Everything is CL4CK! for Frank Nouble at Ipswich Town
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They may remain in a perilous position in the lower reaches of the Championship table, but to use a term coined by Frank Nouble, everything at Ipswich Town is CLACK!
A potential contender for the next volume of The Oxford English Dictionary, the phrase means anything good or positive and is used regularly by the youngster on a range of social networking sites.
Coined by his uncle, in a world of instant messaging and file sharing, the 21-year-old is keen to spread the word among fans and players as Town’s Championship status hangs by a thread.
Town are four points clear of the drop-zone with nine games to go but the ever-positive Nouble revealed the pressure wasn’t affecting his team-mates, ahead of tomorrow’s clash with in-form Bolton Wanderers, winners of their last five games.
“There are bound to be a few nerves, it would not be natural for there to be none.
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“If you are not nervous, you are not focused on what you are doing,” he said.
“But I don’t think the boys are worried because we know we are in control. If we play well, we will win.
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“It’s natural to look at other teams around us but our position is very good and our fate is in our own hands.
“We have got a lot of home games coming up and hopefully we can take advantage of them.”
Nouble will be sat in the stands for tomorrow’s game, after tweaking a hamstring in training, but will remain committed to the cause.
“My own personality itself is positive, whether or not I am on the pitch and all I can do is encourage my team-mates week in, week out,” he added.