|AFC Wimbledon 0-2 Ipswich Town - Match Report Tue 25th Jan 2022|
Wes Burns made it a Burns Night to remember for Town fans as the Welshman netted twice to see the Blues to a 2-0 victory at AFC Wimbledon and up to eighth in the table, five points from the play-offs. Burns shot across the keeper in the 61st minute after good work from Kayden Jackson and James Norwood, then added the second on 87 after sub Macauley Bonne had found him with a cross-field pass. In the dying moments, the Blues were reduced to 10 men when Kane Vincent-Young was dismissed for a second bookable offence.
|AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Ipswich Town - Half-Time Tue 25th Jan 2022|
Town’s game at AFC Wimbledon remains 0-0 at half-time.
|Bakinson Starts as Blues Make Four Changes at Wimbledon Tue 25th Jan 2022|
Tyreeq Bakinson is handed his full Town debut as Blues boss Kieran McKenna makes four changes at AFC Wimbledon.
|Performances Are Steadily Improving: Notes for AFC Wimbledon Mon 24th Jan 2022|
Having come from behind to beat a strong and direct Accrington Stanley side, Town visit AFC Wimbledon looking to make up more ground on the play-offs and TomTheWriter assesses the mood in the opposition camp.
|Town Visit Wimbledon Aiming to Build on Weekend Win Mon 24th Jan 2022|
Town visit AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday looking to build on Saturday’s 2-1 victory over Accrington Stanley.
|Burns: New Boss Has Been a Breath of Fresh Air Sun 09th Jan 2022|
Wing-back Wes Burns says new manager Kieran McKenna has been a breath of fresh air since he came into the club just over three weeks ago, leading the Blues to victories in his first two matches including yesterday’s stunning 4-0 hammering of Gillingham at the Priestfield Stadium.
|McKenna: A Really Pleasing Performance Sat 08th Jan 2022|
Manager Kieran McKenna was delighted with what he felt was a really pleasing performance as Town thrashed Gillingham 4-0 in his first away game in charge.
|Gillingham 0-4 Ipswich Town - Match Report Sat 08th Jan 2022|
First-half goals from James Norwood, Wes Burns and Macauley Bonne, and a Conor Chaplin penalty in the second saw brilliant Town to a 4-0 victory over 10-man Gillingham at the Priestfield Stadium.
|McKenna Looking Forward to Seeing Away Support as Blues Travel to Gillingham Fri 07th Jan 2022|
New Town manager Kieran McKenna is looking forward to watching his side play in front of the Blues’ away support for the first time when they take on Gillingham at the Priestfield Stadium on Saturday.
|Ipswich Town 1-0 Wycombe Wanderers - Match Report Wed 29th Dec 2021|
New manager Kieran McKenna’s first game in charge of the Blues ended in a 1-0 victory via James Norwood’s third goal in his last three games. The striker pounced to net from close range a minute before half-time with sub Conor Chaplin coming close to making it 2-0 when he hit the post in the dying seconds.
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