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About thefullerflavour

I am passionate about writing and Ipswich Town Football Club. So here, I combine the two!

A Christmas miracle as Town score three….

Hallelujah!  Town win away, score three and even Jonny Williams got a rare start.  Christmas came early for Town fans at Wigan and let’s hope the festive cheer extends beyond Boxing Day and we finally see back-to-back wins with a … Continue reading

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Enough is enough now….

One point from two more games in the past few days…..and enough really is enough now. The long-suffering Ipswich Town fans that have had the heart and soul ripped out of their club deserve better.  We need to hear from … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day it would seem….

Just as we had the defeat against Nottingham Forest to follow a win at Sheffield Wednesday, we had Saturday’s lacklustre defeat at Bristol City to follow victory over QPR.  Will we see back-to-back wins all season?  Not much more to … Continue reading

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Much better from Town….

Saturday’s victory over QPR was much better for the Portman Road faithful to witness.  Never mind the three goals and the clean sheet, just the amount to applaud overall made the road a much better place to be in general for … Continue reading

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Struggling to win? Can’t keep a clean sheet? Then let us help you out!

It’s a few days since the Forest game and I’m still angry at what was dished up.  As the current trend of Saturday home games sees us somehow being worse than the last (just when you think things cannot get … Continue reading

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Berra adds to list of England v Scotland Blues…

Last Friday night saw Christophe Berra become the 10th Ipswich player to play in an England v Scotland game.  How many can you name? This week’s Fuller Flavour column looks back at the games, appearances and goals from those Town … Continue reading

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Wednesday was good, but other days ahead need to improve too…

A great win at Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday and let’s sincerely hope that it is the start of better things to come from Town.  This week’s column looks back at the weekend but with caution that this one result does … Continue reading

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