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Matchday Recap: Blues well-beaten at Millwall as new boss Lambert watches on

PUBLISHED: 14:24 27 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:57 27 October 2018

Millwall celebrate their first half goal against Ipswich at The Den Picture Pagepix

Millwall celebrate their first half goal against Ipswich at The Den Picture Pagepix

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New Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert was in the stands as the Blues lost 3-0 at Millwall this afternoon.

Lambert was appointed Ipswich manager this morning, following Paul Hurst’s sacking on Thursday afternoon.

He will not be in charge today, though, with Bryan Klug in caretaker charge once again - just as he was at the end of last season following the departure of Mick McCarthy.

The Blues are bottom of the table but, with Millwall sat 20th, this game is a big one.

You can follow it live with us right here.

Ipswich Town supporters were among the best behaved fans in the Championship last season, according to a league table of bans for violence and disorder.

Catering staff at Ravenswood Primary School are serving up 225 hot lunches every day - and an increasing number of those are tailored for children suffering from fish, milk and gluten intolerances.

A pub licensee who punched a customer and then smashed him over the head with a pint glass has been jailed for 19 months.

Our Throwback Thursday feature returns once again - and this week we look back to November 1982 and what was going on in and around Ipswich.

Community leaders in Felixstowe have agreed to spend £68,000 to fund an extra police officer for the town to deal with specific problems.

One of Suffolk’s oldest shop workers is celebrating 60 years behind the counter at her family-run newsagents in Debenham.

Martin Roberts had nothing but praise for Ipswich after he visited with the film crew from BBC series, Homes Under The Hammer this week.

For a second year in a row Ipswich Central will bring a real tree to the town centre.

The staff at an Ipswich travel firm are celebrating their 30-year-anniversary in Ipswich alongside everyone’s favourite elephant - Elmer.

The first new Swiss-built train for Greater Anglia has arrived in the region – being pulled from the Channel Tunnel, around London and along the main line to Norwich early on Thursday morning.

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