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Watch: Town boss Hurst on his future and chats with Marcus Evans

PUBLISHED: 12:32 04 October 2018

Ipswich Manager Paul Hurst at Birmingham Picture Pagepix

Ipswich Manager Paul Hurst at Birmingham Picture Pagepix

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Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst spoke to the media this morning ahead of his side’s visit to Swansea at the weekend, and fielded questions about his future as his search for a first win continues.

The Blues headed to south Wales today for their final game before the second international break of the season, where they will face a side currently sitting seventh in the Championship.

The Blues are 23rd and are yet to register their first victory of the campaign, following Tuesday night’s 2-0 home loss to Middlesbrough.

Hurst discussed his future, explained the reasons behind the early departure for Swansea, plus discussed the ongoing search for his first win as Ipswich boss.

Watch the video back to see the press conference in full.

The trial of three teenagers who face charges arising out of a stabbing at the McDonald’s branch in Ravenswood earlier this year has got underway at Ipswich Crown Court.

An ex-Ipswich Town player who worked with asbestos before becoming a professional footballer died of industrial disease, an inquest heard.

Ipswich Citizens Advice revealed the shocking case of the mother, who had depression and anxiety after giving birth, in a bid to call for new laws to crack down on debt collectors who flout the rules.

Officers stopped a vehicle with a faulty light to discover a child in a car seat not secured by a seatbelt.

Drivers were caught in delays after a car burst into flames near to the Copdock interchange on the A12.

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It may have been 100 years since 26 brave servicemen gave their lives for their country.

The German budget supermarket chain is moving into a town still reeling from the loss of its M&S and Asda.

It is set to be a “messy week” in our region – with high winds and scattered showers making for a tumultuous forecast as the days draw in.

Teaching young people new “thinking skills” will make a “critical difference” to teenagers involved in gangs and violence, Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) has said.

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