Town to hold a minute’s silence for former keeper Fulop and Paris victims, ahead of Wolves clash

Marton Fulop will be remembered on Saturday

Marton Fulop will be remembered on Saturday - Credit: Archant

Ipswich Town have confirmed there will be a minute’s silence in memory of former goalkeeper Marton Fulop and the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks ahead of Saturday’s clash with Wolves.

Fulop, who played more than 30 times for the Blues between 2010 and 2011, passed away last Thursday following a battle with cancer and will be remembered prior to Saturday’s game.

Those who lost their lives in last weekend’s attacks in the French capital, will also be remembered prior to kick-off.

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