With no games to look forward to it’s the memories of action gone by that can fill our minds for now, and we can reflect on those good times that various games and players delivered to us, writes Karl Fuller.
Another poor week for Ipswich Town that only serves to continue the theme of the poor week previously, writes Karl Fuller. I’ve really given up now on so many fronts, including asking how much worse it can get. The real question has to be when will it start getting any better?
Can we just go straight to penalties tonight please? I’m already fearing another 1-1 and the thought of prolonging matters until a predictable penalty shoot-out is not overly appealing, writes Karl Fuller.
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.
It’s a very happy anniversary for this EADT/Ipswich Star column today. First launched on September 24, 2012, it has overseen a period which in the main, has not been the happiest in our history, writes Karl Fuller.
The weekend closed with yours truly sitting on cloud nine, writes Karl Fuller. How much of that was to do with Town being top of the league and how much was for Ben Stokes’ exhilarating performance to keep England’s Ashes hopes alive, I’m not too sure!
One more week and we can kiss goodbye to this most horrendous of all seasons and I for one cannot wait, writes Karl Fuller. We just need to be put out of our misery once and for all and next Sunday night cannot come soon enough!
Me and my big mouth. That we lost 4-0 at Preston can probably be attributed to a comment I made in last week’s column when comparing this season’s relegation with others experienced in my lifetime as a Town fan.
My first column of the season three weeks ago talked of a road ahead of hope rather than a cul-de-sac of apathy leading us back to where we always seemingly start. Do I still stand by that statement? You bet I do!
They are right when they say that football is a funny old game. Last week, many of us were bemoaning the performance in victory against Bolton Wanderers and this week, we’re praising the performance in defeat at Leeds United!