Young Guns set to miss out for Town
TAKING Ipswich Town into the Premier League will not be a job for the boys.Blues boss Jim Magilton will be banking on experience in the final 13 matches of the Coca-Cola Championship season.
TAKING Ipswich Town into the Premier League will not be a job for the boys.
Blues boss Jim Magilton will be banking on experience in the final 13 matches of the Coca-Cola Championship season.
The only products of the famed Ipswich Town academy likely to feature are tearaway wide-player Danny Haynes and cultured midfielder Owen Garvan.
The rest of Magilton's squad will be proven players - most of them ones that he has brought to Portman Road during his 20-month reign.
Academy players will have their turn in the seasons ahead, but it looks like only a few have guaranteed futures at Portman Road
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