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|Blog ||Demolition Man|
at 15:35 16 Apr 2021
Paul Cook isn’t a man to mince words. Even though we are all sick of the continuing spiral of underachievement at Town, it was nevertheless still a bit of a shock to hear him lay into the 18 that capitulated to Wimbledon in what he described before kick-off as a season defining match.
|Blog ||Here We Go|
at 14:09 8 Apr 2021
For a club recently described as Britain’s unhappiest, it may seem odd that Town fans are suddenly awash with optimism now that the deal is done.
|Blog ||2019/20 - Grating Expectations|
at 12:03 2 Jan 2020
A lot of comments at the moment would suggest that we are in the midst of a(nother) crisis. Whilst the league table doesn’t reflect that, the perception is likely more based on our own expectations of where we’d be at this stage.
|Blog ||A Tale Of Two Clubs|
at 12:31 1 Feb 2017
I have supported Ipswich Town for over 40 years. I’ve never lived locally and so have never had a round trip of less than 160 miles. Even home games therefore haven’t been exactly an obvious or easy choice. For some seasons (including when living in Brighton) I’ve been a season ticket holder but throughout I’ve been a pretty regular supporter home and away.
|Blog ||A Results-Driven Business|
at 13:53 28 Oct 2012
After Paul Jewells's departure, our chief exec was quick to praise his workrate, dedication and desire -not that any of us doubted these. Mr Clegg however emphasised that football is a results-driven business. Indeed it is.
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