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“The first five mins aside, Town had little intent of winning today.” - Town Fans have their say on Ipswich Town’s 0-0 draw at home against QPR

PUBLISHED: 18:15 26 December 2017 | UPDATED: 18:27 26 December 2017

Supporters at the Ipswich Town v QPR (Sky Bet Championship) match at Portman Road, Ipswich, on 26 December 2017.    Picture: STEVE WALLER     WWW.STEPHENWALLER.CO

Supporters at the Ipswich Town v QPR (Sky Bet Championship) match at Portman Road, Ipswich, on 26 December 2017. Picture: STEVE WALLER WWW.STEPHENWALLER.CO

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Ipswich Town’s Boxing Day game with QPR at Portman Road ended in a tame 0-0 draw as the Blues had strong late penalty appeals turned down.

- Here is the selection of tweets from Town fans

The result sees the Blues remain 10th in the Championship but now five points off the top six ahead of Saturday’s home game against Derby.

Tommy Smith will be watching from afar as Ipswich Town attempt to find a new level of consistency to force their way into the Championship play-offs.

Tommy Smith leaves Ipswich Town after more than 267 appearances for the Blues over 10 years - he certainly made his mark. We’ve picked out the best pictures from his time at Portman Road.

Premier League Cup

Ipswich Town U23 0

Sheffield United 2

Ipswich Town U23s paid for failing to convert their chances as they lost 2-0 to Sheffield United in the Premier League Cup at Portman Road, writes Harry Mallett.

Ipswich Town will miss the ‘influence and experience’ of departing stalwart Tommy Smith, according to striker Martyn Waghorn.

Long-serving defender Tommy Smith admits the tears were flowing when he said goodbye to his Ipswich Town team mates having today completed his move to MLS side Colorado Rapids.

Ipswich Town remain 12th in the Championship table following Saturday’s dire 1-1 draw at lowly Bolton Wanderers.

Martyn Waghorn knows he and his team-mates must rediscover their clinical side and begin to put together winning runs if they are maintain any kind of play-off push.

Former Ipswich Town player Georges Santos joined Andy Warren for a special edition of the Kings of Anglia Podcast.

Joe Garner turned home to finish off a superb Ipswich Town move as the Blues rescued a draw at Bolton.

Town fan Karl Fuller looks back at Town’s draw at Bolton and why one of Mick McCarthy’s after-match comments was not needed

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