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Twitter Moments: Fans have say on Ipswich Town’s 2-1 defeat at QPR

David McGoldrick tries to sell a first half dummy to QPR defender Alex Baptiste Picture Pagepix

David McGoldrick tries to sell a first half dummy to QPR defender Alex Baptiste Picture Pagepix

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Ipswich Town launched a late fightback but came out second-best in Saturday afternoon’s 2-1 defeat at QPR.

Substitute Bersant Celina scored a stunning late goal to set up a grandstand finish after Jamie Mackie and Luke Freeman had scored either side of half-time to put Rangers two-goals up.

Town new-boy Callum Connolly then saw a late goalbound shot, from Celina’s cross, blocked as the hosts recorded their third win out of three at Loftus Road this season.

For Town, it was their second successive league defeat after four wins to start the season.

Read what the Blues fans had to say about the defeat in west London here.

Bartosz Bialkowski and Ipswich Town still have ‘a couple of things to sort’ before the Polish goalkeeper signs his new contract with the club.

Mick McCarthy shouted ‘f*** off’ in the direction of – but, he insists, not at – Ipswich Town fans after his side took the lead at Norwich on Sunday. Today the Blues boss, who has faced plenty of toxic chants over the last 12 months, was quizzed on the incident ahead of tomorrow’s home game against Cardiff.

Mick McCarthy has no new injury worries for tomorrow night’s visit of Cardiff City but admits he could make changes to his side as he prepares for the second of three games in just seven days.

A Suffolk girl who braved the North Sea for the hospice that cared for her great-grandmother has been named Ipswich Town FC’s “Community Champion”.

Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock is anticipating another eventful evening when he brings his side to Portman Road tomorrow night.

Ipswich Town welcome a Cardiff side sitting second in the Championship to Portman Road.

Winning games of football is the best way to heal a damaged relationship between touchline and terrace, former Blues boss George Burley insists.

Suffolk Women’s FA Cup quarter-final

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Ipswich Town Ladies continued their attempt to defend the Suffolk Women’s FA Cup for the fourth successive year with a comfortable 7-1 victory over a spirited Bungay Town Ladies’ at Skyliner Sports Centre in Bury St Edmunds, writes Kieren Standley.

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy has apologised for any offence he caused while celebrating Luke Chambers’ goal at Norwich on Sunday, but has reiterated he did not aim his comments at the Blues fans.

Match highlights from Ipswich Town’s dramatic 1-1 draw with rivals Norwich in the East Anglian derby.

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