Laws backs Keane

SHEFFIELD Wednesday manager Brian Laws is convinced that Ipswich are in a false position.

Carl Marston

SHEFFIELD Wednesday manager Brian Laws is convinced that Ipswich are in a false position. Laws said: “A lot of new players have come in, and I think that Roy Keane is still trying to find his best XI. Ipswich will definitely go on a run of wins. They are in a false position and that will change. Roy Keane has not come here to have an easy life; he's been a winner all his career. There's a challenge here. I see good things at Ipswich, it's a club that will definitely move forward.”

- CHELSEA are reported to be leading the chase to seen Ipswich Town striker Connor Wickham, when he celebrates his 17th birthday next March. And according to one report, the Stamford Bridge club would be willing to offer Town �5m plus additional top-ups. That would seem a very generous, but unlikely offer.

- PIM Balkestein, who signed on a month's loan to Brentford on Friday, made his Bees debut in their 1-1 home draw against Walsall on Saturday. The Dutchman played the full 90 minutes in the heart of defence.


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- ALTHOUGH Ipswich have only scored 17 goals from 17 games, they by no means have the worst scoring record in the Championship. In fact, fourth-placed Swansea City have shown that it's not all about scoring goals - they have only scored 15 goals from 17 fixtures, but have won seven matches and have collected 28 points.

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