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Thirsty Lizard

Not..Ahem...Going Down...Well in Ipswich

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Ipswich didn't mess around getting relegated, did they ?
They went all out for an early relegation to avoid last-game nerves and uncertainty.

Credit to Lambert and the squad for that.

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1 hour ago, GJL Mid-Norfolk Canary said:

As they quite rightly say though.....they'll have a right good laugh if we balls this up.....and they are handily placed to help assist in that...

Eh ??
Where in that post did they say that ?

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Well their 4-0 to Preston was extremely well timed. Not beat by more than 3 goals all season, but now no one will question when Leeds and sheff Utd pump them by 6 in their games. They will just point to this result and say "see we are that crap".

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They should get stuffed by quite a few against our rivals if you go by the form book, they are a poor outfit, relegated, on the beach, no confidence, no skill, etc, etc. No need to worry about their results, we are there.

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6 hours ago, K Lo said:

Eh ??
Where in that post did they say that ?

😀

The negativity was purely in his own head.

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The only thing going down well in Ipswich is...Ipswich!

 

I quite like the poster who says this bit...

"I haven't seen any stats, but they surely have scored more injury time goals this season than we have in our history."

 

They shoehorn history into everything.

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