|Lambert: We Were Relentless in the Second Half Sat 16th Feb 2019|
Boss Paul Lambert praised his side for their “relentless” second-half display as the Blues drew 1-1 at home to Stoke City. Will Keane, watched by ex-Town manager and current Republic of Ireland boss Mick McCarthy for the second time in four days having recently switched international allegiance, nodded the equaliser in injury time after James McClean had put the visitors in front just before the break.
|Blues Face Stoke Looking to Turn Positive Performances into a Win Fri 15th Feb 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert believes the Blues can go toe-to-toe with anyone in the Championship at present and says his side go into Saturday’s game against his old club Stoke full of confidence after their performances against Norwich and Derby.
|Lambert: We Were Fantastic Wed 13th Feb 2019|
Blues boss Paul Lambert was full of praise for his side after their 1-1 home draw with Derby County from which they probably deserved more than a point.
|Ipswich Town 1-1 Derby County - Match Report Wed 13th Feb 2019|
Sub Jon Nolan’s second goal of the season saw the Blues to a 1-1 home draw with Derby County, former Town loanee Tom Lawrence having given the Rams an early lead. Lawrence netted in the second minute but the Blues were the better side throughout and deserved more than Nolan’s equaliser in the 55th minute.
|Ipswich Town 0-1 Derby County - Half-Time Wed 13th Feb 2019|
Former Blues loanee Tom Lawrence’s second-minute goal has given Derby County a 1-0 half-time lead over the Blues a Portman Road.
|Town Without Chambers and Skuse Against Derby Wed 13th Feb 2019|
Town are without skipper Luke Chambers and Cole Skuse for this evening’s home game against Derby County.
|Blues Host Derby Looking for Home Improvement Tue 12th Feb 2019|
Town host Derby County on Wednesday looking for only their third home win of the season and hoping to bounce back after Sunday’s East Anglian derby disappointment.
|Lambert: Judge Was Brilliant, Keane Had Best Game for Town Tue 12th Feb 2019|
Blues boss Paul Lambert has praised the performances of Alan Judge and Will Keane during Sunday’s local derby at Norwich City and says he’s hopeful that the former Brentford man might stay at Portman Road beyond the end of the season.
|Lambert: Game Was Won at the Top End of the Pitch Sun 10th Feb 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert felt Sunday’s East Anglian derby was won at “the top end of the pitch” with there having been little in the game, the Blues having played well. Town dominated possession for spells but rarely threatened and were defeated 3-0 by the Canaries, the club managed by Lambert between 2009 and 2012.
|Norwich City 3-0 Ipswich Town - Match Report Sun 10th Feb 2019|
Two second-half Teemu Pukki goals and Onel Hernandez’s early opener saw Norwich City beat the Blues 3-0 at Carrow Road as Town continue their long wait for a derby victory. Hernandez put the Canaries in front in the second minute of a first half which saw Blues boss Paul Lambert and Norwich head of performance Chris Domogalla red-carded after the teams and staffs clashed in the closing stages. Town were the better side for much of the second half before Pukki goals on 65 and 81 sealed the win for the top of the table Norfolk side.
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