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New Blackpool boss Lee Clark

Ipswich Town’s next opponents Blackpool appoint Lee Clark as new boss

Ipswich Town will bid to avoid the new manager bounce on Saturday after Lee Clark was appointed boss at the Blues’ next opponents Blackpool this morning.

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Ipswich Town v Huddersfield Town.
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Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy.

Web chat: Special on Mick McCarthy’s second anniversary at Ipswich Town

Mick McCarthy will celebrate two years in charge of Ipswich Town this weekend.

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Nahki Wells

Ipswich Town nemesis Nahki Wells reveals regret at turning down the Blues seven years ago

Ipswich Town’s weekend nemesis Nahki Wells has revealed how he instantly regretted turning down a chance to extend a trial period at Portman Road seven years ago, which would have probably led to him signing for the club.

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Blackpool's ex-manager Jose Riga

Ipswich Town’s next opponents Blackpool sack boss Jose Riga

Ipswich Town’s next opponents, Blackpool, last night sacked head coach Jose Riga after just four-and-a-half months in charge.

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Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy, pictured following Saturday's 2-2 home draw with Huddersfield. Photo: Sarah Lucy Brown

Ipswich Town fans should be proud of Mick McCarthy and his players, says Alex Mathie

Ipswich Town fans should be proud to have Mick McCarthy as their club’s manager.

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Richard Wilkins

Stepping down as assistant manager is a wrench for new Leiston boss Richard Wilkins

New Leiston boss Richard Wilkins admitted he was in two minds this summer when he was offered a route back into football by Steve Ball.

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Rugby See all

Brad Cook was Bury's hero in their win at Guernsey

Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club win fifth straight game to go top of the table at Guernsey

National League 3 London & SE

Guernsey 26

Bury St Edmunds 30

Bury overcame several obstacles to earn their fifth straight win away at Guernsey and go joint-top of the league, with an unlikely hero in front rower Brad Cook kicking three conversions and three penalties to grab the points.

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Ipswich Witches See all

Podium joy at the 16-lapper, left to right: Rohan Tungate (2nd), winner Rory Schlein, Morten Risager (3rd). Photo: PHIL MORLEY

Rory proves the master of Foxhall in 16-lap Classic

King’s Lynn star Rory Schlein lived up to his pre-meeting favourite tag with victory in the 16-lap Classic at Foxhall Stadium.

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