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Boss Delighted With New Recruits Anthony did great when he came on. He gave us a spark and livened the stadium up"

Kayden - An Incredible Moment Blues forward on dramatic winner under the lights at Portman Road.

Boss Salutes Never Say Die Attitude "I have said before, we are a big team in this league and teams will raise their game but we have to deal with it"

'Squad looks a lot more healthier…we'll see if there's more' - Lambert delighted to sign trio and doesn't rule out more additions Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert hasn't ruled out making more additions after the club signed Kane Vincent-Young, Anthony Georgiou and Will Keane this week.

Player ratings: How the Ipswich Town players performed in the dramatic 2-1 victory over AFC Wimbledon In truth the Czech stopper had little to do in the first period, other than pick the ball out of his net - a goal he could do little about. Had little to do in the second period too mopped up well enough on a couple of occasions as balls came into the box.

'The emotion of crowd drove us forwards' - Lambert on last-gasp win against AFC Wimbledon That's rubbish, it's poor. If you can't celebrate a last minute winner then it takes the emotion out of football. And emotion is 90% of the game." Reflecting on the win - eight points from the opening four matches putting Town fifth in the early League One standings - Lambert said: "We were relentless in the second half.

'It was the right call… There's logic behind it' - Lambert on why he rested captain Chambers "There's logic behind it. It was the right decision."

Lambert: We Were Relentless in the Second Half - Ipswich Town News Town boss Paul Lambert felt his team were relentless in the second half as they came from behind to beat AFC Wimbledon 2-1 at Portman Road. Kayden Jackson netted the winner deep in injury time as the Blues scored late for the second game running to claim their first home victory of the season.

Blue Monday - New Podcast Now Online - Ipswich Town News A new podcast from the Blue Monday team is now available. Photo: Action Images.

Stu says: Five observations following Ipswich Town's 2-1 win against AFC Wimbledon Kayden Jackson scored deep into stoppage-time to secure Ipswich Town a 2-1 win against AFC Wimbledon at Portman Road. STUART WATSON gives his thoughts.

Ipswich Town 2-1 AFC Wimbledon: Jackson scores dramatic winner as Blues come from behind to raise Portman Road roof Kayden Jackson lashed home a dramatic late winner deep into stoppage time as the Blues came from a goal down to beat AFC Wimbledon this evening.

Ipswich Town 2-1 AFC Wimbledon - Match Report - Ipswich Town News Kayden Jackson’s goal deep, deep in injury time saw Town come from behind to claim a dramatic 2-1 victory over AFC Wimbledon at Portman Road. The Dons went ahead via Nesta Guinness-Walker in the 41st minute in a poor first period from the Blues.

Ipswich Town 0-1 AFC Wimbledon - Half-Time - Ipswich Town News Nesta Guinness-Walker窶冱 41st minute goal has given AFC Wimbledon a 1-0 half-time lead over Town at Portman Road. Skipper Luke Chambers dropped to the bench as Blues boss Paul Lambert made three changes for the first ever visit of AFC Wimbledon.

Chambers Drops to Bench as Blues Face AFC Wimbledon - Ipswich Town News Skipper Luke Chambers drops to the bench as Blues boss Paul Lambert makes three changes for the first ever visit of AFC Wimbledon. Lambert hinted on Saturday after the 2-2 draw at Peterborough, in which the skipper headed a last-gasp equaliser, that he would look to rest Chambers on occasion.

Will Back As A Blue Keane signs one-year contract with another year option.

Will - Thrilled To Return My time here last season was the biggest factor in me signing"

Will Keane: Ipswich Town re-sign striker on one-year deal League One side Ipswich Town re-sign former Manchester United striker Will Keane on an initial one-year deal.

Ipswich's Willis offers parking to Ed Sheeran fans heading to Chantry Park About 500 extra car parking spaces have been made available in Ipswich town centre for music fans heading to Ed Sheeran's concerts at Chantry Park over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Under-23s: Ipswich Town fixture moved Leeds United's Under-23s clash with Ipswich Town, originally scheduled for Monday 26th August, has been brought forward. The game will now take place on Friday 23rd August at Ipswich Town's Training Ground, Playford Road. The Whites made a winning start in the Professional Development League, with a 3-2 win against Millwall on Monday.

Keane Delighted to Be Back - Ipswich Town News Returning striker Will Keane says he’s delighted to be back at Portman Road having signed a one-year deal with an option for a further season. “I spoke to quite a few clubs and there was interest there but I knew if I could sort a deal here this is the best place for me, ” he told iFollow Ipswich.

Keane returns to Portman Road as the Blues announce another signing Town sign striker Will Keane ahead of tonight's match with AFC Wimbledon.

Keane Rejoins Town - Ipswich Town News Town have announced the re-signing of striker Will Keane on a one-year contract with an option of a further season. Keane initially moved to Portman Road on loan from Hull City in January and scored three goals in nine starts and two sub appearances but spent much of his time in Suffolk on the sidelines due to a hamstring injury.

ITFC Sweden Donate £235 to Beattie Statue Campaign - Ipswich Town News ITFC Sweden and its members have donated £235 to The Beat Goes On, the campaign raising funds for a statue of Blues legend Kevin Beattie. Chairman Niklas Nygårds says Beattie, who died in September last year aged 64, was someone the Swedish Blues got to know well over the years on their visits to Portman Road.

Trust Launches New Player Programme Across Suffolk Open trials throughout venues in Suffolk and beyond.

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