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It was a day which united and was celebrated by fans of two clubs hundreds of miles apart – but does Sir Bobby Robson Day have to be a one off?
Ask Ipswich Town fans what Sir Bobby Robson means to them and you will get an instant response.
Everyone has an opinion on Sir Bobby Robson, the man who provides an unlikely link between East Anglia and the North East.
The football manager synonymous with Ipswich Town and Newcastle United will be celebrated by both clubs when they play each other in the EFL Championship on Easter Monday.
Bury Town were left licking their wounds after multiple chances to take the win against Romford.
The relegation fears for Melford still loom large after a below par performance against a Walsham le Willows team they defeated earlier in the season.
The semi-final of the Bob Coleman Cup saw holders Achilles book themselves a place in the final when they beat Kesgrave by a single goal.
Ipswich may have broken out of their run of straight draws – but a 3-1 defeat isn’t really much to shout about.
Ipswich Town have finally recorded a result which is not a draw.
Achilles gave visiting Westerfield United no chance of claiming some of the spoils in the pair’s Suffolk and Ipswich League match on Saturday.
Ipswich Wanderers conceded their first league goals in four matches as Thetford left The Doucy with a comfortable victory in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.
Two goals at the end of either half from the league’s leading scorer Matt Blake gave Glenn Driver’s Leiston side three precious points in their quest for a play off berth.
There’s no getting away from it – regardless of what happens on the pitch this weekend, season ticket prices will still be the talk of the Town.
Ipswich managed to preserve their unbeaten run – just – on Saturday, but are still looking for that elusive win.
It’s a trip up to South Yorkshire for Blues fans today – and they’ll hope to return with three points in the bag.
It’s all over for Alex Neil at Norwich City.
Yes, February was good for Ipswich Town, but now fans are starting to want to experience that winning feeling again.
If Ipswich Town are still performing in a manner which does nothing to entice you to games, why not try out something different?
A fourth successive 1-1 draw needs to be followed up by a Blues victory – doesn’t it?
Ipswich Town were looking to grab some much needed wins to propel the club up the EFL Championship table, but had to settle with a 1-1 draw with Brentfood today.
Can the positivity Ipswich managed to generate during February carry on into March?
Town fans were in good voice at Carrow Road on Sunday as Ipswich came away from the East Anglian Derby with a 1-1 draw.
It was billed as one of the biggest games of the year for Ipswich Town.
Has ever an Ipswich-Norwich derby game been so hotly anticipated?
It is one of the most hotly anticipated games of the season for football fans in Suffolk and Norfolk.
With Ipswich on a good run of form, Leeds United visit Portman Road looking to derail their hopes of continuing some upwards momentum.
A good week for Ipswich Town saw them pick up four points from two games when some people thought they might get none at all.
After a creditable draw against high-flying Reading, Ipswich Town have another tough game against Aston Villa this Saturday.
Tom Lawrence – to use modern football parlance – is on fire. Ipswich Town’s greatest-ever loanee? Surely that is now beyond doubt.
It has certainly been an unforgettable debut season for the Suffolk Saxons in the National Badminton League but it has ended without an appearance in the showpiece final on Wednesday.