Link to striker, sympathy for Lambert and best-ever keepers - our most-read Town stories of the week
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Even though Ipswich Town haven’t had a game this weekend, there’s still been plenty going on this week - here’s our most-read stories from the past seven days....
Top of the pile this week was Stuart Watson’s thoughts on Town’s season so far...
Second was Town’s link to a young non-league striker - who seems very confident in his abilities...
Next up was Karl Fuller’s admission that he feels sorry for Paul Lambert...
Fourth was Carl Marston’s ranking of Town’s top five goalkeepers from the past 40 years....
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And fifth and finally on our list this week was Mike Bacon’s passionate piece about the challenge ahead for Lambert and the Blues...
- 1 The places with the highest and lowest levels of Covid in Suffolk
- 2 Matchday Recap: Aluko brace not enough as Blues draw at Cambridge
- 3 'I'll never shut up shop' - Cook on 2-2 draw at Cambridge United
- 4 Stu says: Six observations following Town's 2-2 draw at Cambridge
- 5 Covid vaccine boosters now available at walk in sessions
- 6 Ratings: How the Ipswich Town players performed in their 2-2 Cambridge draw
- 7 Cambridge United 2-2 Ipswich Town: Blues let their lead slip again in draw
- 8 New fishmonger shop opens in Suffolk market town
- 9 Have you had the 'worst cold ever' that is going round Suffolk?
- 10 US jets to practice flypast over Suffolk this morning