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Paul Taylor, right.

POLL: Ipswich Town’s Frank Nouble is flying after being sent to Coventry, while Paul Taylor is ‘story of Rotherham’s season’

Frank Nouble is the latest Blues player to star for his temporary employers. CHRIS BRAMMER finds out more about his form and that of three other Ipswich Town loanees

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Tommy Smith

POLL: Tommy Smith still has plenty to contribute at Ipswich Town, says Mick McCarthy

Mick McCarthy has assured Ipswich Town supporters that they have not seen the last of fans’ favourite Tommy Smith.

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Daryl Murphy scores Towns second goal.
Ipswich Town v Brighton   at Portman Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, UK on 16 September 2014. Picture: Steve Waller

Ipswich Town boss: ‘It will take a fabulous strike to beat Daryl Murphy’s goal at end-of-season awards’

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy is expecting the goals to keep flowing for in-form Daryl Murphy after the striker’s stunning finish sealed the Blues’ victory over Brighton on Tuesday.

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Jack Collison in action for Ipswich's Under-21 side

Jack Collison mulling over contract offer from Ipswich Town

Jack Collison is mulling over a contract offer from Ipswich Town and could make a decision in the next 24 hours.

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Daryl Murphy celebrates his strike

VIDEO: Watch Ipswich Town’s Daryl Murphy score a thunderbolt against Brighton

Red hot striker Daryl Murphy sealed Ipswich Town’s second straight 2-0 win with a thunderbolt of a goal last night - which you can watch here!

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U's boss Tony Humes, has completed the loan signing of striker Rhys Healy from Cardiff City

Colchester United snap up striker Rhys Healy on loan deal

Colchester United have boosted their attacking options with the signing of Rhys Healy, on loan from Cardiff City.

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    Jake Reed scoring for Lowestoft last season - something he'll look to do now this season after re-signing for the Trawlerboys from AFC Sudbury

    Dramatic twist of events sees Suffolk non-league hotshot Jake Reed make a sensational return to Lowestoft Town just three months after signing for AFC Sudbury

    In a dramatic twist of events, hotshot Suffolk non-league striker Jake Reed has made a sensational return to Lowestoft Town after leaving AFC Sudbury, a little over three months after departing Crown Meadow for the Wardale Williams Stadium.

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    Leiston St Margarets' long-standing John Barker receiving his Volunteer of the Year Award from the Suffolk FA at Portman Road on Tuesday evening

    Old faces and new beginnings to a much-changed but familiar-looking Leiston St Margarets in the Touchline Suffolk & Ipswich League. New player-manager Gary Lambert is content with his side’s start and pays tribute to a club legend who has been recognised in the community after more than 60 years of service.

    After somewhat of a surreal summer which saw former manager Mark Banthorpe depart, and in doing so, leave just eight players at the club’s first pre-season training sessions, it’s fair to say it’s been a bit of a frenetic start for Touchline SIL Senior side Leiston St Margarets.

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    No panic buttons just yet: Whitton United boss Paul Bugg

    Whitton United boss Paul Bugg certainly not pressing any panic buttons yet after slow start to life in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division. Just one win from six and a shock FA Cup exit leaves Whitton in 17th position but Bugg has confidence his side will get into some rhythm and find their feet in their new environment.

    Despite sitting in a precarious 17th position as things stand in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division, Whitton United boss Paul Bugg believes that he has already seen enough in his side to move up and out of the bottom breaches of the league and into the mid-table berths.

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