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Pope’s journey to England squad via Ipswich, Bury Town and a stint as a milkman Having been released by Ipswich Town at 16, the young goalkeeper had started a business marketing course at West Suffolk College in 2008 and, like so many teenagers, took on part-time work to fund an independent lifestyle.

Skipper Bru Hits Winner for Mauritius - Ipswich Town News Blues midfielder Kevin Bru scored the winning goal as he captained Mauritius to a 1-0 friendly victory over Macau in Taipa earlier this afternoon. The 29-year-old struck his second international goal in the 19th minute to give Les Dodos the win.

England keeper Pope dreamed of emulating Richard Wright at Ipswich… but his release has proved a blessing As a boyhood Blues fan and a Portman Road season ticket holder, the now 25-year-old had dreamed of emulating hero Richard Wright, but had those aspirations dashed in 2008 when he was called in and told he had not made the grade and was being cut loose.

Morris Nets Winner for U23s - Ipswich Town News Ben Morris netted a 66th minute penalty as Town's U23s beat Birmingham City 1-0 at St Andrew's this afternoon. Morris, who has come on as a sub in the last two first-team matches, converted from the spot after full-back Bailey Clements had cut in and been tripped by Josh Martin.

U23s in Action at Birmingham - Ipswich Town News Town's U23s are in action away against Birmingham City at St Andrew's this afternoon. No senior players are involved with Ben Morris the only one in the dquad with any Championship experience having made sub appearances in the last two games.

Blues youngster Morris hungry for more after Championship debut The teenager made his first Blues appearance at Crystal Palace in the Carabao Cup in August but made his Championship debut in the recent loss to Hull at Portman Road, before featuring again as a substitute at Bristol City on Saturday.

Knudsen Hoping to Win First Denmark Cap as Town Player - Ipswich Town News Left-back Jonas Knudsen will be hoping to win his third full cap and his first since joining Town when Denmark take on Panama in a friendly at the Brøndby Stadion this evening. Knudsen, 25, has been unable to add to the two caps won while with Esbjerg fB since moving to the Blues in the summer of 2015.

Kids For A Quid Against Villa Kids for a Quid at Town's penultimate home game against Aston Villa.

Dozzell on Track for Pre-Season Return - Ipswich Town News Midfielder Andre Dozzell says everything is on track so he will be able to play a full part in pre-season ahead of the 2018/19 campaign. The 18-year-old's season was ended on the opening day when he suffered a torn cruciate knee ligament during the game against Birmingham City.

Kids for a Quid Against Villa - Ipswich Town News Town are running a Kids for a Quid promotion at the home game against Aston Villa on Saturday 21st April. All under-19s will be admitted for just a pound, although all under-13s will have to be accompanied by a paying adult.

Ian Clarke: Time to act to avoid Norwich being the new Ipswich Town I know I wasn't alone last week in being pretty smug when some stats came out about comparative crowd sizes between Norwich and Ipswich. The Tractor Boys have played in front of more empty seats at Portman Road in the last month than the Canaries have for the last 121 games over six years at Carra.

Bru and Crowe's International Sides Set for Action - Ipswich Town News Midfielder Kevin Bru is set to add to his international caps when Mauritius face Macau in a friendly in Taipa this afternoon, while keeper Michael Crowe's Wales play the hosts in their opening game at the China Cup this morning.

McCarthy’s future is the only real question in town… but the Blues still have other issues to sort Will the Blues finish above Norwich? On-field matters have been greatly overshadowed by talk of McCarthy's future and the direction of the club over the last fortnight, with games seemingly paling into insignificance now the Blues are destined to spend a 17th-successive season in the Championship.

Former Crystal Palace goalkeeper leaves Ipswich Town trial and signs for non-league promotion chasers Former Crystal Palace goalkeeper Kleton Perntreou has signed for National League South side Chelmsford City. The shot-stopper, who was with the Eagles for two years, was recently on trial with Ipswich Town. He had a short stint with Welling United last Autumn.

Cap For Flynn Downes helps England U19s to convincing win.

Lukes London Bound Chambo and Hyam head up ITFC On the Road event.

Boost For Ben Young Blue looking to build on debut chance.

From Poland and Denmark to China, Mongolia and Gibraltar… Ipswich players travel the globe for international duty Bialkowski's stunning form has earned the goalkeeper a first Poland call-up, with the Ipswich stopper looking to make his international debut in either of his side's games against Nigeria or South Korea.

Szczesny: Bialkowski Deserves Poland Call - Ipswich Town News Wojciech Szczesny says Blues keeper Bartosz Bialkowski fully deserves his first call into the Poland squad.

Downes Wins Cap as England Win Opener - Ipswich Town News Town midfielder Flynn Downes played the full 90 minutes as the England U19s beat Hungary 4-1 in their opening European Championships elite qualifying mini-group game in Skopje this afternoon. The 19-year-old, who is on loan at Luton, was winning his fourth U19s cap.

He has changed for the better’ - Juventus goalkeeper Szczesny praises Bialkowski Szczesny, Poland's first choice goalkeeper, first met Bialkowski a decade ago and believes the Ipswich player deserves his call-up and that the 30-year-old has made big strides. "It's nice that we have a group of goalkeepers where we all understand each other well," the Juventus goalkeeper said.

It’s disappointing for us but it’s part of his development’ - Luton boss Jones on Downes’ England call It's disappointing for us he'll be out of our squad, but at least it's part and parcel of his continued development. "I think he has, especially at home. Away from home he has had to dig in slightly more. He hasn't been as fluent away, but neither have our performances away from home.

Former Ipswich and Bury Town goalkeeper Pope’s journey from 4am milk rounds to the England squad "It's been a hard ride. But you have to prove yourself at every level to get to the next one." Now, after a revelatory campaign which has seen him register 10 clean sheets since taking over from the stricken Heaton in September, he is looking to make one last leap into new territory.

Downes Set to Win Fourth England U19s Cap - Ipswich Town News Blues midfielder Flynn Downes, who is currently on loan at Luton, could win his fourth England U19s cap this afternoon when the Young Lions face Hungary in the opening game of their European Championships elite qualifying mini-group in Skopje, Macedonia.

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