Must not overreact. We were not up to usual standard today. Cambridge played well. Did exactly what they had to do and played some good football of their own at points. A reminder this league is tough!
I think it might be no bad thing that McKenna sees any weakness we might have before summer. Expect he will be very calm and rational in analysis.
Feels like we missed Jackson's pace today. Low block hard to beat without movement and we felt very static.
I like Nors but he's not the right fit for way we now play.
"Ipswich fans. They sang without being abusive, they encouraged their team and they were (as far as I could tell outside the ground) civilised and happy. I watched several cars turn up with Ipswich fans, many were family groups with young children and it was exactly what supporting your team should be"
"After the hassle with Bolton, how good were their fans? Plenty of noise and no bother."
Very disappointing of course but I thought again that you can see exactly what McKenna is doing with us. We look good in possession and we're playing a good brand of football. Just not quite making it count with final ball.
It will take time but I think he's improving us and I like how calm he is. There's no need to overreact to today. People saying things like the new signing from Bristol City is useless - I just do not understand it! Think he looked good at Wimbledon and tried to do right things today.
Wish Woolfy has scored with his little run into box at end
Would have been great to have made it 3 from 3 and closed the gap to the top 6 but still saw lots of positives.
We started like at Gillingham and were excellent for first 20 or so. Enjoy watching technically able players interchanging and moving it intelligently. Aluko is becoming my favourite player. So good with ball at feet. Bolton looked unable to deal with us. Then suddenly we seemed to lose our way. Still not quite sure why, but we had less time and we started to get a bit nervy and panicky. We got quite bunched in the middle and Morsy and Evans started to lose control.
I was interested to see how KMac would respond. I quite like how undemonstrative he is on the touchline. He just watched the game and analyses. He did his work at halftime well. Second half we got back on top and we were controlling the game. Bolton started to tire In thought and look a bit ragged. We just couldn't quite turn it into a goal. I actually liked how we were patient and made an effort to slow it down and keep the ball. I know people moan about sideways football but there is a time to control the game too and wait and it looked as if a goal was coming. Then they score twice from errors and game turns.
Kmac comments fair I think. I think he's made a great impact and today, although disappointing, still showed that.
Which is great news for us. I love how in both games now when he goes on the pitch at the end he's straight into earnest conversations with players about details from the game. Like he can't help himself!
We were excellent today. His calm demeanour seems to gave had an effect on team. Sorted the balance between Evans and Morsy.