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|Ipswich Town 0-0 Doncaster Rovers - Match Report|
Fully agree with Marinersnose.
We were second best for most of the game and had this been last season we would have lost it.
The fact we didn’t lose was because the lads gritted their teeth even if some didn’t have their best games.
It was important not to lose to Donny and so that was a massive plus.
I thought Holy had a great game as did Chambers, Woolfenden and Vincent-Young. The rest were a mix of poor and ordinary but that will happen.
It was an enjoyable game though backed by a good support for both teams.
I would say with Paul Lambert and Darren Moore, the best two managers in the division were there too.
Much to look forward to in the months ahead.
|Woolfenden Determined to Keep Place|
A very good read.
He has come on leaps and bounds this season. Looks our most assured defender I believe.
Still a little to learn but that will come with experience.
I agree with ITFCsince73 about being Premier league bound. Hopefully that will be with us though.
|Lambert: Picking the Team's Not a Tough Decision|
Very wise words from PL.
He keeps things simple with everyone having a chance of playing.
It’s obvious that if you do well and try hard at training you will have an equal chance. If you don’t put the effort in then you don’t play.
It’s that basic philosophy combined with the relationship built with the fans that has given us this excellent start to life in league one.
|Keane Reignites Walters Spat|
Keane cannot avoid having an indirect dig at our club and the likes of Jon Walters who behaved very well for us and did us proud.
That is what hurts Keane because he did not do us proud and he does not like to see others do well.
Both Keane and McCarthy ultimately failed with us which hurts them both. This is why they try to have a chip at people like Jon Walters who is held in such a good light here.
Both Keane and McCarthy are has beens and should just act with dignity. They are probably both very jealous of the wonderful impact Paul Lambert has had too.
|Emmanuel Joins Bolton|
Good for all parties involved. Also good to see Bolton beginning to regroup with some decent signings.
|Lambert: I Thought We Were Excellent|
Great win, a real team effort. The club are pulling as one with everyone on board.
Well done Paul Lambert for the almost unbelievable impact you have made.
PS Shrewsbury boss Ricketts......make sure you buy a large bag of sugar to mix with your sour grapes! Some managers gracefully accept and acknowledge when they have been deservedly beaten. Not Ricketts though evidently.
|Ipswich Town 1-1 Sunderland - Match Report|
runaround I fully agree with you. Sadly our defence are not collectively capable of cutting out mistakes all of the time. Yesterday’s howler cost us two points and last week we were let off the hook when our keeper got it horribly wrong taking too long to clear the ball.
We always have a mistake in us therefore we need to press home our advantage more when we take the lead. Yesterday we screamed out for a second goal but unfortunately to no avail.
That’s why we are in league one I guess.
|Lambert: Evans Should Tell the Fans What’s Going On|
Well said Paul Lambert.
In my own mind I am sure Marcus Evans would sell up if he could so he could get back the many millions he has invested and lost. However what is there to sell? The large debt? Unless I am mistaken the club only owns the buildings and not the land they are built on. Not sure who owns our training ground though?
|Bialkowski on Hurst: From the Beginning There Was No Communication|
Initially I was looking forward to it when Hurst was appointed as we definitely needed a new approach. How wrong was I? because I never realised it would be possible for an individual to cause so much unrest in such a short space of time.
Thankfully the cause of the problem has been removed and we now have a good and respectful management team in place.
Bart certainly confirmed what what I would imagine most of us feared.
Onwards and upwards now.
|Lambert Expresses Transfer Frustrations: It's the Way the Club's Run|
This is the time more than any other that Paul Lambert needs our continued full support. I think he has been the best appointment we have had for years. He is trying to get back the decade of supporters that has recently been lost. No one could be trying harder.
Please do not vent anger at our Manager if it goes wrong on the pitch as he is obviously not the reason for it!
In our current financial state we could not wish for a better Manager.
|Sears Signs New Deal|
Indeed very pleasing news. Before his injury he was showing some good form.
He has always played with heart despite often being played in strange positions by a previous negative Manager.
Under Paul Lambert I think Freddie will prosper to the benefit of our club.
|Bialkowski Thanks Town Fans|
I hope Bart can reignite his career with the Lions. I think they will
Look after him well and I am sure their vociferous fans will take to him.
He has served us well with great professionalism and I am sure his leaving comments are genuine.
However we will never see him in our colours again.
We have two new keepers who I think will do very well for us. In all honesty we did need to change out both Bart and Gerks.
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