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Fleetwood Town 2 v 0 Ipswich Town
SkyBet League One
Tuesday, 16th March 2021 Kick-off 19:45
Nthsuffolkblue added 21:47 - Mar 16
Outmuscled and outfought in every department on a horrible pitch. Simply second best to a well organised and hard working side.

Buryblue78 added 21:48 - Mar 16
Utter dross once again
I'd have sent the bus driver home and made them hitchhike back for that dismal effort


nolanfanips added 21:50 - Mar 16
First real shot on 71 minutes. For every pass forward there were two back. No quality and no desire.
The players are just not good enough. Massive clear out needed.

timleatham added 21:50 - Mar 16
What a poor performance. Second to every ball / tackle, virtually no shots on goal until the last minute, could hardly put three passes together. Nobody had a good game. Totally outplayed. Utter garbage. What more can I say!!!

delias_cheesy_flaps added 22:00 - Mar 16
Call yourselves professional footballers...no passion, no quality, no defence, no goalkeeper, no attacking threat....pathetic bunch of to55er5

trncbluearmy added 22:01 - Mar 16
Sir Bob would struggle with this lot.
We seem to have a bunch of players that cannot pass, have no pace or energy, limited skill and could not give a toss

Complete clear out needed

Robert_Garrett added 22:03 - Mar 16

brushhand added 22:03 - Mar 16
started poorly, got worse and then went downhill from that. absolute garbage.
some of you should be ashamed to look in the mirror. your stealing a living.

Bert added 22:04 - Mar 16
The ref gets top vote again !

PositivelyPortman added 22:11 - Mar 16
Lacking in every department. That’s top 2 out of the window, so now we can concentrate on missing out on qualifying for the playoffs.
I reckon they’ve decided that they don’t like Cook, and want another manager brought in to try out.
One shakey/lucky step forward, 3 steps back.

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