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‘I can’t wait to get started, I’ll give it everything’ - watch Lambert’s first press conference as Town boss

PUBLISHED: 11:28 30 October 2018

Paul Lambert at his first Ipswich Town press conference today. Picture: ROSS HALLS

Paul Lambert at his first Ipswich Town press conference today. Picture: ROSS HALLS

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New Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert met the media for the first time this morning – and you can watch his whole press conference back here.

Lambert was officially appointed on Saturday morning following the sacking of Paul Hurst on Thursday, with the new boss watching from the stands as the Blues were beatrn 3-0 at Millwall later that day.

He would have got a good snapshot of the job at hand as his new side were well-beaten, leaving them bottom of the league and six points from safety.

“I can’t wait to get going and I’ll be using all my experience - and give everything I’ve got for Ipswich Town,” he said.

“I know about the history of the Club, what a fantastic football club it is and I’m proud to be the manager here.

“Obviously it’s been a difficult start to the season but to get through this period we need to be pulling together as one - players, staff and supporters.

“I want us to play with tempo, with enthusiasm, with drive. I want the players to enjoy their football and I’m relishing the challenge of helping to take this Club forward.”

Watch the video to see his whole first press conference as Town boss.

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