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PUBLISHED: 13:18 16 April 2018 | UPDATED: 13:18 16 April 2018

Bryan Klug is in caretaker charge of Ipswich Town until the end of the season. Photo: Pagepix

Bryan Klug is in caretaker charge of Ipswich Town until the end of the season. Photo: Pagepix

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The search for the 16th permanent manager in Ipswich Town’s 82-year professional history is underway.

What type of boss do you want to see replace Mick McCarthy at Portman Road? Should the Blues take a calculated risk in an attempt to capture the imagination or is Championship experience required given the limited budget?

Plenty of names have already been linked to the job and we want to know who you want in the hot seat next season.

EADT and Ipswich Star sports editor Mark Heath will sit down with Blues reporters Stuart Watson and Andy Warren for a live video discussion on our Facebook page at 12.30pm, with a live web chat following right here immediately after.

Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans has spoken for the first time about the hunt for a new Blues boss.

A new favourite has emerged in the race for the vacant Ipswich Town manager’s job – Wigan Athletic boss Paul Cook.

Taiwan manager Gary White believes he should be considered for the Ipswich Town job. STUART WATSON spoke to the ambitious 43-year-old about his globe-trotting journey.

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Ipswich Town Ladies cut the gap to leaders AFC Wimbledon to seven points with a crucial 2-1 victory over Luton Town at The Goldstar Ground in Felixstowe on Sunday as Cassie Craddock and top-scorer Natasha Thomas were on target for the Blues, writes Kieren Standley.

When Bryan Klug was appointed caretaker manager at Ipswich Town, he said he wanted to restore a sense of unity. If the atmosphere at Saturday’s game is any guide, he’s already made a lot of progress, writes Northstander Terry Hunt.

Midfielder Luke Hyam insists the Ipswich Town squad are not preoccupied by discussions over the club’s next manager.

Just two more games to go folks, two more and we can draw a line under yet another nondescript season, which is ending with some hope for the future but in desperate need of new leadership, writes Karl Fuller.

On the face of it, this was a result which adds weight to doom merchants’ claims of ‘be careful what you wish for’.

Stuart Watson, Mike Bacon and Andy Warren cast an eye over all the leading candidates in the frame to take over at Ipswich Town.

Bartosz Bialkowski has once again been voted Ipswich Town Supporters Club player of the year, picking up the award for the third season in a row.

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