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Mike Bacon

Archant Sports reporter

MIKE BACON takes a look at life at Portman Road. And wonders what the future holds for Town’s young stars

It was a depressing night for Ipswich Town fans as the Blues crashed to defeat to Hull at Portman Road.

Town fan KARL FULLER takes a look back at Town’s win on Saturday as well as looks forward to filling up his new ITFC sticker album

North Stander TERRY HUNT casts his eye over Town’s late win against Shrewsbury and he’s not impressed.

A late Town winner but mixed thoughts from Town fans on social media this weekend

Shrewsbury Town boss Sam Ricketts claimed his side should have been awarded three first-half penalties at Portman Road on Saturday and Ipswich were ‘very lucky to win’.

Jack Lankester’s late winner gave Town all three points against Shrewsbury at Portman Road on Saturday.

It’s a huge week ahead for Ipswich Town. MIKE BACON says the Blues needs to be bullish and set their own agenda...

Golf clubs should be taken out of lockdown measures and courses opened up immediately.

Ipswich Town’s FA Cup first round defeat to Portsmouth continued a recent depressing record in the competition. But, believe it or not, there was a time the Blues and the FA Cup were fun. In the final part of this two-part feature, MIKE BACON takes a look.

FORMER Ipswich Witches speedway ace Tomasz Gollob has won his battle with Covid 19 - but admits he has lost loved ones to the virus.

Welcome back to ‘Your Posts’. A chance for you to get anything ITFC off your chest and have it featured here on the EADT/Ipswich Star website. JAMES WHITTINGHAM did just that. Want to join in? Just e-mail mike.bacon@archant.co.uk and include a photo of yourself.

He’s ‘Captain Fantastic’, the skipper who guided Ipswich Town to their best-ever top-flight finish in recent times in 2000/01. MATT HOLLAND was an inspiring leader. 20 years on, MIKE BACON caught up with him to talk about that wonderful ‘season in the sun’.

Welcome back to ‘Your Posts’. A chance for you to get anything ITFC off your chest and have it featured here on the EADT/Ipswich Star website. THOMAS SEGGONS brings you his thoughts on life at Portman Road at the moment. Want to join in? Just e-mail mike.bacon@archant.co.uk and include a photo of yourself.

Ipswich Town’s FA Cup first round defeat to Portsmouth continued a recent sad and depressing record in the competition. But, believe it or not, there was a time the Blues and the FA Cup were fun. In part one of this two-part feature, MIKE BACON takes a look.

Out of the cups and just the league to worry about, MIKE BACON takes a look at another disappointing week at Portman Road.

Ipswich Town U23s 1 Coventry City U23s 1

North Stander TERRY HUNT takes a look at another depressing FA Cup effort from the Blues after their defeat to Portsmouth on Saturday.

Ipswich Town fans were in reflective mood after the Blues 2-3 defeat FA Cup defeat to Portsmouth on Saturday.

Portsmouth boss Kenny Jackett says his side have had plenty of decisions go against them this season.

Town will host Charlton Athletic at Portman Road on Saturday, November 28, 3pm.

Ipswich Town bowed out of the FA Cup to Portsmouth after a 2-3 extra-time defeat.

Non-league football begins it’s month-long lockdown with the future uncertain and many clubs left scratching their heads.

The 2020 speedway season was a complete write-off for fans in Britain. But are brighter times ahead? MIKE BACON caught up with Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis.

In his latest look at life at Portman Road, MIKE BACON says the Blues must not let poor refereeing decisions determine their fate...

Former Ipswich Witches star Tomasz Gollob has been diagnosed with coronavirus - and has been hospitalised.

Non-league football in Suffolk and most of the country will come to an end on Thursday until Wednesday, December 2.

Town travel north today seeking League One points at Sunderland. MIKE BACON takes a look at Town’s opposition

Golf and tennis enthusiasts have had hopes dashed that the sports they participate in could be exempt from the forthcoming lockdown.

One Suffolk golf club director has said golf courses should remain open from Thursday and not go into lockdown.

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