Date: 27th December 2009 at 2:23pm
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Vital QPR takes a look at our last opponents for 2009 Ipswich


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Facts and figures



Founded: 1878

Nickname: The Tractor Boys

Ground: Portman Road (30,311)

Manager: Roy Keane


Selected Honours



UEFA cup: 1980-01

Premiership: Whilst branded as the First Division: 1961-62; Runners up: 1980-81; 1981-82

FA Cup: 1977-78

Championship: Whilst branded as the Second division: 1960-61, 1967-68, 1991-92

Third Division South: 1953-54, 1956-57

Club Records



Record Attendance: 38,010 v Leeds on 08 Mar 1975

Record victory: 11-0 v Cromer on 31 Oct 1936

Record defeat: 10-1 v Fulham on 26 Dec 1963

Record Buy: £4,800,000 to Sampdoria for Matteo Sereni

Record Sale: £6,000,000 from Arsenal for Ian Wright and from Newcastle for Kieron Dyer

Record Appearances: 737 – Mick Mills (1965-82)

Record Goals: 218 – Ray Crawford (1958-68)


Squad



Goalkeepers:
1. Richard Wright
28. Arran Lee-Barrett
32. Ian McLoughlin
60. Mirko Raneri

Defenders:
2. David Wright
3. Damien Delany
4. Gareth McAuley
5. Alex Bruce
22. Liam Rosenior
33. Ben Thatcher
35. Tommy Smith
39. Troy Brown
46. Luke Hyam

Midfielders:
6. Grant Leadbitter
7. Owen Garvan
8. Lee Martin
10. David Norris
12. Jamie Peters
13. Luciano Civelli
17. Jack Colback
18. Colin Healy
23. Carlos Edwards
25. Alex Quinn
29. Ed Upson
30. Shane O`Connor
36. Liam Trotter
37. Reggie Lambe

Strikers:
9. Pablo Counago
14. Jon Stead
16. Tomas Priskin
19. Jon Walters (captain)
21. Stern John
40. Connor Wickham
44. Ronan Murray
45. Devann Yao

Last Five Fixtures



Crystal Palace 3-1 Ipswich

Ipswich 3-1 Blackpool

Ipswich 0-0 Peterborough

Bristol City 0-0 Ipswich

Cardiff 1-2 Ipswich

Last Fixtures v QPR



QPR 1-3 Ipswich on 21 Feb 09

Ipswich 2-0 QPR on 01 Nov 08

Ipswich 0-0 QPR on 29 Mar 08

QPR 1-1 Ipswich on 20 Oct 07

Ipswich 2-1 QPR on 03 Mar 07




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2 Replies to “Who are ya – Ipswich Town”

  • I would suggest a bit of editing, winning the Championship and the Premiership in the same season would have been a great achievement. They did win the old first division in 1961/62.

    We could do with a win tomorrow, our recent record against them doesn’t make good reading!

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