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Ipswich Town A-Z: F is for the FA Cup

PUBLISHED: 12:00 21 May 2019 | UPDATED: 16:39 26 March 2020

Match-winner Roger Osborne, left and Paul Mariner celebrate Town's FA Cup triumph. Picture: OWEN HINES/ARCHANT

Match-winner Roger Osborne, left and Paul Mariner celebrate Town's FA Cup triumph. Picture: OWEN HINES/ARCHANT

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Over the course of the off-season, we’ll be bringing you some superb nostalgia videos looking at the A-Z of Ipswich Town.

Today we arrive at F - and as far as Ipswich Town is concerned, that means FA Cup.

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The Blues, of course, won the famous trophy back in 1978, when they upset favourites Arsenal at Wembley, Roger Osborne scoring the winning goal and promptly fainting.

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In recent times, however, the club's record has been less than stellar - they haven't won a game in the cup for years!

Here's a look back at Town's FA Cup history....


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