Former Ipswich Town manager and player, George Burley, has hailed Diego Maradona as “the best player” he ever played against, even though the Argentine was only 18 at the time.
Football writer Carl Marston casts his eye over league leaders Hull City, who are today’s visitors to Portman Road
Rick Andrews has this evening announced his resignation as manager of Stowmarket Town, which will come as a big surprise to all those interested and involved in the non-league scene in Suffolk.
Football writer Carl Marston looks back on this week in Town’s history, and discovers a few interesting new arrivals during the last week of November
Football writer CARL MARSTON casts his eye over Shrewsbury Town, today’s visitors to Portman Road
Football writer Carl Marston assesses the latest go-ahead for ‘non-elite’ non-league after lockdown2 is ended on December 2
In the second of this series, following on from his top five keepers, football writer Carl Marston compiles his top five Ipswich Town right-backs of the last 40 years
Football writer Carl Marston talks to ex-Ipswich Town centre-half Tommy Smith about whether a return to Portman Road was likely, and his new life at Colchester United
Football writer Carl Marston looks back on ‘This week in Town’s history’ from 11 years ago, when Carlos Edwards admitted that the team needed a new striker
Football writer Carl Marston talks to non-league managers about their approach to lockdown, and when they think the season will finally resume
Football writer Carl Marston takes advantage of a blank weekend ahead to compile his top five Ipswich Town keepers of the last 40 years, a tough task
Football writer Carl Marston reviews the non-league season so far, and predicts what will happen after the leagues hopefully resume when lockdown ends
Football writer Carl Marston casts his eye over Ipswich Town’s hosts this evening, Crawley Town
Football writer Carl Marston looks back on ‘This week in Town’s history’ from 10 years ago, and finds that the knives are finally out for Roy Keane
Football writer Carl Marston traces Town’s miserable FA Cup exploits of the last decade, such a contrast to the Club’s fine FA Cup pedigree
Football writer Carl Marston casts his eye over FA Cup specialists Portsmouth, today’s Portman Road visitors
In the third of a new series celebrating the 40th anniversary of Ipswich Town’s UEFA Cup winning campaign of 1980-81, CARL MARSTON talks to George Burley about the visit to Bohemians Prague
Football writer Carl Marston talks to Bury Town chairman Russell Ward and managers Mark Morsley (AFC Sudbury) and Rick Andrews (Stowmarket Town) about the suspension of the non-league season
Non-league football, below Step Two, looks set to be halted from this Thursday onwards until at least the next four weeks, into early December,
Ipswich Wanderers surrendered a 2-0 lead to bow out of the FA Vase in disappointing fashion, losing 3-2 at the hands of Norwich CBS this afternoon.
Non-league football appears to be being squeezed, with regards further new Covid-19 restrictions which are being enforced on several of Suffolk’s leading clubs.
Both Bury Town and Leiston bowed out of the FA Cup at the fourth qualifying round stage on Saturday afternoon, but only after delivering brave displays and taking the lead in both matches.
Football writer Carl Marston casts his eye over tomorrow’s hosts Lincoln City, a club very much on the rise. Just three years ago, they were still a non-league club.
Bury Town and Leiston are both involved in big FA Cup ties this weekend, hoping to get their names in the hat for the first round proper alongside Ipswich Town
Football writer Carl Marston continues his Travels with Town Series, on the eve of this weekend’s visit to Lincoln City, with a low-down of the best press box views in the land
In the second of a new series celebrating the 40th anniversary of Ipswich Town’s UEFA Cup winning campaign of 1980-81, CARL MARSTON talks to John Wark about the home leg against Bohemians Prague
Football writer CARL MARSTON recalls a week in Ipswich Town’s history, this time from 10 years ago when defender Damien Delaney recalled his ‘dark days’
Leiston’s eagerly-awaited FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie against Barnet, scheduled for this Saturday, is in further doubt because of new Covid-19 concerns surrounding the Hertfordshire club.
BURY TOWN’s run of six straight wins, in all competitions, came to an end when they bowed out of the FA Trophy at Loughborough Dynamo this afternoon, undone by a late goal in a 1-0 defeat.
Football writer Carl Marston casts his eye over today’s Portman Road visitors, Accrington Stanley, a club constantly over-achieving and enjoying life to the full in League One