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‘Be careful what you wish for’ – Watch back Mick McCarthy’s press conference pre Cardiff City v Ipswich Town

PUBLISHED: 12:10 30 October 2017 | UPDATED: 13:04 30 October 2017

Mick McCarthy at Burton Albion. Photo: Pagepix

Mick McCarthy at Burton Albion. Photo: Pagepix

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Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy spoke to the press this lunchtime ahead of his side’s Championship game at Cardiff City tomorrow night.

As usual, the question and answer session was broadcast live right here.

The Blues came-from-behind to win 2-1 at struggling Burton Albion on Saturday – Martyn Waghorn netting his seventh goal of the season before substitute Bersant Celina curled home a last-gasp free-kick winner.

Town are still yet to draw this season, winning seven and losing six. They sit 10th in the table, two points off the play-off places with a game in hand on most.

Having finished 12th last season, Cardiff have enjoyed a flying start to the season under veteran boss Neil Warnock. The South Wales side are third in the table with a record of P14 W8 D4 L2.

The Bluebirds played out a goalless home draw with Millwall on Saturday to keep up their unbeaten home league record.

Police are appealing for information after two incidents of violence in Colchester which they believe are linked.

The A12 has been named the most dangerous A-road in our region, according to data obtained on the number of crashes and casualties on our busiest roads.

It’s been a busy week across Suffolk and north Essex, here’s your catch-up guide to five things we learned this week.

If you heard the bang and fizz of fireworks but didn’t see them you probably missed the first day of the Ipswich Maritime Festival.

An Ipswich special school which was handed an ‘inadequate’ Ofsted rating in May for a series of safety and standards concerns is set to become an academy.

There are two planned roadworks set for the coming week with one major operation currently active and due to expand and continue until Wednesday, August 22.

Yesterday East Anglia enjoyed bright and sunny spells but it looks like there could be a build-up of clouds later today.

Suffolk Constabulary chief constable Gareth Wilson writes about assaults on officers, how the force is improving its handling of non-emergency calls and the bravery of police dogs.

A man was arrested on suspicion of drug driving after his vehicle was stopped due to way it was being driving.

Members of the public are being advised not to approach a Hollesley Bay prisoner, who has absconded.

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