|Lambert: A Lot Better Than at Preston Mon 22nd Apr 2019|
Blues boss Paul Lambert felt his team’s performance as they were beaten 1-0 at home by Swansea was “a lot, lot better” than the display as they were defeated 4-0 at Preston North End on Good Friday.
|Ipswich Town 0-1 Swansea City - Match Report Mon 22nd Apr 2019|
Wayne Routledge’s 57th-minute goal saw Swansea City to a 1-0 victory over the Blues at Portman Road, ending a run of seven successive defeats on the road. Routledge followed-up after Town keeper Dean Gerken had pushed a Daniel James strike on to the post.
|Ipswich Town 0-0 Swansea City - Half-Time Mon 22nd Apr 2019|
Town’s home game against Swansea City remains 0-0 at half-time.
|Seven Changes for Blues Against Swansea Mon 22nd Apr 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert has made seven changes to his team for today’s game against Swansea City with Will Keane, Dean Gerken, Trevoh Chalobah, Gwion Edwards, Andre Dozzell, Callum Elder and James Bree all in the XI.
|Lambert Looking for Blues to Bounce Back Against Swans Mon 22nd Apr 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert insists there’ll be no repeat of Good Friday’s lacklustre performance at Preston when the Blues take on Swansea City at Portman Road this afternoon looking for their first ever league double over the Welshmen.
|Motivating Players No Problem for Lambert as Blues Visit Preston Thu 18th Apr 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert doesn’t expect to have any problem lifting and motivating his players for their final four games of the season, starting at Preston North End on Good Friday, despite relegation to League One having been confirmed last weekend.
|Chambers: Fans Have Been Tremendous Thu 18th Apr 2019|
Luke Chambers looked back at the amazing scenes at Portman Road last Saturday and despite the fact that Town are heading for League One he claimed the reaction from supporters was better than last season when they finished a comfortable 12th in the Championship.
|Skuse: Horrible, Horrible Day Mon 15th Apr 2019|
Midfielder Cole Skuse says Saturday was a “horrible, horrible day”, the Blues’ relegation to League One having finally been confirmed by the 1-1 draw with Birmingham City at Portman Road.
|Owner Evans Apologises to Fans Sun 14th Apr 2019|
Town owner Marcus Evans has apologised to Town fans in the wake of the Blues' relegation to League One and has outlined the plans for the future in a personal letter that will go out with season ticket renewals later this week, which has been published in part on the club website today.
|Ipswich Town 1-1 Birmingham City - Match Report Sat 13th Apr 2019|
Town’s relegation to the third tier for first time in 62 years was confirmed after a 1-1 draw with Birmingham City at Portman Road. The visitors took the lead in the seventh minute via Lukas Jutkiewicz before Gwion Edwards netted the equaliser a minute after the restart. The Blues had the better of a second half in which Alan Judge hit the post but were unable to find the winner which would have put off a relegation which has seemed inevitable for some months for a further week.
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