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‘Be careful what you wish for’ – Watch back Mick McCarthy’s press conference pre Cardiff City v Ipswich Town

PUBLISHED: 12:10 30 October 2017 | UPDATED: 13:04 30 October 2017

Mick McCarthy at Burton Albion. Photo: Pagepix

Mick McCarthy at Burton Albion. Photo: Pagepix

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Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy spoke to the press this lunchtime ahead of his side’s Championship game at Cardiff City tomorrow night.

As usual, the question and answer session was broadcast live right here.

The Blues came-from-behind to win 2-1 at struggling Burton Albion on Saturday – Martyn Waghorn netting his seventh goal of the season before substitute Bersant Celina curled home a last-gasp free-kick winner.

Town are still yet to draw this season, winning seven and losing six. They sit 10th in the table, two points off the play-off places with a game in hand on most.

Having finished 12th last season, Cardiff have enjoyed a flying start to the season under veteran boss Neil Warnock. The South Wales side are third in the table with a record of P14 W8 D4 L2.

The Bluebirds played out a goalless home draw with Millwall on Saturday to keep up their unbeaten home league record.

An Ipswich family are celebrating their fifth generation of girls – saying the birth of baby Florence Jean is ’a dream come true’.

An online GoFundMe appeal has been launched in support of an Ipswich mother of six who died following an accident on the A12 last week.

Senior leaders at the University of Essex have expressed their delight as new rankings saw it enter the Complete University Guide’s top 30 for the first time since 2010.

The Duke of Cambridge will be Prince Harry’s best man at his highly-anticipated royal wedding to Meghan Markle, Kensington Palace has confirmed.

An elderly pedestrian suffered minor injuries after being knocked down by a mobility scooter in Stowmarket.

Police are appealing for help to trace a wanted 28-year-old man with links to Stowmarket.

A Suffolk town’s former deputy mayor has proposed a vote of no confidence in the council he resigned from and which serving members have branded “broken and dysfunctional”.

An Ipswich man has been jailed for a terrifying axe attack which sparked an armed siege and left his neighbour fearing for her life.

Rail conductor/guards working on Greater Anglia trains have called a second one-day strike in early May – but the company insists passengers will not be affected.

A second person has been charged with the murder of Colchester man Martin Dines.

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