Live chat archive

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

League One clubs are set to vote next week on how to finish the season, according to reports.

It was football, but not as we know it. So what did the return of Bundesliga action tell us about what the game could look like if and when it returns here? Mark Heath takes a look...

There’s not much better than sitting down the pub - in the days when you could – with your mates talking about football while you gently mock each other as only friends can. That’s the basic premise behind the Kings of Anglia podcast, the twice-weekly Ipswich Town show produced by the EADT and Star. Host Mark Heath looks at the story so far...

Ipswich Town

Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert hailed the impact his three substitutes made following this afternoon’s 2-0 victory at Bristol Rovers.

Ipswich Town beat Bristol Rovers 2-0 this afternoon. Andy Warren hands out his player ratings.

Two goals in the final 10 minutes did the business for Ipswich Town as they came on strong to beat Bristol Rovers this afternoon.

Ipswich Town beat Bristol Rovers 2-0 this afternoon.

Ipswich Town take on Bristol Rovers in their first away game of the new League One season this afternoon (3pm). STUART WATSON previews the action.

In this regular feature, we take a look at what happened on this day in Ipswich Town’s history, selecting one particular year, this time from 18 years ago when George Burley’s side drew 1-1 with RK Sartid in the UEFA Cup

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert has insisted he won’t be treating Bristol Rovers lightly this weekend, despite his side’s comfortable victory over The Gas earlier this month.

ITFC in pictures

Kayden Jackson has resumed training with Ipswich Town today amid continued speculation regarding his future at the club.

Bristol Rovers boss Ben Garner has called for his side to put right the wrongs of their 3-0 Carabao Cup defeat to Ipswich Town when the teams clash again in League One tomorrow (3pm).

Paul Lambert has backed striker James Norwood to deliver goals for his side as he ponders whether to hand the forward a start following Aaron Drinan’s cruel injury blow.

Striker Aaron Drinan is set for at least two months on the sidelines due to the thigh injury suffered against Wigan last weekend.

Toto Nsiala wants to “shut up a few people” by letting his football do the talking, as he bids to put a frustrating last year behind him at Portman Road.

Football writer Carl Marston has visited 124 Football League grounds, many of them reporting on Ipswich Town. Here he recalls waiting half the night for Roy Keane to appear at Watford

Topic pages

MyDate24 MyPhotos24