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Ipswich sneak past struggling Burton (45 days old [16/01/21])

Mark McGuinness' first senior goal secured a much needed 1-0 win for Ipswich at struggling Burton in Sky Bet League One.

Swindon hold on to beat Ipswich (52 days old [09/01/21])

Relegation-threatened Swindon stunned promotion-seeking Ipswich with a 3-2 victory thanks to two goals from former Norwich winger Diallang Jaiyesimi and a wonder strike from Scott Twine.

Lambert: Lack of testing dangerous | Physio calls for circuit breaker (71 days old [22/12/20])

Ipswich boss Paul Lambert has hit out at the lack of Covid testing at English Football League (EFL) clubs, while the side's physio has suggested football could benefit from a "circuit breaker" to reduce the spread of the virus.

Millwall, Ipswich postpone games after Covid-19 outbreaks (72 days old [21/12/20])

Millwall and Ipswich Town's next two league fixtures have been postponed following coronavirus outbreaks at both clubs.

Chopra: FA and Premier League must do more for South Asians (71 days old [22/12/20])

Michael Chopra has told Sky Sports News he does not believe the Football Association and the Premier League are doing enough to get British South Asians into football.

Ipswich labour to late win over Burton (77 days old [15/12/20])

Emyr Huws' stooping late header was enough to secure all three points for Ipswich who struggled to overcome League One basement side Burton.

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Man City 4-1 Wolves: Pep Guardiola says side 'came through hell' (16 hours old)

Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City have "come through hell to do something incredible" by extending their winning run to 21 games with victory against Wolves.

Sport & brain injury: Parliamentary inquiry to be launched to investigate link (2 hours old)

A parliamentary inquiry, due to start on 9 March, will look at the links between head trauma and dementia.

Scottish Cup to resume on 23 March (29 minutes old)

The Scottish Cup will resume on 23 March with outstanding second-round ties, and the final will end the domestic season on 22 May.

Juventus 3-0 Spezia: Cristiano Ronaldo hits 20th league goal in win (17 hours old)

Cristiano Ronaldo marks his 600th league appearance with his 20th Serie A goal of the season as Juventus comfortably beat Spezia.

Newcastle United: The brutal reality of Premier League academies - Deese Kasinga’s story (9 hours old)

Deese Kasinga’s dreams came true when he signed a two-year deal at Newcastle aged 16. But this soon turned into heartbreak when he faced a huge setback.

Ian St John obituary: 'An iconic Liverpool figure who went on to illuminate TV screens' (1 day old)

Ian St John, who has died aged 82, was one of the iconic figures in Liverpool's history before going on to enjoy a hugely successful career in TV.

'Are you coming to Celtic in the summer?' - Scotland manager Steve Clarke faces kids' questions (6 hours old)

Scotland manager Steve Clarke faces questions from players from Edinburgh-based Team United, which supports young people with autism and helps them overcome social barriers.

Pedro Goncalves: Have Sporting Lisbon found the next Bruno Fernandes? (1 day old)

Sporting Lisbon appear to have struck gold with a former Wolves youngster who has a better scoring record than Bruno Fernandes.

Peter Whittingham's pub stairs fall death 'accidental' (22 hours old)

Midfielder Peter Whittingham, 35, suffered a traumatic head injury at the pub nearly a year ago.

World Cup 2030: UK and Republic of Ireland associations back UK government support for bid (23 hours old)

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says it is the "right time" to bid to host the 2030 World Cup and the plan is backed by football associations across the UK and the Republic of Ireland.

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TWTD.co.uk News for Ipswich Town

Players and Staff Calling Elderly Fans (339 days old [28/03/20])

Skipper Luke Chambers, other members of the squad and staff are phoning elderly season ticket holders to check how they are during the coronavirus pandemic.

Premier League, EFL and PFA Issue Joint Statement (340 days old [27/03/20])

The Premier League, EFL and PFA have released a joint statement following today’s meeting relating to the financial implications of the suspension of football due to the coronavirus crisis.

County Cup Finals Now Unlikely to Be Played at Town (340 days old [27/03/20])

Suffolk FA say their county cup finals scheduled to take place at Portman Road and Playford Road will now almost certainly be played elsewhere.

Injured Blues Continuing Rehab at Home (341 days old [27/03/20])

Blues physio Matt Byard has issued an update on the Blues players currently on their way back from injury - Alan Judge, Kane Vincent-Young, James Norwood, Jack Lankester and Tristan Nydam - as they continue their recoveries at home and in their gardens.

Town Announce Partnership With Cambridge City (341 days old [27/03/20])

Town have announced a new partnership with BetVictor Isthmian North Division side Cambridge City which will see an Elite Player Development Centre (EPDC) launched in Cambridge.

PFA, EFL and Premier League Meeting Today (341 days old [27/03/20])

Talks are taking place today between the PFA and Premier League and EFL where the financial implications of the suspension of football due to the coronavirus crisis will be discussed.

Lambert Offers to Defer Wages (341 days old [26/03/20])

Town boss Paul Lambert says he and his staff are willing to defer their wages to assist the club while football is closed due to the coronavirus crisis.

Sheehan: Gutted But Not Surprised (341 days old [26/03/20])

ITFC Women’s boss Joe Sheehan says he’s gutted but not surprised at the FA’s decision to declare the Women’s National League season null and void due to the coronavirus crisis.

Byard: Football Will Have to Wait (341 days old [26/03/20])

Town physio Matt Byard says football shouldn’t return until the current coronavirus restrictions are lifted and the crisis is well under control.

ITFC Women's Title Hopes Dashed as Season Declared Null and Void (342 days old [26/03/20])

Ipswich Town Women’s hopes of winning FAWNL Division One South East, which they currently top, have been dashed after an FA decision to end the current campaign and declaring it null and void.

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