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The applause reached a crescendo before the chants became insistent and irresistible. Tribal conventions were defied by a shared chorus of: "There's only one Bobby Robson". It was his day, a day for dreamers who seek a shred of common decency and
Reading made a winning start in their bid to return straight back into the Premier League by coming from behind to beat Ipswich 2-1 at the Madejski Stadium. The victory was the first time Reading had won their opening game of the season since 2006.
We did our bit then it was a nervous wait Palace's caretaker manager won 1-0 at Stockport County on the final day of the 2000-01 season to stay up. The club owner, Simon Jordan, asked me to go and see him and said he was going to make a change for
All Whites defender Tommy Smith has been voted the Ipswich Town supporters' Player of the Year. It completes a remarkable turnaround in fortunes for the 23-year-old centre back, who endured a difficult start to the 2012/2013 English Championship (
Ipswich Town's Tyrone Mings gives tickets to 'skint' fan Tyrone Mings said he would leave two tickets for the fan at Portman Road A Championship footballer gave a fan two tickets for his team's game on Saturday after the man commented he was "skint"
At United, Comebacks Are Only for the Hosts Popperfoto, via Getty Images Manchester United's 1983-84 team, led by manager Ron Atkinson and Bryan Robson, to his right. Twice in January, relegation-threatened Reading managed to reverse halftime
Darren Bent and Andreas Weimann saved Aston Villa's blushes with second half goals to secure victory over Ipswich in an FA Cup third round tie at Villa Park. Former Ipswich player Bent returned to the side after a five-game absence with a hamstring
Reg Pickett, a League champion with Portsmouth in 1950 and captain of Ipswich Town when they lifted the Second Division title in 1961, was a football manager's delight. Essentially a wing-half both dynamic and skilful, he was also a highly versatile
Mick McCarthy has been named the new manager of npower Championship strugglers Ipswich. The former Republic of Ireland and Wolves boss has signed a contract to keep him at Portman Road until the summer of 2015, the club confirmed on their official
Mick McCarthy favourite as Ipswich Town step up job search Ipswich Town have said they have started to interview candidates for the manager's job, with Mick McCarthy believed to be the clear favourite. Reports have linked former Wolves boss McCarthy,