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|My son asked me last night|
at 12:52 12 Feb 2020
"dad, who are Ipswich playing tonight?"
"AFC Wimbledon", I answered.
And I had to stop and think. Jeez, how bad is that?! In my own lifetime, we've rubbed shoulders with European giants and humbled English champions. Now I genuinely have to consider if we're better than a team who were formed less than 20 years ago and held trials on a Common.
|Junior Blues free tickets|
at 13:57 10 Feb 2020
I'm looking at redeeming the free tickets my boy got with his membership, does anyone know how specific you can be with the seat requests?
Says you can ask for specific stands, but he loves sitting RIGHT at the front - are they likely to be able to give us that?
Have phoned the ticket office and they haven't really been that helpful on this front...
|Fans, not criminals|
at 20:18 3 Feb 2020
Wow, what a collective of wet lettuces and room temperature IQs...
I've been following Town for 20+ years, been home and away and only had any grief once, and that was from the plod at Carrow Road when they tried to herd us all onto trains back to Ipswich, and I'd driven.
Keep your nose clean, don't be a melt and I find stewards are quite happy to leave you alone.
at 20:33 1 Jan 2020
Absolute embarrassment. Almost certainly their biggest gate of the season and didn't hear a peep from them all afternoon.
|Thoughts from Wycombe |
at 19:15 1 Jan 2020
Let's get a few bits straight.
Norris - bad mistake, gather it looked worse on TV. Going some, as it looked awful in the flesh. Holy needs to come in now.
Edwards - got forward well and tested their fullback. Not defensively minded by nature and got away with losing his man for their glaring miss early on.
Chambo - got caught wrong side early on for their big chance. Performed reasonably thereafter.
Wolfie - did OK.
Wilson - look up "professional foul" and their ought to be a video of his booking. Took one for the team there. Did OK.
Garbutt - is not a left back. Is not a left wing back. Must play out and out left wing. Was effectively neutralised playing so deep.
Huws - clearly has ability, but needs a run of games now. Showed his class in flashes.
Judge - the attacking version of Skuse? Anonymous for 80 minutes, turned up in fleeting moments. Should have scored.
Downes - absolutely everywhere. The pick of the midfield. Looks up for a battle. Looks up for a fight, and not particularly choosy about who to have thst fight with. Needs to have a team built around him.
Jackson - never stopped running. Shefki-esque. Couple of nice touches but needs to add composure.
Norwood - remember that snarling, sh!thousing pain in the whatsit we had in the first few months? Well, he was back after half time today. Before half time, my 6 year old could've marked him out of the game. Took his goal well. I know it was from 3 inches, but you've got to be in the right position to finish those.
Wycombe were alright, but came to defend a point.
Tinpot fireworks were rightly given grief as was the yank doing the speech on the pitch at full time.
at 16:49 31 Dec 2019
Are we expecting a decent turn out tomorrow then?
|Just home from the match|
at 20:55 23 Nov 2019
* Enjoy having Wolfie while we've got him. Sadly, he's far too good for us. Composed at the back, deft trickery and read the game like a book. Sublime.
* KaiKai dived. Clear as day. Stevie wonder could see it, it was so blatant.
* Danny Rowe looked useful, but had a frustrating lack of end product.
* Nolan had spells where he looked outstanding and spells I had to check he hadn't been subbed and I had missed it.
* Donacian had clearly been replaced by a player who looked like him, but with some decent talent. Large improvement from last I saw him. He's not KVY though...
* Jackson tried and tried and tried, but he needs someone with him, otherwise he gets smothered, as he did today. Never stopped running though.
* Feels like a point dropped, but Blackpool were no mugs.
* Given there were only 500 of them, their fans were an impressively noisy bunch!
|First Time Fans package|
at 16:55 4 Nov 2019
Looking at taking junior ITFC_bucks to his first home game at PR - has anyone done the First Time Fans thing with their little'uns?
Any thoughts on it at all?
|It really is a sign of how mismanaged we've been|
at 07:45 27 Oct 2019
That we've had Aaron Cresswell and now Tyrone Mings leave us and find their way to the England squad, Adam Webster being hyped up as the next one to make that leap, Didz go and play well and regularly in the prem, Connor Hourihane do the same.
Genuinely seething at the sheer scale of the talent squandered at PR over the past 10 years or so. I really hope we've stopped the rot now, as I can easily see Flynn and Woolfy being at that level in the next few years, whether with us or not.
|Thoughts from today|
at 14:38 20 Oct 2019
Wilson needs his new contract sorted. Toto was a mile away from "it".
Dozzell needs some time out on loan. Needs to play every week, just not for us yet.
Jackson cannot act as a lone striker.
KVY can't came back quick enough.
Gwion is not a wing back.
Judge's head appears to have gone.
Did I miss much?
|Lambo's best 11|
at 10:59 6 Oct 2019
Pretty sure we saw it today, we went away from home, against a top level contender for the league title and relatively comfortably put them away. Not a lot to not be happy with there.
A few players coming back from injury, some reinforcements in the summer and then we see how much momentum we can take to the Championship.
|Wycome boss Ainsworth to Lincoln|
at 12:24 16 Sep 2019
Well, that weakens and unsettles another top-end team in the league.
The stars would seem to be aligning for us at the moment...
at 11:37 13 Sep 2019
Just wondering - at what point do we get the deckchairs out and enjoy our coast back into the Championship?
|Current Brexit polling|
at 08:18 10 Sep 2019
So it seems that remain actually has a clear, if small, margin over leave now and its been consistent for quite some time now.
How on earth can it be undemocratic to have a final say on the deal/no deal vs remain?
There simply cannot be any argument against it now, can there? Nobody can claim they knew *how* Brexit would be enacted and the likely consequences. Now we know and should be allowed to have a say on that.
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