Ipswich Town midfielder Cole Skuse is taking his first steps in the world of coaching.
Former Sunderland and England striker Kevin Phillips has revealed just how close he came to joining Ipswich Town, during an interview with the Benjamin Bloom Football Channel.
Town fan KARL FULLER takes a look back at Town’s win on Saturday as well as looks forward to filling up his new ITFC sticker album
Ipswich Town fans could be back inside Portman Road as soon as next month after the government announced the latest easing of coronavirus restrictions.
Football writer Carl Marston looks back on this week in Town’s history, and discovers a few interesting new arrivals during the last week of November
Ipswich Town midfielder Emyr Huws says he ‘loves the club and would love to stay’, but admits he’s got work to do if he’s going to be offered a new contract.
North Stander TERRY HUNT casts his eye over Town’s late win against Shrewsbury and he’s not impressed.
A late Town winner but mixed thoughts from Town fans on social media this weekend
Ipswich Town invited 20 older supporters to be virtual mascots for yesterday’s match against Shrewsbury.
Jack Lankester was disappointed he wasn’t able to celebrate his dramatic winning goal in front of a packed North Stand, but he did at least get to share the moment with one of his closest childhood friends.
Shrewsbury Town boss Sam Ricketts claimed his side should have been awarded three first-half penalties at Portman Road on Saturday and Ipswich were ‘very lucky to win’.
Jack Lankester’s late winner gave Town all three points against Shrewsbury at Portman Road on Saturday.
Ipswich Town beat Shrewsbury 2-1 yesterday. Andy Warren looks at the events surrounding the game.
Ipswich Town came from behind to beat Shrewsbury 2-1 at Portman Road yesterday, Jack Lankester scoring the winner deep into stoppage-time. STUART WATSON gives his thoughts on the action.
Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert believes his team ‘got their rewards’ when Jack Lankester scored deep into stoppage-time to secure a 2-1 home win against Shrewsbury at Portman Road this afternoon.
Ipswich Town came from behind to beat Shrewsbury 2-1 this afternoon. Andy Warren hands out his player grades.R
Ipswich Town never got going this afternoon and were hugely fortunate to claim three points from their clash with Shrewsbury.
Ipswich Town are in action against Shrewsbury Town this afternoon - kick-off 3pm.
Paul Lambert is excited to have his four strikers fit at the same time and believes the returning forwards can give Ipswich added threat in front of goal.
Ipswich Town begin a run of three successive home games with the visit of Shrewsbury Town this weekend. ANDY WARREN looks ahead to the game.
Paul Lambert believes the criticism of Celtic boss Neil Lennon is ‘way over the top’.
Football writer CARL MARSTON casts his eye over Shrewsbury Town, today’s visitors to Portman Road
Ipswich Town striker James Norwood’s claim of scoring ‘the best goal I’ve ever scored’ in training this week has been backed up by team-mate Jon Nolan.
Brett McGavin has been backed to fill the boots of suspended midfielder Andre Dozzell at the base of the Ipswich Town midfield.
Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert has scored his side’s start to the season 7/10 as the Blues prepare for three vital home games.
Paul Lambert has revealed two more members of his squad have been ruled out by injury ahead of this weekend’s game with Shrewsbury.
Ipswich Town captain Luke Chambers recently moved into the club’s top 10 all-time league appearance makers. ANDY WARREN spoke to him about the achievement.
Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert will now be able to use five substitutes in games for the rest of the season.
It’s a huge week ahead for Ipswich Town. MIKE BACON says the Blues needs to be bullish and set their own agenda...
Ipswich Town striker Kayden Jackson believes he has the attributes to play one of the wide forward roles.
More than 2,000 readers voted in our Ipswich Town season so far polls. Here are the results...
In the second of this series, following on from his top five keepers, football writer Carl Marston compiles his top five Ipswich Town right-backs of the last 40 years