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Player Ratings for Jordan Clark

DateOppositionVScoreReportsRating
4 AugBlackburn Rovers H2 - 29 N/A
11 AugRotherham United A1 - 02 N/A
14 AugExeter City CCA1 - 13 N/A
18 AugAston Villa H1 - 110 N/A
21 AugDerby County A2 - 011 N/A
25 AugSheffield Wednesday A2 - 16 N/A

2 SepNorwich City H1 - 115 N/A
15 SepHull City A2 - 06 N/A
18 SepBrentford H1 - 17 N/A
22 SepBolton Wanderers H0 - 012 N/A
29 SepBirmingham City A2 - 21 N/A

2 OctMiddlesbrough H0 - 214 N/A
6 OctSwansea City A2 - 31 N/A
20 OctQueens Park Rangers H0 - 210 N/A
24 OctLeeds United A2 - 06 N/A
27 OctMillwall A3 - 02 N/A

3 NovPreston North End H1 - 15 N/A
10 NovReading A2 - 22 N/A
23 NovWest Bromwich Albion H1 - 26 N/A
28 NovBristol City H2 - 37 N/A

1 DecNottingham Forest A2 - 04 N/A
8 DecStoke City A2 - 01 N/A
15 DecWigan Athletic H1 - 05 N/A
22 DecSheffield United H1 - 17 N/A
26 DecQueens Park Rangers A3 - 03 N/A
29 DecMiddlesbrough A2 - 04 N/A

1 JanMillwall H2 - 311 N/A
5 JanAccrington Stanley FACA1 - 03 N/A
12 JanRotherham United H1 - 013 N/A
19 JanBlackburn Rovers A2 - 03 N/A
26 JanAston Villa A2 - 12 N/A

2 FebSheffield Wednesday H0 - 110 N/A
10 FebNorwich City A3 - 02 N/A
13 FebDerby County H1 - 14 N/A
16 FebStoke City H1 - 17 N/A
23 FebWigan Athletic A1 - 12 N/A

2 MarReading H1 - 24 N/A
9 MarWest Bromwich Albion A1 - 13 N/A
12 MarBristol City A1 - 12 N/A
16 MarNottingham Forest H1 - 10 N/A

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News Stories for Jordan Clark

Accrington Stanley 1-0 Ipswich Town - Match Report Sat 05th Jan 2019
Ipswich Town’s terrible run in the FA Cup continued as the Blues lost 1-0 on the road against Accrington Stanley at the Crown Ground.
A Little Break From League Football Will Do Us All Good - Notes for Accrington Stanley Fri 04th Jan 2019
HarryFromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday’s Emirates FA Cup third round tie at the Wham Stadium by delving into their forums.
U18s Strike Late to Claim First Win of the Season Against Birmingham Sat 16th Sep 2017
Town's U18s produced a fine second-half comeback to register their first win of the league season with a 4-3 win against Birmingham City at Playford Road on Saturday morning. After finding themselves two goals down at the break, goals from Corrie Ndaba, Albert Wilton and a brace from Thomas Hughes (pictured) secured the victory for the young Blues.
Coventry City 2-3 Town Sat 04th Feb 2012
Michael Chopra’s last gasp winner saw the Blues to a dramatic 3-2 victory over Coventry at the Ricoh Arena. Town went ahead through a deflected Jay Emmanuel-Thomas shot but allowed the home side back into the game before the break via a Sammy Clingan penalty and Gary Deegan. However, in the second half Chopra followed up Lee Martin’s penalty to equalise, then clinched all three points at the death.
Town Unchanged at Coventry Sat 04th Feb 2012
Town boss Paul Jewell has named an unchanged side for this afternoon’s game against bottom-of-the-table Coventry City at the Ricoh Arena. Keeper Alex McCarthy, back after a one-match ban, coming in for Richard Wright on the bench is the only change to the 16.
U18s Lose to Palace Sat 01st Oct 2011
Town’s U18s’ four-game unbeaten run came to an end on Saturday morning with a 5-2 defeat at the hands of Crystal Palace at a scorching Playford Road. Goals from Caolan Lavery and Jack Marriott couldn’t prevent Russell Osman’s youngsters from falling to a heavy loss against the Londoners.
Full-Backs Set to Return for Coventry Clash Fri 15th Jan 2010
Town boss Roy Keane looks set to recall full-backs David Wright and Liam Rosenior for the home game against Coventry City on Saturday afternoon. The Blues will be without the suspended Jon Stead and new goalkeeper Brian Murphy, who picked up an ankle injury in the warm-up at Leicester a week ago.
Coventry City 2-1 Town Sun 09th Aug 2009
Town’s season got off to a disappointing start with a 2-1 defeat at Coventry City. The Sky Blues went two up through Clinton Morrison’s first half goals, prior to Jon Walters pulling a goal back, but despite putting the home side under pressure, the equaliser wouldn’t come.
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