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GALLERY: Relive Ipswich Town’s win over Burnley – plus ITFC webchat at 1pm this afternoon

10:51 12 November 2012

DJ Campbell and Carlos Edwards embrace

DJ Campbell and Carlos Edwards embrace

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Ipswich v Burnley: The rot is over.

DJ Campbell’s 87th minute winner gave Ipswich Town their first league home win since March 31 after a hard-fought 2-1 win over Burnley.

Mick McCarthy’s first match in charge at Portman Road ended on a successful note when Campbell prodded in Carlos Edwards’ precise cross after Daryl Murphy and Sam Vokes had swapped second half goals.

Now relive the fantastic win with our special gallery of photos from Saturday afternoon – just click on the link at the top right-hand-side of this page.

* PLUS get involved with our weekly hour-long Ipswich Town webchat on this site from 1pm today.

Are you still concerned about the threat of relegation? Where would you like to see McCarthy strengthen the side? Who do you feel needs to do more to impress the new boss? All this and much, much more...

7 comments

  • Talking of Budgies, although I hope they stay up this season I don't think they will.

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    Richard Gardiner

    Tuesday, November 13, 2012

  • Absolutely: the job of a journalist is to report things, not to attempt to influence them. Give McCarthy a chance.

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    Ken Hairy

    Monday, November 12, 2012

  • the rot is over, fantastic win, the mind boggles. OTBC

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    clever canary

    Monday, November 12, 2012

  • Not much to read in the norwich press for the clever budgie! Sorry canary.....NO i was right, he's a budgie

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    bald_mammoth

    Monday, November 12, 2012

  • @clever canary:- Why are you coming on here? thought your a Norwich fan? Or you want to be a Ipswich fan? sounds strange to me.

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    IpswichTownFC4Ever

    Monday, November 12, 2012

  • Here we go again. The poor chap has only been in charge for 3 games and you are already trying to stir things up. Give it a rest......

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    trueblue

    Monday, November 12, 2012

  • Clever Canary - Perhaps you should change your name to sick budgie, it would be far more appropriate.

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    Asitis

    Monday, November 12, 2012

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