Time we had a clean sheet - Naylor

IPSWICH defender Richard Naylor is desperate to celebrate at the double when basement club Bradford visit Portman Road tomorrow (kick-off 3pm).Town's longest-serving star will be seeking three points and a clean sheet at the expense of Bryan Robson's second-bottom strugglers.

By Mel Henderson

IPSWICH defender Richard Naylor is desperate to celebrate at the double when basement club Bradford visit Portman Road tomorrow (kick-off 3pm).

Town's longest-serving star will be seeking three points and a clean sheet at the expense of Bryan Robson's second-bottom strugglers.

Yorkshire-born Naylor, who will be 27 later this month, cast his mind back to October last year and the corresponding game at Valley Parade.


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He said: “We won 1-0 and kept a rare clean sheet.“If we beat Bradford tomorrow I will be delighted, but if we do it without conceding a goal I will definitely be that much happier.”

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