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1 Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Thu Sep 20 2018, 15:58

wanderlust

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Nat Lofthouse
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God I hate Portman Rd. It's a shithole in a shithole town and it's been donkey's years since we last got a result there. 
At least Parky's up for it though after telling us about all the positives that came out of the Boro game. 
On the back of that positive message from our leader I'm going for a slightly optimistic draw. 

1 - 1.

2 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Thu Sep 20 2018, 16:00

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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A draw would be nice Lusty, but I've got a feeling we'll balls this one up as well.

However, I'll go 2-2.

3 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Thu Sep 20 2018, 16:13

Boggersbelief

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Nat Lofthouse
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Must win game to stop the rot. Think we will nick this 1-0 (Oztumer)

4 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Thu Sep 20 2018, 16:20

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Tony Kelly
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It's one of the easiest games of the season, Ipswich are likely to be relegated but we are in horrible form.If Parky was braver and started with 4 attacking players, ie Oztumer,Wildschut, Noone and Magennis i'd expect to score a goal and at least draw the match.

I think Parky will pick a negative pile of crap similar to the last 2 matches and Ipswich will get their first win of the season at our expense

5 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Thu Sep 20 2018, 16:57

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
When you're going through a bad patch there's only one team you want rolling into town.

Sadly, that's us.

6 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Fri Sep 21 2018, 09:39

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Ref Watch: Stephen Martin to oversee Ipswich Town clash

Stephen Martin will take charge of Wanderers’ Sky Bet Championship away game against Ipswich Town on Saturday afternoon at Portman Road.

Entering into his 11th season as an referee, Martin has taken charge of six games this season, in which he has produced 14 yellow cards.

When looking towards last season, Martin produced 93 yellow cards in 41 games, branding just two red cards in total.

Andrew Fox and Samuel Lewis will run the line for the fixture, with Neil Hair as fourth official.

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7 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Fri Sep 21 2018, 11:49

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Nat Lofthouse
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8 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Fri Sep 21 2018, 13:31

wanderlust

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Nat Lofthouse
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Yay! Ref watch.

Hadn't realised it was 17 years since we won at Portman Rd - seems longer. Maybe this time we'll do it.

9 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Fri Sep 21 2018, 13:33

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
If anyone mentions Barry Knight I'll challenge them to a duel.

10 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Fri Sep 21 2018, 13:40

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Frank Worthington
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I think this will be a nil nil draw. And every bit as boring as the scoreline suggests.

11 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Fri Sep 21 2018, 13:46

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I think this will be a nil nil draw. And every bit as boring as the scoreline suggests.
For a minute there, I thought Parky had joined Nuts. Very Happy

12 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Fri Sep 21 2018, 13:53

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I think this will be a nil nil draw. And every bit as boring as the scoreline suggests.
For a minute there, I thought Parky had joined Nuts. Very Happy
No mate. It's just that I think both managers are gonna 'park the bus' and we won't see any attacking football worth speaking of. In the end I just feel that fear of losing will make both teams super cautious about how they play and so it'll wind up a goal-less snoozefest.

13 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Fri Sep 21 2018, 13:54

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I think this will be a nil nil draw. And every bit as boring as the scoreline suggests.
For a minute there, I thought Parky had joined Nuts. Very Happy
No mate. It's just that I think both managers are gonna 'park the bus' and we won't see any attacking football worth speaking of. In the end I just feel that fear of losing will make both teams super cautious about how they play and so it'll wind up a goal-less snoozefest.
It'll probably end up 5-5. Wonder what odds I'd get? Very Happy

14 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Fri Sep 21 2018, 14:00

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I think this will be a nil nil draw. And every bit as boring as the scoreline suggests.
For a minute there, I thought Parky had joined Nuts. Very Happy
No mate. It's just that I think both managers are gonna 'park the bus' and we won't see any attacking football worth speaking of. In the end I just feel that fear of losing will make both teams super cautious about how they play and so it'll wind up a goal-less snoozefest.
It'll probably end up 5-5. Wonder what odds I'd get? Very Happy
I hereby predict a 0-0 draw with no shots on target for either team.

Obviously this means the actual match will put the classic Liverpool v Newcastle seven goal thriller to shame and that Paul Hurst will have the kind of meltdown that is normally reserved for Theresa May being asked how loyal Boris is. Smile

15 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Fri Sep 21 2018, 17:06

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Frank Worthington
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Everyone's going for draws from0-0 to 5-5.
I'm going to rock the boat and say our downward spiral will continue. 2-0 to Ipswich

16 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Fri Sep 21 2018, 20:47

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Andy Walker
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Ipswich have drawn all four home games so i expect a result one way or another, given our record down at Portman road  it does look like a first win for Ipswich.

17 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Fri Sep 21 2018, 20:52

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Nat Lofthouse
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Back to winning ways for me so I’m going for 1-2 win!

18 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 11:49

karlypants

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Preview: Ipswich Town v Bolton Wanderers

Bolton Wanderers take on Ipswich Town on Saturday afternoon in the Sky Bet Championship at Portman Road. With that said, bwfc.co.uk have picked out five talking point ahead of the fixture.

1. New faces

In the summer of 2018, the Tractor Boys have brought in an abundance of notable players in on permanent and loan deals.

