|Lambert: We Didn't Do Enough After Penalty Sat 19th Jan 2019|
Boss Paul Lambert didn’t feel his team did enough after Blackburn had gone in front via Danny Graham’s 65th minute penalty as his side were beaten 2-0 at Ewood Park. Rovers subsequently sealed the game via sub Joe Nuttall nine minutes later.
|Blackburn Rovers 2-0 Ipswich Town - Match Report Sat 19th Jan 2019|
Second-half goals from Danny Graham, from the penalty spot, and sub Joe Nuttall saw Blackburn to a 2-0 victory over the Blues at Ewood Park. Callum Elder felled Adam Armstrong for the spot-kick converted by Graham on 65, then Nuttall added the second nine minutes later with his first touch seconds after coming on.
|Lambert Keen to Keep Chambers and Bishop at Town Thu 17th Jan 2019|
Blues boss Paul Lambert expects skipper Luke Chambers to be rewarded with a new Town deal and says the club should also be looking at new terms for midfielder Teddy Bishop.
|Bishop Targeting New Town Deal Tue 15th Jan 2019|
Town midfielder Teddy Bishop is aiming to win a new Blues contract during the second half of the season.
|Lambert: Rotherham Will Face Different Town Side Fri 11th Jan 2019|
Boss Paul Lambert says Rotherham will be facing a different Town team in Saturday’s crucial bottom-of-the-table clash at Portman Road, most notably in terms of their physicality.
|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.
|Elder Makes Debut and Keane on Bench as Town Make Seven Changes at Accrington Sat 05th Jan 2019|
Callum Elder makes his Town debut as manager Paul Lambert makes seven changes to the Blues side for this afternoon’s FA Cup third round tie away against League One Accrington Stanley. Town’s other new signing Will Keane is among the subs.
|Lambert Out to End Town's Woeful FA Cup Record at Accrington Stanley Fri 04th Jan 2019|
Town go into Saturday’s FA Cup third round tie at Accrington Stanley looking to end their nine-year wait for a victory in the competition they won for the only time in 1978.
|Ipswich Town 2-3 Millwall - Match Report Tue 01st Jan 2019|
Town have a mountain to climb in 2019 if they are to avoid relegation to the third tier for the first time in 62 years with the gap to safety now 10 points following a 3-2 New Year's Day defeat to Millwall at Portman Road. Jack Lankester’s first senior goal had given the Blues a deserved 1-0 lead and Town might have been further ahead at the break, but in the second half a Shane Ferguson penalty and goals from Jake Cooper and Tom Elliott put the Lions 3-1 up before Kayden Jackson’s fourth of the season gave the Blues late hope of claiming a draw.
|Ipswich Town 1-0 Millwall - Half-Time Tue 01st Jan 2019|
Jack Lankester’s first senior goal has given the Blues a 1-0 half-time lead over Millwall at Portman Road.
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