Jim vows to make changes for WBA
JIM Magilton has vowed to make changes when Ipswich Town resume their Championship fixtures with a home match against West Brom in a fortnight's time.
By Elvin King
JIM Magilton has vowed to make changes when Ipswich Town resume their Championship fixtures with a home match against
West Brom in a fortnight's time.
The Blues boss said after last night's deflating 1-0 defeat at Colchester United: “I won't stand for a repeat performance and there will be changes in the next game.
“I was bitterly disappointed, and made that plain in no uncertain terms.
“We lost the game early with Colchester coming out of their blocks quickly.
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“You have to fight to gain the right to play - and we didn't.
“In the second period we huffed and puffed, but we were second best.”
His opposite number, and close neighbour in Ipswich, Geraint Williams said after Colchester extended their unbeaten run to six games: “The spirit and feel around the ground was magnificent.
“We were bottom after four games and I didn't think we were the worst team then. I don't think we are the best now.
“It was a magnificent team effort particularly from the defence and Aidan Davison, who was man of the match.
“It is a great compliment for us to beat a team of Ipswich's quality.”