The honeymoon is over for Paul Lambert. He still has the support of Town fans, but the unquestioning belief in everything he does or says has been replaced by a more challenging attitude, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.
There are two sentences I am longing to hear this season, writes North Stander Terry Hunt. The first is "Ipswich are unchanged," and the second is "the Tractor Boys produced a superb 90-minute performance."
In an ideal world, the 906 incredible souls who travelled 230 miles to Rochdale and back would be treated to a festival of football. After all, they equated for almost a third of the crowd at the Crown Oil Arena, writes Dave Gooderham.
Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert met the media this morning with his side riding a two-game losing streak ahead of their trip to struggling Southend this weekemd - and you can watch his press conference back here.
I can understand the sentiment, I really can. It goes something like this: "If you had said we would be second after 13 games and with a game in hand to go top, I would have taken that", writes Dave Gooderham.
Another weekend goes by and another Town win. The last remaining unbeaten side in the EFL, a difficult away game ticked off and another game closer to reaching the record set in 1980/81 for the longest unbeaten start to a season.
Ipswich Town are second favourites for promotion from League One in their return to the third tier next season. Mark Heath looks at the current odds, and the other sides who are expected to push the Blues next campaign.
It hasn't been great. You don't have to tell Town fan STEVE MELLEN. Like many, he's tired of the change and the merry-go-round at Portman Road... But let's not count the sorrows, be positive - and who knows? Here, he brings you a short tale!