Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert hasn’t ruled out a free agent signing following the news that striker Freddie Sears will be sidelined for up to a year with the knee injury sustained in Sunday’s East Anglian derby 3-0 defeat at Norwich City.
Ipswich Town are to complain to the FA about boss Paul Lambert’s treatment by a Norwich City steward in the brawl which saw him sent off in the ill-tempered derby clash on Sunday, Sky Sports have reported.
Paul Lambert spent three years in charge of Norwich City (2009-12), guiding them from League One to a mid-table Premier League finish. On Sunday he returns to Carrow Road as manager of Ipswich Town for a top versus bottom Championship clash. Here’s what the Scot had to say ahead of the East Anglian derby (12pm ko).
Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert is hopeful that injured defensive duo Luke Chambers and James Collins will be fit in time for Sunday’s East Anglian derby at Norwich City and seems to have ruled out a return to action for wantaway left-back Jonas Knudsen.
Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert is keen to add some Championship experience to his relegation-battling squad as soon as possible in January. In part one of this feature, STUART WATSON looks at some midfielders who fit the bill.
Colchester United writer Carl Marston reported on every one of Paul Lambert’s 43 games in charge of the U’s, in 2008-09. Here he reflects on the Lambert era, and what Town fans can expect from their new boss.
Ipswich Town boss Paul Hurst has responded to criticism surrounding his decision to leave two World Cup players on the bench and admitted he may put Bartosz Bialkowski back in goal at Leeds United tomorrow night.
After two weeks off, there will be just five more games until the next international break – a stage in the campaign where owners often assess their options. Stuart Watson looks at Town’s upcoming clashes.