De Vos fed up with travelling blues

IPSWICH Town skipper Jason De Vos looked back on the pain of yesterday's 2-0 Coca-Cola Championship defeat at Leicester and said: “It was another miserable journey home and another sleepless night.

By Elvin King

IPSWICH Town skipper Jason De Vos looked back on the pain of yesterday's 2-0 Coca-Cola Championship defeat at Leicester and said: “It was another miserable journey home and another sleepless night.”

And the central defender, who revealed that he lost his footing just before the Foxes scored their opening goal, added: “I am just fed up talking about the same thing.

“It is so frustrating for us all.


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“We have a great opportunity to achieve something this season.

“We are seventh in the table, and literally have everything to play for.

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“But we have got to start picking up points away from home.

“Four out of 36 is just not good enough by anybody's standard.

“Logic says that something must happen soon. But we have been saying that for a while now.

“If we need to get ugly then we have to get ugly. The penny has to drop soon.

“I am fed up having to talk the same way after every away match.”

Ipswich were undone by two free-kicks taken by Stephen Clemence with De Vos adding: “Gareth McAuley was all over my back for the first goal, and I lost my footing.

“It was a great ball in but I would have headed the ball clear if I had been able to get off the ground.

“The ball was going in anyway but it hit Richard Stearman on the arm on its way into the net.

“Jon Walters headed against the post from close range and Billy Clarke missed the target with another good headed chance.

“But at the end of the day we lost again and it is up to us to put it right. “It is 11 against 11 and it is a highly strange situation we find ourselves in with such a difference in home and away fortunes.”

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