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Kings of Anglia podcast: Sunderland win, Sears’ future, Carayol’s arrival and Downes’ debut

PUBLISHED: 11:36 06 February 2018 | UPDATED: 11:36 06 February 2018

Kings of Anglia Episode Eight discusses Ipswich Town's victory at Sunderland

Kings of Anglia Episode Eight discusses Ipswich Town's victory at Sunderland

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Episode eight: Stuart Watson and Andy Warren discuss the latest goings on at Ipswich Town Football Club.

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It’s episode eight of the new Kings of Anglia podcast, where we discuss everything Ipswich Town, life on the road covering the Blues and hear from the big names at Portman Road.

This week we discuss the Blues’ win at Sunderland, the impact of Freddie Sears’, signing Carayol and look ahead to Burton.

We also put forward our latest candidates for football’s Room 101... and you can get involved too by voting on our Twitter account.

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