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Thursday 5 October 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Ipswich

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Tottenham and Ireland striker Parrott drops down a division in new loan move
The 18-year-old heads to Ipswich Town after his Millwall spell was cut short.
Senior Kinahan gang figure and two associates plead guilty to drug trafficking and other offences in UK
The guilty pleas come on the back of a four-year investigation, the UK’s National Crime Agency said.
Hospital staff member sacked for accessing Ed Sheeran data
The BBC reports that two staff members were disciplined on the same date Sheeran was admitted.
Brilliant Wolves go 12 points clear while Mick McCarthy's Ipswich suffer complete capitulation
The Tractor Boys conceded four goals without reply to throw away their lead against Fulham on Tuesday night.
Man who fled to Ireland after downloading child porn has been sentenced in the UK
Julian Myerscough fled to Ireland after an arrest warrant was issued for possession of indecent images.
Big Mick, promotion dreams and Ipswich’s unbeaten start to the new Championship season
The Tractor Boys have won all four of their league fixtures, leaving them joint-top of England’s second tier.
Celtic beat Spurs and West Ham to signing of talented Ipswich teenager
Spurs invited Kundai Benyu to be part of their NextGen Series squad in Amsterdam last summer, but he’s now off to Parkhead.
Law lecturer convicted of possessing child pornography loses latest legal challenge
Julian Myerscough was arrested on 2 October 2015 at a hotel in Dublin on foot of a European arrest warrant.
Mick McCarthy steps up Horgan interest with Dublin trip to see Dundalk v AZ Alkmaar
Ipswich are believed to be one of many clubs interested in signing the winger.
Australian couple wake up to find giant sinkhole in their back garden
The sinkhole has grown to 26 feet in diameter.
What's the opposite of a golazo? Because Ireland's Daryl Murphy just scored one
The Ipswich striker now has six in his last three games.
Surgeon struck off for punching a patient 'like a boxer' to fix his broken cheek
Professor Ninian Peckitt claimed he was “manually reducing the fracture.”
Noel Hunt comes off the bench to make Ipswich debut, scores 95th minute winner
It was the striker’s first goal in 22 months.
West Ham's Diafra Sakho finished off a stunning team goal earlier
Ravel Morrison and Alex Song both played integral parts in a classy passing move against Ipswich.
Opinion: Keane has found contentment isn't such a bad thing
The Republic of Ireland assistant manager is enjoying his role and not motivated by fear anymore.
I'd say to clubs 'take Roy Keane, give him a go' - Jon Walters
The Stoke forward also confirmed that teammate Marc Wilson has broken his left leg.
AS THEY HAPPENED: FA Cup 3 o'clocks
We hadn’t seen much magic so far in the FA Cup third rounds but could the three o’clock kick-offs thrill us? Could Tamworth pull off an upset against Everton?
Walsh defends 'totally relaxed' Keane
The Sunday Times chief sports writer admitted the ex-Man United star is “different,” but claimed he was “totally relaxed” throughout his recent controversial interview.
Titus Bramble charged with sexual assault, urinating in public
The Sunderland defender’s lawyer has said he will “vigorously contest” the allegations.
Keith Andrews signs for Ipswich; aims parting shot at Blackburn fans
The Ireland international midfielder will remain on loan at the club until January.
Keane on the brink of Tractor Boys exit
It’s like Groundhog Day admits under-pressure Corkman. But Keane takes full responsibility for worst league run in Ipswich Town’s history.