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GALLERY: Ipswich Town 4 Middlesbrough 0

11:26 04 February 2013

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Ipswich Town v Middlesborough 
Aaron Mclean.

NPower Championship Ipswich Town v Middlesborough Aaron Mclean.

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Ipswich v Middlesbrough: Ipswich Town romped to a 4-0 victory over Middlesbrough, at Portman Road, on Saturday.

Defender, Tommy Smith bagged a brace while there were first goals in Ipswich Town colours for Aaron Mclean and David McGoldrick.

Archant photographer Sarah Lucy Brown was at Portman Road to capture the best of the action.

2 comments

  • Was enjoying looking through the pictures till one came up with those dreadful and unwanted drums in the background. How about a poll on them?

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    JOHN BURLS

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • Blimey John it's a football stadium not a morgue. We need something to try and intimidate the visitors. 90% of the fans don'y seem to bother and never have since I started going over 20 years ago.

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    redhotitfc

    Monday, February 4, 2013

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