Monthly Archives: January 2014

Trotters in Town tomorrow – Not Del & Rodney, but Bolton and Liam…

There will not be many better weeks this season on the pitch for ITFC.  A great win over play-off rivals Reading last Saturday was followed up with a draw at Leeds on Tuesday night.  Yes Leeds are struggling, yes they’ve … Continue reading

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Lions Defeat Hardly A Shock….

It was hardly a surprise to see us lose at Millwall last week.  New Manager syndrome struck Town once more as for the second season in row, Ian Holloway’s first home game in charge of a London club saw us slip … Continue reading

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Baker & Burns – Tale of Two Keepers

For this week’s column, I had the privilege of interviewing former Town Goalkeeper Clive Baker (pictured) whilst I also recalled the playing days of Mick Burns who played for both Ipswich and Preston as a connection of both clubs prior … Continue reading

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Why Ipswich Town SHOULD be considered as play-off candidates…

Last Saturday’s game against Preston was hardly the most entertaining affair you’ll ever see at Portman Road and the visitors were well worthy of their replay chance, a game in all honesty we could do without.  I thought that we … Continue reading

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Legend of Darts Night with Painter and Deller!

The ITFC Aademy fundraising ‘Legend of Darts’ night is now just around the corner as Town fans and pro Darts players Kevin Painter and Keith Deller join forces for a night of exhibition Darts supplemented with an auction, raffle of … Continue reading

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A great end to 2013…..

2013 ended with Town in a great top-six place and well set for a good second-half of the season.  January looks a tough month looking at our forthcoming fixtures but having not lost away from home since 22 September 2013 … Continue reading

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