment if we were to go up we would still get smashed every week and probably go back down.
Is is just simply some enjoyment on a Saturday afternoon, with reasonable prices, regardless of division?
Some seem to think relegation would be fun, or more enjoyable than the monotony of treading water in this division
For me, I think we have to be realistic where we sit in the football spectrum. We are not a big club, we don't have huge resource, but it shouldn't stop us from having a go. The most enjoyable time for me was the late 90's when we were in the play off's season after season, and as much as we fell short a few times, it still made it exciting and gave us something to hang onto for the following season, and that was what made supporting a the club the most important thing.
If we can replicate those times to a certain degree again, with some positive football, I'll be happy, but then I'm quite a simpleton and don't want for much.
at 09:02 23 Oct 2017
As much as I think he is an odious toad, he feels he has taken Newcastle as far as he can, be that forced upon him or by the fact that he isn't willing to invest the necessary sums needed for them to compete, which makes me ask the question of our owner, he clearly is just tredding water, why doesn't he just sell up?
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