With Ipswich town centre preparing to welcome back shoppers on Monday, there is a warning that work on the Cornhill is likely to continue for another two months – rebuilding work will not be finished until Mid-August.
What a difference 20 years makes. It’s very sad to consider the huge contrast between the fortunes of Ipswich Town exactly two decades ago, and the way our club is today, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.
Former Norwich City favourite Nelson Oliveira was up to his old tricks again last week, suggesting that the Canaries ‘will always be a bigger club’ than Ipswich. But is he right? North Stander Terry Hunt and Norwich fan David Lees debate the long-standing argument...
There is one really striking and memorable photograph which, for me, sums up the huge difference between Ipswich Town two decades ago and the football club at the moment, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.
Over the years, Marcus Evans has come in for a fair bit of stick from frustrated Ipswich Town fans. Chants aimed in his direction have rung out at the ground on a number of occasions as the club’s sad decline has continued under his ownership, writes North Stander Tery Hunt.
Seven managers occupied the hot seat at Portman Road during my 23 years as editor of either the EADT or Ipswich Star – and I have no problem with naming my favourite. I’ll come to that in a moment, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.
It’s 21 years ago this month since Jim Magilton joined Ipswich Town. The charismatic Irishman was a hugely important player in George Burley’s promotion-winning team, and during that fantastic first season in the Premier League, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.
Firstly, a rare word of praise for our footballing authorities. They’re not exactly renowned for their top-quality decision making, but they’ve got this one absolutely spot-on, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.
Would the real Ipswich Town please stand up? Is it the one which was so woeful against Wimbledon, or the team who played Burton off the park? I really wish I knew the answer, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.
Theatre and art organisations in Ipswich are celebrating the ‘huge positive impact’ culture has made in the town as figures reveal they delivered more than 5,000 performances and exhibitions over two years.
The honeymoon is over for Paul Lambert. He still has the support of Town fans, but the unquestioning belief in everything he does or says has been replaced by a more challenging attitude, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.
There are two sentences I am longing to hear this season, writes North Stander Terry Hunt. The first is “Ipswich are unchanged,” and the second is “the Tractor Boys produced a superb 90-minute performance.”