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Kings of Anglia Issue 8 Magazine Offer

Wales call up for Ipswich Town winger

PUBLISHED: 17:14 12 October 2018 | UPDATED: 17:14 12 October 2018

Gwion Edwards has enjoyed an impressive start to life at Ipswich Town. Photo: Steve Waller

Gwion Edwards has enjoyed an impressive start to life at Ipswich Town. Photo: Steve Waller

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Ipswich Town winger Gwion Edwards has been called up as a late addition to the Wales squad.

Gwion Edwards celebrates his goal against Norwich City. Photo: Steve WallerGwion Edwards celebrates his goal against Norwich City. Photo: Steve Waller

The 25-year-old is in the squad for the Nations League game against Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland, in Dublin, on Tuesday.

Edwards already has won caps at U19 and U21 levels and has been in good form for Paul Hurst’s side after he joined the Blues in a £700k move from Peterborough in the summer.

He has been called up once before, back in 2014, when a Crawley Town player, although he never featured.

Wales are currently second in Nations League Group B having beaten Ireland 4-1 in Cardiff in their opening match before losing 2-0 in Denmark.

Meanwhile, Ipswich Town’s U23s drew 2-2 with their QPR counterparts in West London this afternoon.

Shane McLoughlin was on target twice for the Suffolk side.

Ipswich U23s: Wright; Ronan, Webber (Marshall 71), Ndaba, Kenlock (Clements 67); Downes; McLoughlin, Brown, Edun, Rowe (Dobra 28); Lankester. Unused: Egan.

Paul Hurst’s Ipswich sit bottom of the Championship with just one win to their name. Here ANDY WARREN looks at how it’s come to this for Hurst and the Blues.

Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst will speak to the press this morning ahead of the Blues’ trip to Leeds tomorrow night.

Former Ipswich Town captain Matt Holland has questioned Paul Hurst’s recruitment strategy and decision-making while admitting he fears for the future of his former club.

Ipswich Town are rock bottom of the Championship following their 2-0 home loss to QPR on Saturday. Andy Warren will be hosting a webchat from 12.30pm to discuss what’s going on with the Blues.

Matthew Pennington knows the Ipswich Town players must take their share of the blame after the 2-0 home loss to QPR saw the Blues return to the bottom of the Championship.

Ipswich Town fan Karl Fuller, like most Town fans, is at his wits end... So, what next?

In our daily feature, we take a look at what happened on this day in Ipswich Town’s history – and today features wins over Crystal Palace and Tottenham, while the Blues also sat sixth in the Premier League table on this day in the year 2000.

Ipswich Town returned to the bottom of the Championship table with a 2-0 home defeat to QPR yesterday. Blues reporter STUART WATSON gives his considered verdict.

Northstander Terry Hunt paints a very gloomy picture of Town’s current plight. But, what happens now?

Paul Hurst insisted his players must stand up and take responsibility after an exchange of views in the dressing room following Ipswich Town’s 2-0 home loss to Queens Park Rangers.

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