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Ipswich Town release squad numbers for the 2015/16 season

PUBLISHED: 16:07 29 July 2015 | UPDATED: 16:39 29 July 2015

Ipswich Town winger Cameron Stewart. Photo: James Ager

Ipswich Town winger Cameron Stewart. Photo: James Ager

James Ager

Ipswich Town have released their squad numbers for the 2015/16 season.

Ainsley Maitland-Niles, who is on loan from Arsenal, has been handed the number seven shirt, while fellow new signings Brett Pitman and Ryan Fraser will wear 11 and 14 respectively this term.

The majority of the squad have kept the same number, with only Cameron Stewart changing to number 35.

1 Dean Gerken

2 Jonathan Parr

4 Luke Chambers

5 Tommy Smith

6 Christophe Berra

7 Ainsley Maitland-Niles

8 Cole Skuse

9 Daryl Murphy

10 David McGoldrick

11 Brett Pitman

14 Ryan Fraser

17 Kevin Bru

18 Jay Tabb

19 Luke Hyam

20 Freddie Sears

23 Alex Henshall

24 Dylan Connolly

25 Josh Yorwerth

26 Adam McDonnell

27 Teddy Bishop

28 Matt Clarke

29 Josh Emmanuel

30 Myles Kenlock

31 Kundai Benyu

32 Kyle Hammond

33 Bartosz Bialkowski

34 Joe Robinson

35 Cameron Stewart

38 Michael Crowe

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