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I have supported Ipswich Town since April 27, 1968, when I made my first visit to Portman Road to watch the Blues draw 2-2 with QPR. From that moment, I was well and truly hooked.
My dear old granny used to love to hate Mick McManus.
In today’s look back at famous derby days of the past, TERRY HUNT remembers the ‘Destruction Derby’, a remarkable 5-0 triumph back in February 1998.
In the latest of our nostalgia series looking back at great moments in the history of the East Anglian derby, today sees us arrive at perhaps the most iconic moment of all...
Continuing our look back at great derby day wins for Ipswich, today we transport you back to December 1993 – and a last minute own goal which had Blues fans celebrating..
Leeds must be counting themselves very lucky to have left Portman Road with a point on Saturday. They certainly didn’t deserve it.
Lifelong Ipswich Town fan Terry Hunt completes his look at the top 100 players to ever play for Town with his top ten, starting with Terry Butcher
Lifelong Town fan Terry Hunt continues his look at Town’s best 100 players, starting today with Kieron Dyer at number 20
Lifelong Ipswich Town fan Terry Hunt continues his rundown of the Blues’ best 100 players, starting today with Danny Hegan at number 30.
Lifelong Town fan Terry Hunt continues his countdown of the Blues best 100 players, starting today with Fabian Wilnis at number 40.
Terry Hunt continues his daily countdown of Ipswich’s greatest-ever 100 players, starting with Hermann Hreidarsson at number 50.
We are approaching halfway now as Terry Hunt picks his top 100 Ipswich Town players of all time.
In the second of a new daily series, lifetime Ipswich fan TERRY HUNT continues his countdown of Town’s top 100 players of all time, starting with permed predator Ian Marshall.
You may not think it at the moment, but Ipswich Town have a rich history of fielding some fantastic players.
Half a century on, can England still learn lessons from Sir Alf Ramsey, our country’s greatest ever manager? TERRY HUNT thinks they can....
Experts up and down the land are hailing Leicester City’s extraordinary triumph as the greatest against-all-odds achievement in the history of English football. But is it?
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.
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