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Kings of Anglia Issue 7 Magazine Offer With Jimmy Bullard and Tristan Nydam

Kings of Anglia podcast: Waghorn’s scoring streak, Bart’s stunning saves and a homegrown star’s new book

PUBLISHED: 22:00 03 December 2017

Martyn Waghorn celebrates with Ipswich Town fans after putting the Blues 3-2 up against Nottingham Forest. Photo: Steve Waller

Martyn Waghorn celebrates with Ipswich Town fans after putting the Blues 3-2 up against Nottingham Forest. Photo: Steve Waller

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Episode three: Andy Warren and Stuart Watson break down the Blues’ victory over Forest, hear from Martyn Waghorn and discuss video game celebrations.

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It’s episode three 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’ 4-2 victory over Nottingham Forest, Martyn Waghorn’s goal celebrations, Dominic Iorfa’s redemption and Bialkowski’s latest highlights reel.

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

YOU CAN BUY EDITION FIVE OF THE KINGS OF ANGLIA MAGAZINE RIGHT HERE

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