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Kings of Anglia Issue 8 Magazine Offer

Find out what was said on our latest Ipswich Town Facebook Live video

PUBLISHED: 12:51 28 July 2017

Ipswich Town Open Day. Fun activities for all the family as well as first-team signing session. Pictured is Tommy Smith. Picture: GREGG BROWN

Ipswich Town Open Day. Fun activities for all the family as well as first-team signing session. Pictured is Tommy Smith. Picture: GREGG BROWN

With Ipswich Town’s Championship season just over a week away from kicking-off, excitement is building at Portman Road – the buzz at Thursday’s open day spreading a new wave of optimism amongst supporters.

Six new signings have been brought in to date, with Joe Garner, Bersant Celina, Emyr Huws and Tom Adeyemi expected to add a new attacking energy to proceedings and Dominic Iorfa and Jordan Spence bolstering Town’s defensive options, as well as being expected to create chances from out wide.

With the hunt for a striker still in full flow, Chief Football Writer Stuart Watson joined sports writer Chris Brammer for a Facebook Live chat earlier this lunchtime.

The duo looked ahead to tomorrow’s final friendly of the summer at Charlton, reflected on the success of the open day and discussed whether Mick McCarthy can finally pin down that elusive replacement for Daryl Murphy.

Ipswich Town fans saluted club legend Kevin Beattie with a minute’s applause at tonight’s match against Brentford.

Hundreds of knives have been taken off the streets of Ipswich in the shadow of a series of stabbings.

Ipswich’s railway station has been named the best large station in the country at the National Rail Awards.

A shoplifter who told a security officer and two other members of staff at a Suffolk store that she had AIDS after biting them has been jailed for 21 months.

A woman was left trapped following a collision with another car and an electricity pole in Sudbury.

A new supermarket chain is set to join Ransomes Europark in Ipswich, as a unit empty for seven years is finally getting a new lease of life.

The family of Ipswich Town legend Kevin Beattie have today thanked friends and fans for their outpouring of ‘amazing love and support’ since his sudden death.

Suffolk is being warned to expect high winds and a significant dip in temperatures as we near the weekend, marking the start of the real autumnal weather.

A mother has spoken of the torment caused by trespassers who snuck onto her property, moved security lights and lurked in the dead of night.

Tributes have been paid to Ipswich sports shop owner Malcolm Marriott, who has died after a lifetime of running shops in the heart of the town centre.

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