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Twitter Moments: Fans have their say on Ipswich Town’s 3-1 defeat to Bristol City today at Portman Road

PUBLISHED: 18:00 30 September 2017 | UPDATED: 18:00 30 September 2017

Referee Simon Hooper speaks with Joe Garner and Aden Flint.    Picture: STEVE WALLER     WWW.STEPHENWALLER.COM

Referee Simon Hooper speaks with Joe Garner and Aden Flint. Picture: STEVE WALLER WWW.STEPHENWALLER.COM

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Ipswich Town fall to a 3-1 defeat at home to Bristol City to stratch the visitors unbeaten run to 11 matches with their first win at Portman Road in 39 years.

Bristol City goals came from Josh Brownhill, Famara Diedhiou and Bobby Reid which saw the blues to their fourth defeat of the season in the Championship.

Martyn Waghorn scored just before half-time when he slammed in Jonas Knudsen’s cross for his sixth league goal of the season.

Here is a selection of tweets from Town fans.

Ipswich Town U18 Academy boss Alan Lee is hoping his young charges can keep up the proud Blues tradition of success in youth football, with victory against Dagenham & Redbridge in the FA Youth Cup Fourth Round tonight, at Portman Road, 7pm ko.

Ipswich Town U23 3


Ben Morris hit a brace and Aaron Drinan opened his account in a blue shirt as an experienced Ipswich Town under 23 side eased past QPR 3-0 at Playford Road today, writes Kieren Standley.

FA Women’s Premier League

South East Division One

Ipswich Town 9

Haringey Borough 0

Ipswich Town Ladies bounced back from last Sunday’s disappointing FA Cup exit to Charlton with an emphatic 9-0 trouncing of bottom of the league Haringey Borough at the Goldstar Ground in Felixstowe, writes Kieren Standley.

Leeds United boss Thomas Christiansen is set to appeal the red card given to Eunan O’Kane following his altercation with Jonas Knudsen.

Episode Six: Stuart Watson and Andy Warren are back for another episode of the Kings of Anglia podcast to discuss the win over Leeds, Portman Road atmosphere and the latest transfer news.

Bersant Celina revealed just how much the adulation of the Ipswich Town fans means to him after his latest match-winning effort.

It’s that kind of season. Just when everything seems to be miserable, and the fans’ anger is mounting, along comes a victory to lighten the mood. At least temporarily, writes Northstander Terry Hunt.

Saturday was a much-needed day for Town fans, writes Karl Fuller.

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy and former Blues boss Roy Keane could be in direct competition for the Republic of Ireland job if Martin O’Neill is lured to Stoke City, according to the Irish Sun.

And so the heat is once again turned down on the bubbling pot of discontent.

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