Rick Andrews has this evening announced his resignation as manager of Stowmarket Town, which will come as a big surprise to all those interested and involved in the non-league scene in Suffolk.
Football writer Carl Marston assesses the latest go-ahead for ‘non-elite’ non-league after lockdown2 is ended on December 2
Football writer Carl Marston talks to non-league managers about their approach to lockdown, and when they think the season will finally resume
Football writer Carl Marston reviews the non-league season so far, and predicts what will happen after the leagues hopefully resume when lockdown ends
Non-league football begins it’s month-long lockdown with the future uncertain and many clubs left scratching their heads.
Non-league football in Suffolk and most of the country will come to an end on Thursday until Wednesday, December 2.
Football writer Carl Marston talks to Bury Town chairman Russell Ward and managers Mark Morsley (AFC Sudbury) and Rick Andrews (Stowmarket Town) about the suspension of the non-league season
Non-league football, below Step Two, looks set to be halted from this Thursday onwards until at least the next four weeks, into early December,
Ipswich Wanderers surrendered a 2-0 lead to bow out of the FA Vase in disappointing fashion, losing 3-2 at the hands of Norwich CBS this afternoon.
Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert says he can’t wait for his team to be able to feed off the adrenaline of a crowd.
Ipswich Town will be able to welcome back 2,000 supporters for the visit of Portsmouth on December 12 after the county was placed in Tier 2 of the government’s new coronavirus plan.
A leading Ipswich Town supporters group has called for Paul Lambert’s tenure to come to an end by leaving a large banner hung to the gates of the club’s training ground.
In the fourth in our series celebrating the 40th anniversary of Ipswich Town’s UEFA Cup winning campaign of 1980-81, CARL MARSTON talks to skipper Mick Mills about the home demolition of Widzew Lodz
Former Ipswich Town manager and player, George Burley, has hailed Diego Maradona as “the best player” he ever played against, even though the Argentine was only 18 at the time.
In our latest ‘Your Posts’, MATTHEW FRANCIS takes a look at Town’s young brigade. We welcome your posts.
Former Ipswich Town boss Paul Hurst has been made the early favourite for the vacancy at Shrewsbury Town.
MIKE BACON takes a look at life at Portman Road. And wonders what the future holds for Town’s young stars
Ipswich Town’s 100 per cent home record in League One came to a shuddering halt courtesy of a 3-0 loss to Hull City last night. STUART WATSON gives his thoughts.
Football writer Carl Marston talks to ex-Ipswich Town centre-half Tommy Smith about whether a return to Portman Road was likely, and his new life at Colchester United