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Watch: Hurst insists ‘there is a lot he would change’ as Ipswich boss discusses style, signings and direction

PUBLISHED: 10:42 23 October 2018 | UPDATED: 12:21 23 October 2018

Paul Hurst will speak to the media this morning.    Picture: Steve Waller

Paul Hurst will speak to the media this morning. Picture: Steve Waller

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Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst told the media that there is a lot at the club which needs to change when he held his press conference ahead of the clash with Leeds this morning.

The Blues are back on the bottom of the Championship following Saturday’s limp home loss to QPR, with just one win to their name from 13 league matches.

Hurst declared the performance to be the worst of his reign to date, as the Blues fell flat while trying to back up the morale-boosting victory at Swansea.

Next up is a visit to Leeds, who had started the season like a train before finding things tough in recent weeks.

Hurst discussed the mood at the club, Matt Holland’s recent criticism and his thoughts on the state of matters at Portman Road - watch the video back for the full press conference.

Two knife wielding robbers threatened staff at an Ipswich convenience shop before fleeing on foot with cash and cigarettes.

A driver who was stopped in Ipswich for allegedly using a mobile phone behind the wheel has been arrested after reportedly giving a positive drugs test.

Members of the public crowded round to help after a man’s foot was struck by a car in Ipswich town centre.

Don’t leave your New Year’s eve plans until last minute - see what events are happening around Suffolk with our guide.

A pub landlord who smashed a pint glass over a customer was put behind bars this week. Take a look at the others here.

A new design for Shotley Pier has been approved by the majority of stakeholders following a bout of tension over the future of the tourist attraction.

Uninsured drivers in Ipswich town centre were the latest targets of a week-long crackdown led by Suffolk Constabulary.

A learner motorcyclist had their bike seized after police found they had allegedly been riding with no rear brake pads.

Motorists are being warned of severe delays following a crash and car fire on the A12.

Further searches are being carried out today to help find missing Matthew Strasbaugh, 18, from Lakenheath.

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