Sitting on sofas arranged in a circle in the back room of a cosy café, everyone was asked to share why they had come along. Reasons ranged from bereavement, existential pondering, professional purposes and just pure curiosity.
Part of Ipswich Town’s ‘five-point plan’ is to sign players for sensible fees and then develop them for the future. STUART WATSON looks at nine players from the lower divisions who may fit the bill this summer.
Seventeen years ago today, Ipswich Town beat Barnsley 4-2 in a thrilling Play-Off Final at the old Wembley. Marcus Stewart, the goalscoring hero of that era, believes the Blues will get back to that level again.
Seventeen years ago George Burley led the Blues to the Premier League via an enthralling 4-2 Play-Off Final victory against Barnsley at the old Wembley. The Scot insists Ipswich Town’s standards should not slip ahead of a 16th successive season in the Championship.
It was 17 years ago today that Ipswich Town beat Barnsley 4-2 in an enthralling Play-Off Final at the old Wembley to secure promotion to the Premier League. Here some key men recall tales of lost shorts and prophetic words.
Sports writer WILL RIDGARD chats to defender Steven Taylor about a shared experience – living and working in football (or should that be soccer?) across the pond in the land of the free and the home of the brave.
However much a general election appears to be a foregone conclusion, there is often a point during the campaign when the leading party has a “wobble” – when senior campaigners from the leading party worry that their lead is disappearing.