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Paul Jewell

Jewell admits Ipswich don’t have a plan

As a Norwich City supporter, few things give me more pleasure than enjoying seeing that lot from down the road struggling. See what they’ve done now…

Lee Bowyer

Lee Bowyer is hilarious

Wait until you hear what Ipswich’s lovable cheeky little midfield hard man had to say recently. You’ll love this…

Paul Jewell

City supporters issue plea for Jewell patience

Norwich City supporters have issued a rallying cry in defence of Ipswich Town manager Paul Jewell. The Tractor Boys are struggling in the Championship this season, currently sitting 20th in the table outside the relegation places on goal difference having lost 7 (seven) games in a row – triggering a full-blown crisis in one of […]

Norwich v Ipswich preview and the lack of ‘derby day fever’

For the sake of the atmosphere at Carrow Road, I hope it is just me that feels this way, but the game hasn’t really crossed my mind during the week. As a result, I haven’t got that gut wrenching feeling in my stomach in the build up to it. Therefore, I’m not in the slightest bit excited. Is that wrong? It probably is.

Interesting article on Sheffield Wednesday/Ipswich Town takeovers

There’s an interesting article on Wednesdayite from an Ipswich fan talking about the Marcus Evans takeover and relating back to the current situation at Hillsborough. It’s pretty interesting so I suggest you check it out. It might even shed a little more light on the whole Peter Cullum “affair”. Or maybe not. Either way, you […]

Week in Review: Featuring Euro 2008, Sheffield Wednesday, Burnley, Manchester United, Newcastle United, the Web Awards and more…

Here’s everything that happened on City ‘Til I Die this week: Monday 23rd June 2008: Thomas Rooney ran the rule over the Euro 2008 semi-finalists. Tuesday 24th June 2008: On Tuesday we remembered a classic Sheffield Wednesday kit, learnt that Burnley still want Darel Russell and looked forward to the unveiling of City’s new away […]

Canary Classics: Manchester United 9 Ipswich Town 0

Yes I know what you’re thinking – how can a game which doesn’t feature the Canaries be classed as a “Canary Classic”? I think we all know the answer to that one. The date was Saturday 4th March 1995. The place, Old Trafford. Enjoy… [youtube=]

Norwich City v Ipswich Town – Countdown to Derby Day 08/09

There’s almost six months until the first East Anglian Derby of the season, but already the YouTube videos have started. The music on this one is pretty shocking though, so you might want to avert your ears if you like anything you can tap your feet along to. [youtube=]

Are we about to pip Ipswich to the post and grab Ameobi from Newcastle?

I was settling down last night to watch Location, Location on V+ (I lead a very rock n’ roll lifestyle) when this popped up on NetNewsWire from the Daily Mail feed: Ameobi on brink of £3.5m deal to leave Newcastle for Norwich Norwich are on the verge of signing Newcastle forward Shola Ameobi in a […]

10 things we can look forward to between now and the start of the season

I haven’t done a Top 10 for quite a while, so here’s a quick list of ten things that’ll probably happen between now and when the season starts in August… – City to continue missing out on players who look for all the world to be our targets, only to be told “we didn’t want […]

Shola’s “Mr. 10%” left to do the talking as Newcastle and Ipswich go quiet

Shola Ameobi’s agent Steven Denos says that no deal has been agreed between Newcastle and Ipswich regarding the sale of the striker, according to the Pink’un: As far as I’m concerned Ipswich have not put a bid in for Shola. There has certainly been no dialogue from Newcastle to me to the effect that a […]

Is business about to pick up as Newcastle apparently accept a bid from Ipswich for Ameobi?

The My Football Writer site is reporting that Ipswich boss Jim Magilton has had a £3.5m bid accepted by Newcastle for striker Shola Ameobi. Meanwhile the Pink’un say that the Toon have actually accepted a £4m bid from the Tractor Boys, and that Ameobi would be “more than willing” to talk to the Canaries. Glenn […]

2007/08 Review: April/May – featuring Burnley, Ipswich, West Brom, QPR and Sheffield Wednesday

A morale-boosting 2-0 win over Burnley at Carrow Road was the best possible start in a crucial month. Dion Dublin opened the scoring after 2 minutes and countless finger nails were no doubt devoured before Ched Evans sealed the win in the 90th minute. Next up was the East Anglian Derby at Portman Road. Evans […]

2007/08 Review: November – featuring Ipswich Town, Watford, Plymouth Argyle, Coventry City and Blackpool

November kicked off with a new manager in the form of Glenn Roeder. A lot of people, including me, were rather uninspired by the board’s choice of new manager, and had been holding out for Paul Jewell. If only we knew then what we knew now. The first act of the Roeder regime was to […]

Week in Review: 19th-25th May 2008, featuring Manchester United, Chelsea, Ronaldinho, QPR, Bristol City, Hull City, Leeds United, Doncaster Rovers and more…

It was another busy week on City ‘Til I Die. Here’s everything that happened… Monday 19th May 2008. The week was kicked-off with a Champions League final poll, and we wondered if Ronaldinho was on Glenn’s list of potential targets. Tuesday 20th May 2008. On Tuesday we warned QPR off all of our transfer targets […]