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Popular former Ipswich Town boss Joe Royle has revealed he would return to football if the right offer came along.

Ipswich Town legend Matt Holland fears a lot of clubs will be devastated financially by the coronavirus pandemic - and says that, without owner Marcus Evans, the Blues could have been facing administration.

Ipswich Town transfer target Charlie Wyke won’t be going anywhere this summer, it has been reported.

Ipswich Town fans have been reacting to the club revealing the options for season ticket refunds - here’s a taste of what they’ve been saying...

Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis says the sport is ready to go – should speedway get the green light to return from August 1.

While the League One play-offs and Championship season are still ongoing, Ipswich Town do at least know who’ll be joining them from below in the 2020/21 campaign. Mark Heath takes a look at the teams coming up from League Two...

Controversial Fleetwood boss Joey Barton has vowed that his side will ‘come back stronger’ after their League One play-off heartbreak.

Gillingham boss Steve Evans has been hailed as ‘one of the best managers in English football’ after he steered the Gills to finish above Ipswich Town in League One last season.

Paul Lambert may be under fire after Ipswich Town’s poor season, but he’s not going anywhere. Mark Heath looks at the key tasks on the Blues boss’ to-do list this summer if Town are to improve next season.

It’s been another busy few days in Ipswich Town news – here’s our most read stories of the week....

Former Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy is interested in the vacant Bristol City job, it has been reported.

Sunderland and Oxford United are tracking Ipswich Town winger Gwion Edwards, it has been reported.

Former Ipswich Town midfielder Paul Anderson realised a dream by playing at Wembley as Northampton got promoted on Monday - and says the Cobblers, who will be clashing with Town in League One next season, are ‘an incredible team.’

Ipswich Town fans have been reacting to the news that young star Luke Woolfenden has signed a new long-term deal with the club – here’s a taste of what they’re saying.

Former Ipswich Town midfielder Jay Tabb has spoken of his new career as a stable lad in racing - and said he doesn’t miss football.

Suffolk’s UFC superstar Arnold Allen believes he’s only three wins from a title shot – and he’s planning to pick apart another icon of the sport in his next fight.

In the wake of Ipswich Town’s dismal 2019/20 season, we ran a series of polls asking fans who and what was to blame. After more than 2,500 votes, here are the results...

Ipswich Town could learn the start date for the 2020/21 League One season when the EFL meets this week.

We’ve been without football for more than three months now, but it’s still been a busy week of Ipswich Town news - here’s our most-read stories.

Promising young Ipswich Town defender Alex Henderson has spoken about his decision to leave the club and go to university in America.

Gillingham boss Steve Evans says he hopes to bring ex-Ipswich Town forward Jordan Roberts back to the club after he impressed on loan.

Most caretaker managers in English football are likely to feel landed in it to some extent; it’s the nature of being a caretaker boss. But for former Ipswich town striker Alun Armstrong, he hadn’t even planned on entering management when he agreed to meet the chairman of Blyth Spartans back in the summer of 2016! Richard Woodall spoke to him...

East Anglian promotion Contenders is aiming to be the first sports event in the UK to welcome back a live crowd when they put on two drive-in fight shows in a week in August.

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert says the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic has been his toughest challenge as a manager.

Suffolk’s Fabio Wardley will finally meet Simon Vallily for the English heavyweight title on August 1 as part of week one of promoter Eddie Hearn’s new Fight Camp, it has been revealed.

Former Ipswich Town defender Damien Delaney has revealed the unexpected gift then Blues’ boss Roy Keane brought him while he was recovering in hospital after suffering a freak injury on the training pitch.

Ipswich Town’s Planet Blue store at Portman Road will re-open on Friday, July 3 after a lengthy closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Steve Evans has revealed how Ipswich Town helped him sign star striker Ivan Toney for Peterborough.

Even though the season is over, there’s still a lot of news around Ipswich Town - here’s our most-read stories of the week.

It is, understandably, all rather gloomy around Ipswich Town at the moment. Mark Heath attempts to list some reasons to be cheerful ahead of next season - whenever that might be!

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