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Leeds United v Ipswich Town Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Championship game between Leeds United and Ipswich Town.
South-West Branch Meeting Up to Watch Leeds Match - Ipswich Town News The South-West Branch of the Supporters Club will be meeting up in Bristol to watch Wednesday's game at Leeds with the match live on Sky Sports. All Town fans are welcome to join them at the King Street Brew House, Welsh Back, Bristol BS1 4RR. Photo: Action Images.
Hurst Aiming to Surprise Doubters at Leeds - Ipswich Town News Under-pressure Town boss Paul Hurst admits few people will be expecting his table-propping side to take anything from Wednesday's game against fourth-placed Leeds United at Elland Road.
On this day in Town history: Paul Mariner sent off and Happy Birthday Dave Johnson In our daily feature, we take a look at what happened on this day in Ipswich Town’s history – and today includes two unbeaten home runs and Paul Mariner seeing red.
Pay Respects To Beat Fans invited to salute a Town legend as Kevin Beattie's funeral procession passes down Portman Road on Friday.
Hurst: No Regrets on Summer Transfer Policy - Ipswich Town News Blues manager Paul Hurst insists his summer policy of largely bringing in players from the lower leagues was the right approach, despite admitting that Town are firmly in a relegation battle. Hurst signed 12 players during the close season, seven of them from Leagues One and Two.
Hurst: Players Need to Be Brave and Show Character - Ipswich Town News Manager Paul Hurst says his players have to be brave and show character to get the Blues out of their current situation. Town, who face fourth-placed Leeds at Elland Road tomorrow, sit bottom of the Championship having won only once this season.
Sears Has No Problem With Holland Speaking Out - Ipswich Town News Town striker Freddie Sears says he has no problem with former players having their say on the club's current plight, which sees them bottom of the Championship table and with just one win from 14 games in all competitions this season under new boss Paul Hurst.
Leeds United v Ipswich Town: New dad Pontus Jansson unlikely to start with outing 'premature' for Barry Douglas NEW dad Pontus Jansson is unlikely to start for Leeds United in Wednesday night's Championship hosting of Ipswich Town for which head coach Marcelo Bielsa says it would be risky to play the back-from-injury Barry Douglas.
Big interview: Freddie Sears on Ipswich Town fighting relegation, rumours of discontent and Hurst’s methods PUBLISHED: 14:36 23 October 2018 - UPDATED: 14:36 23 October 2018. Stuart Watson. Q: Saturday was obviously a painful watch for the Town fans. What was that one like to play in? A: Tough, frustrating… I don't think there were many positives to be honest, which is disappointing after the result we had before the international break.
Sears: Tough for New Boys - Ipswich Town News Freddie Sears has bemoaned the close season loss of so many experienced players from the Town squad inherited by new boss Paul Hurst from predecessor Mick McCarthy. Asked if the current squad contained enough players of Championship quality and know-how, the 28-year-old striker said: "I'm not sure, to be honest.
Hurst: There’s Lots of Things at This Football Club That I Would Change - Ipswich Town News Boss Paul Hurst believes a lot needs to change at Town - regardless of who is sitting in the managerial hotseat - for the club to progress and have a realistic chance of promotion to the Premier League.
Sears: I Prefer to Play in Front Two - Ipswich Town News Town striker Freddie Sears admits he would prefer to be operating alongside another front player, rather than in the isolated role preferred by boss Paul Hurst.
Boss - Need A Reaction Brave approach needed as Blues look to bounce back says Paul.
Boss Accepts The Criticism Part and parcel of the job says Paul in first tough spell as a manager.
A different voice can be beneficial’ - Hurst confirms coach Hogg is working with first-team Paul Hurst believes a ‘different voice’ can benefit his Ipswich Town side after confirming Chris Hogg has stepped up to help coach the first team.
Leeds United v Ipswich Town: Press Conference LIVE BLOG All the latest from Thorp Arch as Whites head coach Marcelo Bielsa faces the media ahead of Wednesday night's Championship clash against Ipswich at Elland Road.
Hurst: To My Knowledge Talk of Other Managers is Hearsay - Ipswich Town News Blues boss Paul Hurst says claims that owner Marcus Evans is sounding out other managers is "hearsay" as far as he is aware and is something he has "no control over". Hurst also said he is yet to speak to Evans since Saturday's 2-0 home defeat to QPR.
People do not have the full story’ – Hurst on why World Cup players are in reserve and make-up of back four Ipswich Town boss Paul Hurst has responded to criticism surrounding his decision to leave two World Cup players on the bench and admitted he may put Bartosz Bialkowski back in goal at Leeds United tomorrow night.
There are lots of things at this football club I would change’ - full transcript as Hurst questions Town’s direction Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst discussed playing style, signings, the role of senior players and changes required at Ipswich Town during his press conference this morning.
Hogg Working as First-Team Coach - Ipswich Town News Town boss Paul Hurst has confirmed that U23s assistant manager Chris Hogg is now working with the senior side as first-team coach. Hogg, 33, previously spent time with the first team late last season as an assistant to caretaker-boss Bryan Klug alongside U23s manager Gerard Nash following Mick McCarthy's departure.
Hurst Planning Changes at Leeds - Ipswich Town News Town boss Paul Hurst says he will make changes to his side when they face Leeds at Elland Road on Wednesday and confirmed he is considering which of his goalkeepers to field. Hurst says he has no injuries ahead of the game with only the longer-term absentees and Myles Kenlock sidelined at present.
To my knowledge that’s kind of hearsay’ – Hurst responds to Holland’s claim Evans is lining up a replacement To my knowledge that's kind of hearsay. If it's the case then only a couple of people will know whether that's true or not. "I understand what Matt's standing is here. It's a club he clearly cares about. I understand he was interested in the role.
Kevin Beattie funeral procession to pass by Portman Road in final farewell Ipswich Town fans will be given a chance to pay their respects to club legend Kevin Beattie as his funeral procession drives past Portman Road on Friday, October 26.
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