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A selection of the latest ITFC news and blog posts.
Hurst Fumes After Cup Defeat - Ipswich Town News Manager Paul Hurst was scathing about his side's performance after they exited the Carabao Cup to Exeter 4-2 on penalties following a 1-1 draw. Asked whether he was particularly disappointed with the second half display, Hurst responded: "I was disappointed with the performance in the first half.
Boss Slams Display Nowhere near good enough says Paul after cup exit.
Carabao Cup roundup: Nottingham Forest survive on penalties against Bury Middlesbrough fought back three times against Notts County and won on penalties, while Leeds beat Bolton 2-1 and Exeter knocked out Ipswich after a shootout.
There need to be a few home truths… that performance worries me’ - Hurst on Exeter loss "There need to be a few home truths. I've said what I am and I'm honest, I say what I think and what I say. And that's what I saw. MORE: Report - Blues crash out of Carabao Cup on penalties. "With all due respect to what Exeter have put out, it's not their strongest team.
Stu says: Five observations following Ipswich Town’s penalty shootout defeat at Exeter City With the scores tied after 90 engaging minutes, the game - under the competition's new rules - went straight to penalties. Luke Chambers won the toss and indicated he wanted the shootout to take place in front of the empty end that has been raised to the ground ahead of a new stand being built.
Exeter City 1-1 Ipswich Town - Match Report - Ipswich Town News Former Blues midfielder Lee Martin struck the decisive penalty as Town were beaten 4-2 in a shoot-out by League Two Exeter City following a 1-1 draw to crash out of the Carabao Cup at the first round stage.
Report: Blues crash out of Carabao Cup on penalties Former Ipswich defender Troy Brown cancelled out Kayden Jackson's opener, in a game where the Blues dominated spells of possession without being able to overly test home goalkeeper Christy Pym, but neither side could force a winner as the contest went to a shootout.
Exeter City 0-1 Ipswich Town - Half-Time - Ipswich Town News Kayden Jackson's first goal for Town has given the Blues a 1-0 half-time lead over Exeter City in their first round Carabao Cup tie at St James Park. Boss Paul Hurst made three changes with striker Jackson and midfielder Tayo Edun making their full Town debuts, and Freddie Sears returning to the XI.
Exeter V Town How they line up at St James Park.
Jackson and Edun Make Full Debuts at Exeter - Ipswich Town News Town boss Paul Hurst has made three changes for this evening's Carabao Cup tie at Exeter with striker Kayden Jackson and midfielder Tayo Edun making their full Town debuts, while Freddie Sears returns to the XI. Cole Skuse and Ellis Harrison drop to the bench but Gwion Edwards misses out with a minor quad problem.
Matchday Live: Three changes as Jackson, Edun and Sears all start… and Bishop’s on the bench "I think the second chance for Wardy when he's gone to look to volley, I think if he takes off and heads it, and I'm not saying that's ever going to be his biggest strength, but just throwing himself at the ball, I don't think the defender has a chance to get there and that would have out us in front." You can follow tonight's game live with us.
Australasian Branch After Players for Fourth Derby Down Under - Ipswich Town News The Australasian Branch of the Town Supporters Club are looking for Sydney-based Blues to play in the fourth instalment of the Derby Down Under. The game against Canaries Down Under is being played on Saturday 1st September in Centennial Park, a day before the derby proper at Portman Road.
Cole Wants That Winning Feeling Skuse looking for that first victory of the season.
Exeter City v Ipswich Town Live coverage of Tuesday's EFL Cup game between Exeter City and Ipswich Town.
Jackson excited by Donacien reunion as striker prepares for potential first start at Exeter Exeter City 2 Ipswich Town 3. Date: Tuesday, August 10, 2010. The Blues needed extra-time to force their way through to the second round of the League Cup as a brace from midfielder Ryan Harley cancelled out goals from David Norris and Ronan Murray in normal time.
Kings of Anglia Podcast - Rotherham loss, inside the away dressing room, life on the road and Dozzell loan This week we discuss the 1-0 away loss at Rotherham, Stu and Andy's food diary and our sneak peak inside the away dressing room at the New York Stadium. We also discuss the Ipswich squad following the closure of the transfer window and the potential for Andre Dozzell and Tristan Nydam to go out on loan.
Hurst Puts Fitness First Three players involved on Saturday had not reached the levels of fitness attained by the rest of the Town squad in pre-season, and so a good cup run could help. The new Town manager believes that match fitness only comes from playing competitively - whether it is in the Championship, or in the cup competitions.
Morris Nets Twice But U23s Lose Season Opener - Ipswich Town News Ben Morris was on target twice but Town's U23s were beaten 3-2 by Sheffield United at Stocksbridge Park Steels' Bracken Moor Stadium in their opening Professional Development League Two South fixture of the season. England U19 international Morris gave the Blues the lead but Reece York levelled within a minute.
Hurst Aiming for Confidence-Boosting First Town Win at Exeter - Ipswich Town News Boss Paul Hurst believes a win at Exeter City in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night will provide a confidence boost with the Blues yet to record a victory this season and with some tough Championship games up next. Hurst reiterated that he plans to take cup competitions seriously, citing his record with his previous clubs.
Morris scores twice and Dozzell starts as U23s lose opener at Sheffield United Morris gave the young Blues the lead with a powerful strike but the Blades were level soon after, with Reece York beating Harry Wright. David Parkhouse then gave United the lead on 33 minutes, with Simeon Oure scoring what turned out to be the winner in the second half.
Kayden Jackson on a ‘mad summer’, getting into pro football via Facebook and honing his electric pace At certain points I didn't think it would happen and that would have been tough to take. I tried to concentrate on my game, obviously played the first game of the season for Accrington, but wasn't probably 100% right mentally. I'm just thankful everything has been sorted.
Jackson: Pace is What I'm All About - Ipswich Town News Town boss Paul Hurst is looking to the pace and goalscoring ability of new signing Kayden Jackson as key factors moving forward having fought off plenty of competition to land the 24-year-old for an initial £1.6 million from Accrington Stanley last week.
Jackson Proud to Be Town's New Number Nine - Ipswich Town News He may be undaunted by being handed the iconic Town number nine shirt but Kayden Jackson is still proud to have inherited the squad number vacated by Martyn Waghorn upon his departure to Derby.
Jackson: A Life-Changing Move - Ipswich Town News Town new boy Kayden Jackson admits the chance to be reunited with manager Paul Hurst was a major factor behind his £1.6 million transfer from Accrington Stanley last week. The pair were together at Grimsby at the start of the 2016/17 season, prior to Hurst joining Shrewsbury in the October, during which time he was on loan from Barnsley.
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