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Gwion Edwards has been brought in from Peterborough United on a two-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

The former Wales U21 international has spent the majority of his career in Sky Bet League One and Two prior to his move to Suffolk.

He does have prior experience playing in the Europa League to his name, as he played for Scottish side St. Johnstone against the likes of Rosenborg BK and FC Minsk.

The duo of defender Janoi Donacien and striker Kayden Jackson have both been brought in from Accrington Stanley, both for undisclosed fees.

Joining initially on loan with a full transfer going through in January, Donacien has featured regularly under Paul Hurst this season.

Coming in slightly later that the Saint Lucian right back, Jackson had a rise to prominence during his time at the Wham Stadium.

He scored 16 goals in 44 league games for Stanley, which prompted the Tractor Boys to take note and sign the 24-year-old.

On the loan front, Matthew Pennington has been brought in on a season-long loan to sure up the defence.

Capped at England Under 19 level, Pennington spent time with Coventry City in 2014/15, where he made the right impression clearly after winning the Young Player of the Year award.

Nineteen-year-old Trevor Chalobah has also joined Paul Hurt’s men for the season from Chelsea.

Brother of Watford’s Nathaniel Chalobah, Trevor has played at all youth levels up to Under 19 with England.

He was part of the England Under 19 squad that won the 2017 UEFA Under-19 European Championships.

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Former Wanderers striker Jonathan Walters joined up with the Tractor Boys on loan until January from his parent club Burnley.

During his spell with the Whites, he made just six appearances from 2002 to 2004.

Walters joined up with Ipswich way back in 2007, where he made on 130 bows for the club and was named their Player of the Year in his debut season.

2. New man in charge

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Since last season, a managerial shakeup has taken place at Portman Road.

Mick McCarthy left in April 2018 and Paul Hurst took over a month later.

After spending his entire professional playing career at Rotherham United, Hurst managed the likes of Ilkeston Town, Boston United and Grimsby Town.

This earned him a move to Shrewsbury Town in October 2016.

This was a great period in both Hurst’s career, as he led his side to runner-up in the EFL Trophy in 2017/18, as well as earning League One Manager of the Year the same season after the Shrews finished third in Sky Bet League One.

3. Travel Information

Wanderers fans who are travelling to Ipswich Town on Saturday are advised there will be a full 24-hour closure on the M6 between junctions 14 and 15 from 8pm on Saturday.

Furthermore, a reminder that supporters are advised that there will be a rail replacement service from Liverpool Street railway station to Ipswich.

4. Opponent’s current form

Looking at the Sky Bet Championship standings, Ipswich currently sit bottom of the league.

With four points to their name, the Tractor Boys’ form is cut right down the middle.

Away on their travels, they are yet to pick up a point in four league games.

However at Portman Road, they are unbeaten in four games with all of their home fixtures so far ending in draws.

In their last game, they earned a draw with high flying Brentford, with Kayden Jackson scoring late on to secure a point for Paul Hurst’s men.

5. Pay on the day is available

Wanderers supporters will be able to buy tickets on the turnstiles, at Portman Road, on Saturday afternoon.

Tickets can be purchased on a cash only basis. There is no increase in ticket prices on the day.

Ticket Prices:

Adults - £25
Over-65s - £22
Under-23s - £15
Under-19s - £8

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19 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 14:07

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lots of changes for todays game, no Beevers!

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20 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 14:08

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:lots of changes for todays game, no Beevers!

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Think you’ll beat Cardiff today?

21 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 14:09

Norpig

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Nat Lofthouse
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Easy peasy mate, think you'll ever stop trying and failing to wind me up?

22 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 14:13

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Easy peasy mate, think you'll ever stop trying and failing to wind me up?

Oh I don’t fail

23 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 14:22

karlypants

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Radio Nuts is now live guys via the Portal! Smile

24 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 14:22

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Andy Walker
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1 point from a possible 12 mean we are heading back down to a season long fight for survival.

I can only think our initial haul of 10 points from 4 games was a total fluke.

Let's hope my gut feeling is wrong and we can steady the ship with three points today.

Don't put your house on it!!!!!!!!!!!

25 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 14:29

Boggersbelief

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Nat Lofthouse
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We will win today and push on for the play offs

26 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 14:44

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Official site confirms the team on the match programme above

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So no Wheater or Beevers (wonder if he's injured or dropped completely?)

Side I guess will be

Alnwick

Olkowski, Hobbs, Wilson, Grounds

Lowe, Williams

Noone, Oz, Buckley

Magennis


I've always said that I thought our whole teams weakness revolved around Wheater and Beevers not being good enough and the rest of the team having to be shaped around covering them - so I guess today will put to the test how right or wrong my thinking as been?

27 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 14:47

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Tony Kelly
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How odd, after picking no attacking midfielder and no wingers in the last game he has now gone for 3 of those players.
I hope his bravery is rewarded

28 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 15:28

gloswhite

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Jay Jay Okocha
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Seems he's aware of the fans views I think, otherwise I'm sure he would only be tweaking his selections.

29 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 16:58

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Andy Walker
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Very happy for this point... especially down to 10 early in the match.

30 Re: Ipswich 0-0 Bolton on Sat Sep 22 2018, 19:05

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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Shit match by all accounts, but a point is probably more than we could have hoped for once Wilson got his marching orders.

The season has already achieved mediocrity, I hope there's a bit of excitement somewhere in the near future.

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