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Quiz: Can you name all 78 of Mick McCarthy’s signings as Ipswich Town manager?

PUBLISHED: 17:36 19 June 2017 | UPDATED: 16:04 01 December 2017

This is the 10th transfer window that Mick McCarthy has wheeled and dealed in as Ipswich Town boss, but how many of his 78 signings can you name?

With Rangers striker Joe Garner and Manchester City winger Bersant Celina set to arrive at Portman Road ahead of the 2017/18 campaign, we’ve put together a comprehensive list of all the players McCarthy has landed since his arrival in November 2012.

You’ve got 20 minutes to name as many permanent additions and loanees as possible – just the surname will do. And remember, some of them never actually played for the first team.

Let us know how you did and challenge fellow Blues fans to beat you!

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