The View From Churchmans

Ipswich Town home match reports from just another season-ticket holder


Ipswich Town 1 Norwich City 5

It's hard to know what to say. In some ways, for the fans at least, I think it could be argued that this was the worst result in the club's history. If that sounds far-fetched, was (for example) losing 0-9 at Old Trafford, with the club clearly way out of its depth, any worse than this? At least it was a good day out, like the Chelsea cup ... More...

Ipswich Town 3 Middlesbrough 3

Just as those on the fence were wondering about renewing their season tickets (but you knew you'd give in eventually, didn't you?), comes this belter of a match, the first six-goal game at Portman Road for well over three years. True, four or five of the goals were down to defensive errors, but as we were all queueing up to tell Mr. Keane, we don't come to a ... More...

Ipswich Town 2 Crystal Palace 1

A glorious April afternoon, a ticket promotion and an impressive away support of over 1,600 combined to produce what I think is Portman Road's first league crowd of over 24,000 since 2009, but the atmosphere was already a little end-of-term, and the team's performance was slightly flat. Indeed, Palace can think themselves unlucky not to have got a point or more; they had as many shots on goal, ... More...


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