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A selection of the latest ITFC news and blog posts.
Bryan Gunn recalls that air-kick ahead of Sunday's East Anglian derby EX-City goalkeeper Bryan Gunn - whose son Angus in now in goal for the Canaries - describes that fateful air-kick in Town's 2-1 win at Portman Road in 1996. - Town legends scoffs at Norwich striker's 'better club' claim. "To be fair I don't actually blame Robbie Ullathorne for that goal, I blame Mike Milligan!" Gunn recalls.
Preston North End Ticket details for the trip to Ipswich Town have now been confirmed. PNE travel to Portman Road on Saturday 4th November, with a 3pm kick-off. Tickets will go on sale at 9am on Tuesday 17th October 2017 and will be available online at MyPNE.Com, by calling 0344 856 1966 or in person from the ticket office.
U23 Report - Town 0 Palace 1 Tommy Smith plays 45 minutes as Town go down to a late spot-kick.
Town legend scoffs at Norwich striker’s ‘better club’ claim "Norwich will never, ever be a bigger club than Ipswich Town," scoffed Crawford, the 81-year-old having scored 218 goals for the Blues during the '50s and '60s. "Come on, we won the First Division in the biggest underdog success story in English football history.
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Love Football, Live Football Town support Suffolk FA initiative as build up to derby begins.
The East Anglian derby video debate - with Bailey, Davitt and Watson In sight of Portman Road, Michael Bailey hosted a three-part Facebook video debate with our chief correspondents - Ipswich Town writer Stuart Watson and Norwich City reporter Paddy Davitt. They gave their views on how their respective sides of the Waveney divide head into Sunday's derby.
U23 - Town V Palace Town's 23s take on Palace at Playford Road this afternoon.
Can you name all of Ipswich Town's goalscorers in the East Anglian derby from the last 20 years? Ipswich Town Ladies turned in another high class performance as they progressed to the second round of the Suffolk FA Women's Cup with an 11-0 pasting of Walsham-le-Willows.
Ipswich Town Ladies continue fine form with a huge cup win over Walsham PUBLISHED: 11:25 16 October 2017 - UPDATED: 11:25 16 October 2017. Coming off last week's big 8-1 win over local rivals Norwich City in the Anglian derby, the Blues, who have won the cup for the last three seasons, were once again on fire.
U23s Face Palace Looking to Return to Top Spot - Ipswich Town News Town's U23s will end the afternoon having returned to the top of the Professional Development League Two South table if they beat Crystal Palace at Playford Road and results elsewhere go in their favour.
'It's a terrific achievement' insists Heybridge Swifts striker Luke Callander Experienced front-man Callander, the former Chelmsford City, AFC Sudbury and Bishop's Stortford striker, bagged a brace of goals in the Swifts' 4-2 win at Haringey Borough in front of a 400-plus crowd at Coles Park on Saturday.
Norwich Striker: We're a Better Club - Ipswich Town News Norwich striker Nelson Oliveira has turned up the heat under next Sunday's East Anglian derby against the Blues at Portman Road by claiming the Canaries are "a better club" than Town with "better players".
We are a better club’ – Norwich City’s Nelson Oliveira says Canaries are better than Ipswich Town ahead of derby In a quote which is sure to be pinned up on Town's dressing room wall this week, Oliveira insisted that Norwich are heading to Portman Road next Sunday believing they are better than Ipswich and can win the game.
Ipswich Town v Norwich City - Join our interactive web chat and Facebook Live debate from 12.30pm East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star writer Stuart Watson will be hosting a live and interactive web chat right here at 12.30pm. Feel free to tweet him any questions or thoughts for inclusion in advance.
Fuller Flavour: Just look at all the clubs overtaking us – I’m jealous Before the above was written, I sat and looked long and hard at a blank canvas of a word document wondering where to begin. I've been down this road so many times now in the past year.
Stuart Watson's Sunday Verdict: Forget about form - Ipswich Town can beat Norwich City Ipswich Town host bitter rivals Norwich City at Portman Road this Sunday lunchtime. Can they beat the Canaries for the first time since 2009? You bet they can. This is probably not the comment you were expecting after the Blues were defeated 1-0 at Sheffield United on Saturday.
Give your player ratings following Ipswich Town's 1-0 defeat at Sheffield United The bright Blades dominated possession in the first half, but Town keeper Bartosz Bialkowski didn't have to make a save of note and both David McGoldrick and Martyn Waghorn had chances for the visitors. - McCarthy reacts to Town's defeat at Bramall Lane.
Moore Nets 10th Goal of Loan Spell - Ipswich Town News On-loan Blues striker Kieffer Moore netted his 10th goal of the season as Rotherham beat Scunthorpe 2-0 at the New York Stadium in League One.
Webster Bemoans Only Goal Blues defender returns to action, but was unhappy with the only goal.
McCarthy: We Were First to Blink - Ipswich Town News Boss Mick McCarthy felt the Blues were the ones to blink and concede "a very poor goal" after Town's 1-0 defeat at Sheffield United. Chris Basham headed home the winner in the 49th minute. "I'm pretty annoyed we've lost the game," McCarthy said.
'We've got to get a result against one of the better sides,' admits McCarthy after Sheffield United defeat All six of their wins have come against bottom-half sides, while they have come up short against Sheffield United, Bristol City, Leeds, Fulham and QPR. A tough period continues with the visit of Norwich City to Portman Road on Sunday, while high-flying Cardiff and Preston are also coming up.
Boss: Fine Margins Boss looking for Town to bounce back in derby after narrow defeat at high flying Blades.
Stuart says: Seven observations from Ipswich Town's 1-0 defeat at Sheffield United Sheffield United are flying. They won League One with 100 points last season, while this was their eighth Championship win from 11th. They are now joint-top. Just twice have Chris Wilder's men lost a league game at Bramall Lane this season. It's slightly depressing to see a side come up from League One and overtake a Town side treading water.
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