Paul Lambert may be under fire after Ipswich Town’s poor season, but he’s not going anywhere. Mark Heath looks at the key tasks on the Blues boss’ to-do list this summer if Town are to improve next season.
East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star sports editor Mark Heath gives his take on Ipswich Town’s underwhelming 2019/20 season - and calls for action, rather than words, from the club, as it continues to sink...
Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert has called for better leadership from the football authorities in deciding the fate of the current season - and said that the Premier League should help ensure those in lower tiers are protected from coronavirus if and when the game returns.
With Prime Minister Boris Johnson set to address the nation tomorrow about the potential easing of lockdown measures, football could take a step closer to a return. Mark Heath looks at when and how that might happen, plus how the game may have to change.
Firstly, a rare word of praise for our footballing authorities. They’re not exactly renowned for their top-quality decision making, but they’ve got this one absolutely spot-on, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.
Another poor week for Ipswich Town that only serves to continue the theme of the poor week previously, writes Karl Fuller. I’ve really given up now on so many fronts, including asking how much worse it can get. The real question has to be when will it start getting any better?
Ipswich Town’s joint top-scorers, James Norwood and Kayden Jackson, are both sidelined for three vital games against Blackpool, Fleetwood and Coventry. STUART WATSON takes a look at the forward options at Paul Lambert’s disposal.
Another game against top-eight opposition, another defeat and we now find ourselves outside the play-offs and eight points off the top of the table, writes Karl Fuller. How things have really nosedived in just two weeks!
Ok, the scoreline says 1-0, but we all know the reality was very different, writes North Stander Terry Hunt. We were absolutely streets ahead of Lincoln. The visitors will be pleased to have avoided a real thrashing.
Ipswich Town have bounced back to form just in time for a crucial-looking run of four games which could boost or blow-up their automatic promotion chances. Mark Heath takes a look at the matches and storylines – and offers his predictions!