Hungry Wolves will be Blues biggest test

WITH Ipswich Town looking to maintain their perfect home record for the season Blues boss Jim Magilton knows tomorrow's visit from Wolves will be their biggest test so far.

By Derek Davis

WITH Ipswich Town looking to maintain their perfect home record for the season Blues boss Jim Magilton knows tomorrow's visit from Wolves will be their biggest test so far.

Wolves have six wins on the bounce home and away and after beating Cardiff 3-2 at Ninian Park in midweek will be buzzing.

Magilton said: “Wolves are on a fantastic run and confidence is very high.


You may also want to watch:


“They have lofty ambition and Steve Morgan going in has injected a new enthusiasm and a new incentive to get promoted.

“They have in Mick McCarthy an outstanding manager who has had success at the highest level as a player and as a manager.

Most Read

“He knows the right ingredients to get out of this division and has done it before.

“Mick has always produced very good teams that are hard to beat and have real quality.

“They bought very well in the summer and have a fantastic work ethic.

“Wolves have togetherness and attitude to not be beaten and as an uncompromising centre half himself his teams are build to keep clean sheets.

“He will be very optimistic about their chances this year and with six wins on the bounce they are flying and we are well aware of what a tough ask it would be.

“We had them watched at Cardiff and to get three goals and win there is a great achievement.”

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter
Comments powered by Disqus