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Watch: Drawing a line under the Mick McCarthy era at Ipswich Town, discussing Steven Gerrard and introducing Jack Ross

PUBLISHED: 16:45 16 April 2018 | UPDATED: 16:45 16 April 2018

Steven Gerrard (right) has been linked with the vacant manager's job at Ipswich Town. Photo: PA

Steven Gerrard (right) has been linked with the vacant manager's job at Ipswich Town. Photo: PA

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There’s never a dull day covering Ipswich Town at the moment – here’s our latest video chat as we discuss the latest names in the frame for the vacant manager’s job at Portman Road.

Sports editor Mark Heath hosts as our Ipswich Town team of Stuart Watson and Andy Warren take your questions and give their views on the Steven Gerrard link, plus have the final say on the Mick McCarthy era.

- POLL: Who do YOU want to be the new Town boss?

The team also discuss a favourite who no-one seems to be talking about yet in Scottish up-and-comer Jack Ross and another interesting name linked to the Blues, Mark Warburton.

- MORE: Gerrard isn’t Keane, but do we need another circus in Town?

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