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Ipswich Town Insights – The BIG Blues podcast (Episode 6)

Mick McCarthy urges his players on at Loftus RoadPicture Pagepix

Mick McCarthy urges his players on at Loftus RoadPicture Pagepix

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Ipswich Town will spend this week preparing for the visit of Championship strugglers, Bolton Wanderers, on Saturday.

After the weekend’s results, which saw Town slip to fourth after a 2-1 defeat at QPR, Bolton sat at the foot of the table, courtesy of a 3-0 home defeat to Middlesbrough.

One of a few positives to come out of Ipswich’s game at Loftus Road, was the late cameo from Bersant Celina, and surely now, is the time for him to start a game for the Blues.

Celina, fellow summer signing Tom Adeyemi and Town’s inability to sign a centre-back before the transfer window closed, are just three of the issues discussed in this week’s podcast, presented by Chris Brammer who, as always, is joined by Archant Chief Football Writer, Stuart Watson.

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.

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.

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.

David Kindred takes a look at a previous Ipswich school, Martin Newbys in Fore Street, and Fisons works at Cliff Quay. Does this article bring back memories for you?

A long-running feud between a Suffolk council and residents’ group has reignited over claims of a “secretive” meeting and concerns over a £500,000 cemetery extension.

They claim the new attraction will blight their homes – and say they were not told about the plans when they bought the properties.

If a driver had been caught on a mobile phone while driving, it would be bad enough.

A man in his 20s has died and another person is in a life-threatening condition after a three vehicle crash on the A120 between Marks Tey and Coggeshall.

Police are appealing for help tracing a 32-year-old man from the Ipswich area.

CCTV images have been released after medicines and cosmetics were stolen during a burglary at Lloyds Pharmacy in Ipswich.

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