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In his latest column, Karl Fuller recalls the day that he joined thousands of other Ipswich Town fans roaring the Blues on as they reached the Premier League 20 years ago this week.

In his latest column, Karl Fuller reflects on the highs and lows of that remarkable play-off semi-final win over Bolton 20 years ago...

In his latest column, Karl Fuller calls for the return of a nostalgic sporting classic...

In his latest Ipswich Town column, Karl Fuller recalls some final day games he’s watched over the years - and those oh so rare pitch invasion celebrations!

In this week’s column, Karl Fuller looks back at some of his favorite Ipswich Town games - do you remember any of these?

In this week’s column, Karl Fuller reminisces about one great passion of his football-loving childhood - Subbuteo!

I was recently recalling to my nephew, a Liverpool fan, how I nearly became a supporter of the Merseyside club instead of Ipswich – and this mostly came down to one player, writes Karl Fuller

This week sees a very special anniversary in Ipswich Town history as April 8 marks the occasion of not one, but two semi-final successes in days gone by, writes Karl Fuller.

In this break in football action, there has been an interesting topic doing the rounds on Twitter where someone names their four favourite-ever players and then tags in four people to name theirs.

With no games to look forward to it’s the memories of action gone by that can fill our minds for now, and we can reflect on those good times that various games and players delivered to us, writes Karl Fuller.

Never in a million years did I think that I would be writing a column about Ipswich Town games not taking place due to a global pandemic, writes Karl Fuller.

Another poor week for Ipswich Town that only serves to continue the theme of the poor week previously, writes Karl Fuller. I’ve really given up now on so many fronts, including asking how much worse it can get. The real question has to be when will it start getting any better?

Depressed is probably too strong a word to describe my feelings as an Ipswich fan right now, writes Karl Fuller. It is, after all, just a game – despite what the lengendary Bill Shankly once said.

For the first time in many years, I have missed two consecutive home games, writes Karl Fuller.

It’s been a decent couple of away results to back up the win over Accrington – particularly on two difficult surfaces – to seemingly get our season back on track, writes Karl Fuller.

An unchanged line-up (in the league), a 4-1 win, and some pretty decent football. That’s much better Town and let’s keep that going!

Saturday was FA Cup Third Round day. This usually translates as a day of embarrassment for us Ipswich fans and true to form, we had another such day in the debacle at Exeter, writes Karl Fuller.

Can we just go straight to penalties tonight please? I’m already fearing another 1-1 and the thought of prolonging matters until a predictable penalty shoot-out is not overly appealing, writes Karl Fuller.

The magic of the FA Cup is slowly reigniting for Town, writes Karl Fuller. We are in the hat for the third successive draw in the same season!

On reflection, Saturday’s draw was probably a fair result. Had it have been a Premier League game, we could have been talking about a different result altogether, writes Karl Fuller.

In his latest column, Karl Fuller grades Town’s performance so far this season - and asks ‘should alarm bells be ringing?’

I read Stuart Watson’s final verdict of the weekend with great interest as he reflected on Paul Lambert’s first anniversary and what the Scot has achieved in his year in charge, writes Karl Fuller.

Another weekend goes by and another Town win. The last remaining unbeaten side in the EFL, a difficult away game ticked off and another game closer to reaching the record set in 1980/81 for the longest unbeaten start to a season.

It’s a very happy anniversary for this EADT/Ipswich Star column today. First launched on September 24, 2012, it has overseen a period which in the main, has not been the happiest in our history, writes Karl Fuller.

The weekend closed with yours truly sitting on cloud nine, writes Karl Fuller. How much of that was to do with Town being top of the league and how much was for Ben Stokes’ exhilarating performance to keep England’s Ashes hopes alive, I’m not too sure!

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