David McGoldrick reflected on a satisfactory night for himself and Ipswich Town, after he scored both goals in the Blues’ 2-0 Carabao Cup win at Luton Town.
Come on Town, give us all something to shout about again!
Summer signing Joe Garner scored his sixth goal of pre-season as Ipswich Town defeated Colchester United, 1-0, in a friendly at the Weston Homes Community Stadium on Tuesday evening.
Ipswich Town managing director Ian Milne says the club’s hierarchy have listened to the concerns of supporters and ex-players regarding a lack of entertainment value at Portman Road.
Thank goodness that’s over with.
Ipswich Town picked up a deserved point from a 1-1 draw with play-off chasing Leeds United, at Portman Road, this afternoon.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy says he can’t wait to see what new signing Danny Rowe can do once he’s fully fit.
AFC Sudbury were comprehensively beaten by a team who were quicker, more determined and slicker in front of goal and, had it not been for goalkeeper Marcus Garnham, would have conceded more.
Ipswich Town have got a serious case of the blues and it’s hard to see what’s going to snap them out of it.
Ryman Premier League side Leiston forced a replay in the FA Trophy, securing a draw with a 90th-minute penalty.
Mick McCarthy bullishly insists he’s done a good job as Ipswich Town manager and believes he ‘deserves’ the backing of supporters during this ‘tough time’.
Ipswich Town began life seemingly without Daryl Murphy with a scrappy 1-0 home win over Preston North End, this afternoon, moving up to 11th in the Championship table.
Ipswich Town fans got a taste of what might have been, as the Blues ended their campaign on a high at the i-Pro Stadium.
Leicester City’s remarkable footballing fairytale should give hope to clubs up and down the land – including Ipswich Town.
Ipswich Town’s under 21s ended their season with a 2-0 loss to Millwall at Playford Road this afternoon.
After nearly 50 years as a diehard Town supporter Terry Hunt thought he’d experienced every possible emotion. But on Tuesday evening at Portman Road, he endured a new one – toe-curling embarrassment.
It’s fair to say that, just recently, Mick McCarthy has become a bit of a “Marmite’’ figure for the fans.
Ipswich Town striker Brett Pitman is fed up of being labelled a ‘super-sub’.
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Reports from this weekend’s Suffolk Senior Cup.
A Craig Parker hat-trick and two goals from Jordan Blackwell inspired AFC Sudbury to their second 5-2 victory of the season, at the Wardale Williams Stadium, last night.
Blues boss Mick McCarthy refused to criticise his players after this defeat but will surely be disappointed at the manner in which his team surrendered top spot in the Championship.
A winless August may have dashed all memories of the spectacular escape from relegation in May. For some, those champagne bubbles may have finally popped.
One man’s misfortune is another man’s gain.
Ipswich Town Ladies lifted the Suffolk FA Women’s Cup for the fifth time on Tuesday, after a 2-0 win over AFC Sudbury.
Miles Powell fired Whitton United into their first Suffolk Premier Cup Final with a dramatic semi-final winner against AFC Sudbury at Bloomfields last night.
Ipswich Wanderers manager Glenn Read, along with the majority of those watching, were left to wonder how the visitors had salvaged a point from a game that could and should have been wrapped up before the half-time whistle.
Luke Austin came off the bench to break Brantham hearts with a corking late winner for Walsham-le-Willows at Summer Road on Saturday.