Just like London Buses

JUST like London buses Town fans had to wait eight away games for a goal - and then five arrive at once!And the chief instigator Francis Jeffers today predicted that Ipswich have what it takes to keep finding the net from now on.

By Elvin King

JUST like London buses Town fans had to wait eight away games for a goal - and then five arrive at once!

And the chief instigator Francis Jeffers today predicted that Ipswich have what it takes to keep finding the net from now on.

“There is potential in the side and I can see no reason why Ipswich should not carry on scoring,” said Jeffers.


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“It is pleasing to have an influence on the two recent wins, although there is no guarantee I will be around for longer than one month.

“This will be up to Blackburn and Ipswich, but all the good things I was told about Ipswich by a number of people have been proved right.

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“And we can play better than we did last night,” said Jeffers, who travelled to Liverpool to spend time with his family before returning to Suffolk tonight.

Sylvain Legwinski said that Town players must keep their feet on the ground and not get carried away by their 5-2 win. The Frenchman said: “We had last night to enjoy the moment. But today we must forget and move on.

“We must start thinking about Saturday and another big game with Southend.

“It has been a good few days, but it is only two games.”

Nicky Forster, who was sold by Town to Hull for £250,000 last August, said: “I was disappointed to leave Ipswich, and have a lot of respect for the club.

“Things move on and it was how things went. It was nice to play against them, and they looked

dangerous going forward.

“We created a few chances but if we defend like that we will be relegated.”

David Wright is unhappy with his displays since joining Town from Wigan for £200,000 during the transfer window. He said: “I am a perfectionist and I am unhappy with my form. I was certainly not ten out of ten and know I can do a lot better.”

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