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|Blog ||No More Heroes Any More|
by ElephantintheRoom at 13:19 8 Feb 2019
It’s fair to say that the Marcus Evans era has seen a bit of a change in the way the club is run. For instance, the now scarcely-credible, revolving door recruitment policy.
|Blog ||The 'Tinpot' East Anglian Derby|
by BradLloyd at 08:23 6 Feb 2019
Other fans from other clubs have referred to the East Anglian derby has tinpot but fans of Ipswich Town and Norwich City will tell you a very different story.
|Blog ||Thoughts From Villa Park|
by timjwoodall at 10:14 30 Jan 2019
Villa Park on Saturday was my first game of the season, having spent the last seven months out of the country. As such, I thought it would be an opportune moment to share some thoughts on the team.
|Blog ||The Long and Winding Decline|
by ElephantintheRoom at 17:09 13 Jan 2019
The long, slow decline in Town’s fortunes since we became part of the mysterious and opaque ‘Marcus Evans Business Empire’ has been both hugely depressing and acutely embarrassing. But if we’re honest, Town’s decline pre-dates the much-maligned Marcus Evans’s arrival by decades. Both on and off the pitch.
|Blog ||The Cup's Different|
by ElephantintheRoom at 11:28 6 Jan 2019
For many (dare I say most?) Town supporters, the proudest day in the club’s history is the cup final in 1978. Many know the team off by heart. Real diehards can quote David Coleman verbatim in the breathless build up to “Osborne!.... One-Nil!!!!!”.
|Blog ||Relegation – A Chance to Go Forwards|
by ElephantintheRoom at 17:40 31 Dec 2018
In the last decade the constant churn of managers and players has created something of a vacuum at Portman Road. There is a long established disconnect between the club and the community – but more worrying there is now a glaring disconnect between the players and the crowd.
|Blog ||Avoiding Sunderland's Fate - Lessons From Sunderland Till I Die|
by vancouverblue at 18:52 18 Dec 2018
I was sat watching Netflix last night and the Sunderland Till I Die docuseries. As one episode turned into two and then five and thoughts of that decent night's sleep I knew I needed disappeared into the early hours, I couldn’t help but think of the similarities between them last season and Town this year.
|Blog ||We'll Win Again Some Sunny Day|
by SpiritOfJohn at 09:49 15 Dec 2018
2018 has been a terrible year to be an Ipswich Town supporter.
Amazingly, we have only one twice at home this year, against Leeds in January and Barnsley in April.
|Blog ||What Would Eric Gates Say?|
by millvalleyblue at 09:13 9 Dec 2018
I started supporting Ipswich when I was six. I’m 49 now and live in Mill Valley, just north of San Francisco. I grew up in Cork. People always ask: Ipswich? Why? The reason was my best friend, Christopher, supported Ipswich. I’ve no reason why he did. All the other kids supported Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal or Leeds.
|Blog ||Feeling Very Blue Not Watching You|
by Pessimistic at 17:50 6 Dec 2018
Being an overseas supporter means I get to see all the live streams of Ipswich Town games for a seasonal subscription fee. Great idea! Well, it used to be, until one day I could not log in and asked iFollow to resend my password.
|Blog ||Man v Fat Football - A Personal Blog|
by GavTWTD at 11:15 30 Nov 2018
I'm fat. There, I said it. I'm a 248lb/112kg bloke in my late 40s and I'm struggling with my weight. I've lacked the will power to either do something about it or, when I've succeeded, to keep it off.
|Blog ||Where We Might Be Without Asset Stripping|
by David_GG at 14:50 29 Nov 2018
I am writing today to put forward my opinion about the sorry sad state of Ipswich Town and I suspect a number of other clubs around the land with supporters who feel as if they are suffering at the hands otherwise hugely successful businessmen and women as owners.