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‘I’m in love already!’ – Ipswich Town fans react to new boss Paul Hurst’s first press conference

PUBLISHED: 14:22 12 June 2018 | UPDATED: 17:49 12 June 2018

The new manager of Ipswich Town Paul Hurst Picture: STEVE WALLER

The new manager of Ipswich Town Paul Hurst Picture: STEVE WALLER

© Copyright Stephen Waller

Ipswich Town fans have been reacting to Paul Hurst’s first press conference as the new Ipswich Town boss – and it’s fair to say, they were impressed!

Hurst met the media for the first time at Portman Road today, having only just returned from his post-season holiday in Dubai.

Looked smart and tanned, the diminutive Yorkshireman spoke passionately about his plans for the club, respect for the history of Town and his footballing ethos...

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