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Sam Morsy reacts to Paul Cook news and makes Ipswich Town prediction

Sam Morsy reacts to Paul Cook news and makes Ipswich Town prediction

The appointment of Paul Cook as Ipswich Town boss has gone down very well with supporters. Cook was appointed as manager on a two-and-a-half year deal at Portman Road on Tuesday as the Tractorboys look to secure promotion from League One. Victory over Accrington Stanley on Tuesday evening put Ipswich into seventh position in the […]
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2 days ago

Gill: Proud of the Lads

Caretaker-manager Matt Gill was proud of the Blues following their 2-1 victory at Accrington Stanley, his only game in charge with new boss Paul Cook watching from the stands.
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2 days ago

Accrington Stanley 1-2 Ipswich Town - Match Report

James Wilson and James Norwood saw Town to a 2-1 victory over 10-man Accrington at the Wham Stadium, the Blues’ striker having missed a earlier penalty. Dion Charles put Stanley ahead in the fourth minute, before Seamus Conneely was dismissed on 16 for bringing down Parrott in the incident which led to the spot-kick. Wilson slammed in his fir[...]
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2 days ago

Paul Cook delivers ambitious Ipswich Town message following appointment

Paul Cook delivers ambitious Ipswich Town message following appointment

New Ipswich Town boss Paul Cook has made it clear that he is targeting promotion to the Championship in the next few months. The former Wigan chief was named as Paul Lambert’s successor at Portman Road earlier today, and he will be watching on as his new side take on Accrington Stanley tonight. Successive victories […]
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2 days ago

Gary Roberts reunites with Paul Cook at Ipswich Town

GARY Roberts' return to Accrington Stanley has been short-lived, with the midfielder leaving by mutual consent to become Paul Cook's first team coach following the ex-Stanley boss's appointment as the new Ipswich Town manager.
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LANCASHIRETELEGRAPH.CO.UK

2 days ago

Altrincham make triple loan addition

Altrincham have significantly strengthened with the addition of three loan signings. Joining up with Phil Parkinson’s side are Grimsby Town forward Montel Gibson, Barrow centre-back Yoan Zouma and versatile Accrington Stanley full-back Reagan Ogle. Former Notts County youngster Gibson earned a move back to the EFL with Grimsby last year after[...]
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3 days ago

Post-Lambert Era Begins at Accrington

Town begin the post-Paul Lambert era aiming for a third successive victory when they travel to Accrington Stanley on Tuesday evening with first-team coach Matt Gill in caretaker charge with academy head of coaching and player development Bryan Klug assisting him.
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