Let's build on that
GOAL hero Gavin Williams has called on Ipswich to build on beating Championship leaders Birmingam City and aim for the play-offs.Although hampered by a groin problem Williams climbed off the bench to score a last-minute winner against City and has called on Town to show some consistency.
By Derek Davis
GOAL hero Gavin Williams has called on Ipswich to build on beating Championship leaders Birmingam City and aim for the play-offs.
Although hampered by a groin problem Williams climbed off the bench to score a last-minute winner against City and has called on Town to show some consistency.
Williams said: “We have played well against all the top teams so what we need to do now is get a run together. On our day we are as good as any team and we should be aiming for the play-offs.”
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Manager Jim Magilton admitted he is having to wrap the former West Ham player in cotton wool and was not particularly impressed with the £300,000 signing until he met a Gary Roberts cross.
Magilton said: “Gavin was rubbish up until the goal. The goal was his best touch. Gavin is still struggling so we have to nurture him day by day and get him right for playing games.”
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Town will now lose Simon Walton, who has returned to Charlton, and it is likely Jon Macken will also return to Crystal Palace.
Magilton said: “Simon wants to go back to Charlton because he wants to help them get out of trouble. With Jon it is a case of speaking with Crystal Palace.”
Magilton also confirmed that Ian Miller will be staying with cash-strapped Boston United on loan.
The Blues boss is hoping to be active in the transfer market with a right back a priority. Fabian Wilnis's cousin Marciano Bruma, of Sparta Rotterdam, will be invited back for a trial game.