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A selection of the latest ITFC news and blog posts.
Bacon’s Bites: Warm the bench or play the game. From the Premier League to Non-League… It’s your choice! But back to the big bucks Premier League. In the recent Man City v Chelsea clash, that City won 6-0, I'm sorry to remind Chelsea fans, the list of 14 substitutes that afternoon could make a Premier League team on its own!
Lambert: Ndaba's Got Better and Better - Ipswich Town News Town manager Paul Lambert believes young defender Corrie Ndaba, who signed his first professional deal earlier this week, is another academy product who has a chance of making it with the Blues and has made progress this season. The 19-year-old penned a deal which runs to the summer of 2022 with Town having an option for a further season.
Lambert Not Yet Thinking About Keane and Judge's Long-Term Futures - Ipswich Town News Town boss Paul Lambert says he's in no immediate hurry to speak to Will Keane and Alan Judge regarding their futures with his thoughts currently dominated by the Blues' upcoming games.
Lambert: Two-Game Ban Too Harsh But No Regrets - Ipswich Town News Town boss Paul Lambert has no regrets regarding his actions during the flashpoint close to half-time in the East Anglian derby at Norwich earlier in the month but believes the two-match touchline ban he was handed this morning, along with a £3,000 fine, is harsh.
This club has lost left-footed defenders… it was impossible to lose another’ - Lambert on new pro Ndaba Paul Lambert believes defender Corrie Ndaba can have a big future at Ipswich after tying the youngster down to a professional deal.
Chalobah: We'll Know What to Do Even if Boss Isn't on the Touchline - Ipswich Town News Town will cope with the absence from the dugout of manager Paul Lambert over the next two league games against relegation rivals Wigan and Reading, loanee Trevoh Chalobah firmly believes.
Lambert: Chambers and Skuse Have a Massive Part to Play - Ipswich Town News Blues boss Paul Lambert says Luke Chambers and fellow veteran Cole Skuse will continue to have a "massive part to play" at the club, believing their careers still have a few years left to run and confirming that talks regarding the skipper's contract have started.
Chalobah: Derby and Stoke Draws Not Bad Results But We Need Wins - Ipswich Town News Teenager Trevoh Chalobah has stressed there is still plenty of belief in the Town ranks that they can pull off one of the greatest escapes of all time to avoid dropping into League One at the end of this season.
Lambert Admits Their Days Are Numbered The future of Cole Skuse and Luke Chambers lies mainly in the past, according to Ipswich boss Paul Lambert. They have both been very loyal servants to the Blues since they joined on freebies from Bristol City and Nottingham Forest respectively, more than six years ago.
Kings of Anglia - Lambert’s touchline ban, Judge’s future, ‘must win’ games and a big dose of the mailbag This week we discuss Paul Lambert's touchline ban, the trip to Wigan and look back at draws with Stoke and Derby. We also discuss the future of popular new signing Alan Judge. All recorded live from the Archant shower room. Plus, there's a big dollop of mailbag questions.
Ipswich Town vlogger to battle rival Norwich supporter on Channel 4 TV show An Ipswich Town vlogger has been invited onto a national football TV show that is set to air on Channel 4 - to take on a Norwich rival in a head-to-head challenge.
Collins and Chambers return to training but Huws and Adeyemi are still ‘way off it’ James Collins and Luke Chambers are back in training ahead of Ipswich Town’s visit to Wigan this weekend.
They could play for a hell of a lot more years… but time will always catch you’ – Lambert discusses futures of Chambers and Skuse They could play for a hell of a lot more years. "They still have a real part to play. They won't always play every single game because age and injury will always get you at some stage, but as role models and guys to look up to I wouldn't swap them for anybody.
Two games is too much… but I’d do it all again because I was right’ - Lambert on his touchline ban "No, I'd do it all again because I was right. That's why I don't have any regrets, no chance. "I won't take it and I won't let anybody belittle the club. I won't stand for what I heard or being manhandled by somebody who I didn't know who it was.
Exclusive Season Ticket Event At Forest Game Manager and legends to attend with free Portman Pie and drink on offer.
Team News V Wigan Boss delivers an injury update ahead of the trip to the DW Stadium.
Trevoh - Next Two Are Massive Wigan and Reading clashes particularly important says Blues midfielder.
Collins and Chambers Back in Training - Ipswich Town News Town central defensive duo James Collins and Luke Chambers are back in training ahead of Saturday's game at Wigan. Collins has missed the last four matches with a hamstring problem, while the Blues skipper has been suffering with a foot problem and has missed three of those games.
SIL preview: Henley look to keep momentum going after blowing title race open Henley Athletic blew the Suffolk and Ipswich League championship race wide open with their 3-0 win at Achilles last Saturday.
Paul Lambert: Ipswich Town boss handed two-match touchline ban after Norwich sending-off Ipswich manager Paul Lambert is handed a two-match touchline ban following angry scenes in the defeat to his former club Norwich.
Ipswich and Norwich fined as Paul Lambert is handed touchline ban Ipswich and Norwich have both been fined by the Football Association following their recent derby clash, with Town boss Paul Lambert receiving a touchline ban. - Ipswich and Norwich have both been fined by the Football Association following their recent derby clash, with Town boss Paul Lambert receiving a touchline.
Boss Given Touchline Ban "I trust my staff to do what I ask them to do. There will be no problem there," says Paul.
Norwich City hit with £25,000 FA fine for part in Ipswich Town derby day brawl An FA statement read: "Norwich City have been fined £25,000 and Ipswich Town have been fined £20,000 after accepting a charge for failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion during both the 45th and 90th minutes, as well as their officials in the 45th minute, of their Championship fixture on February 10, 2019.
Lambert and Town Fined and Boss Faces Two-Match Touchline Ban - Ipswich Town News Town boss Paul Lambert has been handed a two-match touchline ban and a £3,000 fine having accepted an FA misconduct charge following the incident in which he was red-carded just prior to half-time during the East Anglian derby at Norwich earlier this month.
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