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Ipswich Town weekly webchat held at 1pm today

11:12 14 January 2013

Ipswich Town

Ipswich Town

Archant

HALFWAY through the January transfer window and Mick McCatrhy’s early plans for Ipswich Town are taking shape.

David McGoldrick, Aaron Mclean and Frank Nouble have signed to boost the Blues’ attacking threat while Patrick Kisnorbo’s one-month loan deal has strengthened defensive options – for the short-term at least.

But with McCarthy targeting Nottingham Forest keeper Lee Camp and Colchester United midfielder Anthony Wordsworth, while not giving up on DJ Campbell among others, it promises to remain a busy month at Portman Road.

Join our Ipswich Town writers, Stuart Watson and Dave Gooderham, from 1pm on this website to discuss transfer targets, Town’s impressive form and much, much more.

3 comments

  • Your lucky Pete I have never managed to find it at all. Pity they do not pay as much attention to the site as they do to the most irritating advertising we have to endure to be able to view the content such as it is.

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    John W

    Monday, January 14, 2013

  • It's ten past one and there's a box saying "click here to join the LIVE webchat". So you click on it and it takes you to last week's closed webchat. Genius as ever from archant

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    Pete James

    Monday, January 14, 2013

  • ditto could not find site either?

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    david peters

    Tuesday, January 15, 2013

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