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Dusty Miller’s Vauxhall 14 steamed along but it helped put him on the road to some ‘big old beasts’ of motors.

Ipswich Town defender Adam Webster is destined for the Premier League, according to Blues legend Kevin Beattie.

A trio of strikers with Ipswich Town connections sit atop of the League One scoring charts, with Blues loanee Kieffer Moore grabbing his 13th goal of the season for Rotherham on Saturday.

Jonas Knudsen was an unused substitute in the first leg of Denmark’s World Cup play-off clash with the Republic of Ireland, which ended 0-0.

Ipswich Town defender Adam Webster insists belief is still high in the camp.

Colchester United writer Carl Marston recalls a fine away day for the U’s, which ended in a 1-1 draw in an FA Cup tie at Coventry City’s Highfield Road, 13 years ago in January, 2004

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Heybridge Swifts have been drawn away to Haringey Borough in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup.

The Great East Run has “endless potential” and should feature world-class runners among a 10,000-strong field well within a decade, a Team GB Olympic runner has said.

Colchester United’s alarming loss of form, away from home, is giving a big cause for concern this season.

U’s writer Carl Marston recalls a Colchester United trip to Cheltenham from 14 years ago, on October 14, 2003.

Colchester United boss, John McGreal, has highlighted the roles played by his five new recruits, who could all once again play a part in tomorrow’s away test at Cheltenham.

Colchester United, at home, are unrecognisable from the Colchester United who stumble from one defeat to the next on the road.

Colchester United reporter Carl Marston puts forward five talking points from today’s 3-1 home win over Crawley Town.

Colchester United are a different team at home, to the one that has continued to flounder on the road, and manager John McGreal will be hoping that this remains the case against Harry Kewell’s Crawley Town tomorrow afternoon.

Nicke Kabamba used to work at a car rental company, and he doesn’t want to go back to that life.

Colchester United reporter Carl Marston highlights five talking points from today’s 1-0 defeat at Cambridge, striker Uche Ikpeazu netting the only goal of the game on 64 minutes.

It almost feels like an era has dawned at Colchester United, following the arrival of five new players on transfer deadline day on Thursday.

On one of the most hectic transfer deadline days ever witnessed at Colchester United, U’s boss John McGreal has completed a fifth new signing with the arrival of striker, Nicke Kabamba.

Ipswich has the hardest water in the country according to a new study - leading to higher costs repairing and replacing kitchen appliances.

Colin Clarke was a Messerschmitt three-wheeler fan and still drives a modern equivalent. Here he tells of some of the delights and drawbacks of the ’Schmitt.

Colchester United boss, John McGreal, is looking for home comforts when his side entertain Forest Green Rovers, promoted via the National League play-offs last May, tomorrow afternoon.

Lewis Kinsella insists that there is “no need to panic,” despite Colchester United’s winless start to the season.

Ipswich Town have defeated Luton Town, 2-0, in the Carabao Cup First Round, at Kenilworth Road, tonight.

The boot will be on the other foot for Adam Webster tonight, with the Blues defender poised to make his first start of the season.

CHRIS BRAMMER looks at how two current Ipswich Town stars fared on their loan debuts for Rotherham United, and also reflects on the performances of a number of other players that left the club permanently in the summer.

Colchester United writer CARL MARSTON recalls a few Frenchmen to have played for the U’s over the years, some hits and some misses.

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy is confident he will have a striker signed before his side’s Championship opener against Birmingham City, at Portman Road, in just 11 days’ time.

Ipswich Town legend Ray Crawford says summer signing Joe Garner will be full of confidence following his prolific pre-season form.

Nottingham Forest have reportedly had a £2m bid for striker Daryl Murphy accepted by Newcastle United.

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