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Bottom of the League at Portman Road #goingdown

David Evans

David Evans

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Ipswich need 12 wins from 26 games, that's currently 12 times their current number of wins.
 
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Number 9

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Ipswich need 12 wins from 26 games, that's currently 12 times their current number of wins.
When you look at the numbers, it's hard to imagine Ipswich getting enough of the wins which they need now and the others around them losing extra games so the scum can catch up.
There's 4 or 5 teams above Ipswich battling to avoid the two relegation slots left, this competition itself should ensure that Ipswich can't catch up and overtake them to safety.
#goingdown
 
N

Number 9

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Ipswich for sale apparently, it's on the radio.
I did see a sign at the stables, Ipswich for sale, 50p per bag!
 
David Evans

David Evans

Active Member
Teams bottom after 20 games
2018/19 Ipswich 11pts ???
2017/18 Burton 14pts Relegated
2016/17 Rotherham 7pts Relegated
2015/16 Bolton 12pts Relegated
2014/15 Blackpool 12pts Relegated
2013/14 Barnsley 15pts Relegated
2012/13 Peterborough 13pts Relegated
2011/12 Coventry 13pts Relegated
2010/11 Preston 16pts Relegated
2009/10 Peterborough 14pts Relegated

2008/09 Doncaster 15pts Survived
2007/08 QPR 17pts Survived

2006/07 Southend 12pts Relegated
2005/06 Millwall 16pts Releagted
2004/05 Rotherham 8pts Relegated
2003/04 MK Dons 14pts Relegated
2002/03 Brighton 12pts Relegated
2001/02 Stockport 12pts Relegated
2000/01 Huddersfield 11pts Relegated


It's not a great sight for Ipswich fans, but if Ipswich were looking for any sign of hope they take a look at Doncaster, who were still bottom for Christmas and with only 18 points 13 losses in 23, but they went on a charge, 13 wins in 23 and secured survival. We won't talk about which teams ended up relegated that season though... I think this shows however that at the bottom, losing can be such a fear that they resign to grinding out draws, when it is actually far better at the bottom to go for it, throw caution to the wind. At the top yes you will have to grind out a few draws to keep the momentum going but at the bottom it just won't cut it, you've got to go for it.
 
morty

morty

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Wigan visit Poorman Road this week, lets hope Town continue their terrible run :p
 
David Evans

David Evans

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Just checked out Wigan's form, can't believe the stark difference between home and away for them, 21pts at home, 4pts away.

If Ipswich can't get 3 points of Wigan this weekend you have to wonder who can they get 3 points from?
 
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