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A collection of my reports from EC 106 will be posted in here, although I have posted many before from my many previous employments in the gameworld these will be from Ipswich onwards, I hope you enjoy reading and maybe you are compelled to match report as well, thanks.

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The actual 106 Match Report thread, including reports from JamesBurrows.

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Ipswich announce the appointment of 'The Unloyal One'.

He's back. After 6 previous appointments and failing to last at all very long the man they call the Unloyal one is back. Nobody can argue with his results elsewhere, but within the English Leagues he never manages to stay very long. Ipswich Town may have got the man they need to get them out of the pit that is Division 4, but whether he'll be around long enough for that to happen is another thing altogether. Clarke's best spell in England came with Leicester City, averaging 1.88 points per game, however as is the case with most of his jobs his tenure was short and lasted just 17 games.

This time though he seems convinced he can put his record of leaving early behind and stay within English Football for a long time. This is a short statement he left on his Twitter page.

'Pleased to be announced as Ipswich boss, here to stay. #ComeOnTheTractorBoys'

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Ipswich make first signing under Ryan Clarke less than 24 hours after his appointment.

Newly appointed Ipswich boss Ryan Clarke has wasted no time in getting stuck into his new role, and less than 24 hours after being unveiled Ipswich Town had called a press conference to unveil the first signing of what they hope can be the tenure to turn the club on its head and move it out of Division 4. The first signing made by Ryan Clarke is that of Marc-Antoine Fortune. The former West Brom striker had found himself without a club and Ryan was quick to pounce. Fortune will add a bit of power and pace to go with that of physical beast Kenwyne Jones. Ryan Clarke also promised to extend the youth project started, Ipswich have a huge youth squad of 33 players and Ryan is keen to extend the talent Ipswich have acquired. This is what he had to say when asked about whether he wants to continue the Youth policy currently in place:

Youth is important, it not only helps us to bring players through from the youth academy into the first team but it can help to keep the club afloat bu selling off the assets we have, every single player in the Youth Academy is valued and I know our staff are working overtime to make them the best they can be, it is exciting times ahead for the club.

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Ipswich Town 1-1 Notts County.

Jones 17, 79'

Ayew 60'

Aubameyang 88'

Notts County grab a late equalizer to deny Ipswich a win.

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Top of the table Notts County were the opposition for Ryan Clarke in his first game as Ipswich boss. A win here could have pushed Ipswich into the automatic promotion places and left them 3 points behind Notts County. A win for Notts against a promotion rival would help their automatic promotion bid a great deal but with the home crowd against them this would not be an easy win for Sidhu's boys.

Ipswich started the game quickly with Clarke's pre-game words still ringing in their ears, two early chances could have seen them pull ahead early on however they were denied by an inform Curci in the County net. Eventually Notts resistance was broken after heavy pressure. A cross from Adel Taarabt landed straight on Kenwyne Jones' head and he made no mistake as he powered the ball past a helpless Curci. This woke up Notts County and Vertonghen's shot came close but the result was a goal kick for the home side.

Notts County manager Manveer Sidhu obviously had some strong words at half time, County came out a rejuvenated side and began to relentlessly attack the Ipswich goal in search of a goal to draw them level. They got their reward on 60 minutes. A needless free-kick given away from Taarabt gave Jordan Ayew a the chance he needed, the free-kick whistled past a helpless Zieler and drew County level. This goal should have been the spark for a Notts County winner but they sat back and invited the Ipswich pressure. They found themselves behind again. Christian Gimenez entered the game in the 75th minute off the bench and less than 4 minute later played the perfect ball for Kenwyne Jones to power home his 2nd goal of the match, his aerial ability too much for the Notts County defenders. It looked like the perfect start for Clarke but it wasn't to be, Patrick Aubameyang's 88th minute strike ruining the day.

Ipswich - Zieler; Bovo, Dossena, Carlos; Faurlin, Whittingham, Montano ©, Taarabt; Maloney, Briand, Jones.

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Nemanja Gudelj's loan at Ipswich Town terminated as Clarke hunts for CB.

At around 00:30 this morning Ipswich Town announced the termination of Nemanja Gudelj's loan at the club, sending him back to Blackburn Rovers. It is thought that the central midfielder was sent back due to the high number of midfield players he was competing with. The club are also extremely short of CB's and with Clarke having little money to play with the extra loan spot freed up with Gudelj's exit may help provide the cover needed in defense. This is the statement left by Clarke on the official Ipswich site:

Everyone at Ipswich Town would like to wish Nemanja the best of luck wherever the game may take him. It is with regret that we were not able to give him the games we promised, but the high number of central midfielders didn't allow it. Whenever he played he gave his all for the club, and I respect that. The club also needs a center half to come in on loan and we had used all of our loan spots, hopefully the spot now open can be filled should a suitable CB be found. Thank you Nemanja.

If you have a CB rated 86+ that you would loan out please get in touch, thanks.

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Defensive rock Charlie Mulgrew joins Ipswich on season-long loan from Preston North End.

Late last night Division 4 club Ipswich Town announced that CM Gudelj would be returning to Blackburn Rovers as the club hunted for a CB on loan. This search has ended already, 12 hours after it started. Preston North End defender Charlie Mulgrew has joined Ipswich on loan for the rest of the season in a bid to attain first team football. The Scottish international was deemed surplus to requirements by long serving manager James Burrow and hadn't made an appearance for Preston this season. After a quick call to Burrow's Clarke was able to get his man, and Mulgrew goes straight into the starting line-up for the game away at Wigan. Mulgrew's versatility will aid Clarke's promotion bid. Mulgrew is accomplished in the left and centre of defense and midfield and can also fill in as a CDM. A very good signing for Ipswich as they hope to kick on to promotion.

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Ipswich and Tranmere locked in Tug of War for 15 year old starlet Carlos Guerreno.

Reports have emerged tonight of two English clubs fighting to sign Carlos Guerreno from Carapegua. Guerreno is only 15 years old yet has already managed to court attention from Tranmere Rovers and Ipswich Town. The 15 year old has emerged as a potential start of the future and with Carapegua only asking for a nominal 10k fee these two eagle-eyed clubs were quick to make an offer. The first bid came in from Ipswich however Sara Cicci was quick off her toes to also bid. The decision is now with the player and he looks set to decide within the next few hours. It is a difficult choice for a player of such a tender age, but a very important decision. The question for Guerreno is, Tranmere or Ipswich?

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Clarke continues Ipswich youth policy with signing of Petr Ten from CSKA Moscow.

After promising to continue with the work already done in the youth squad by previous managers Ryan Clarke delivered his first youth signing since taking the reigns at Ipswich. 20 year old LB Petr Ten has signed from CSKA Moscow for an undisclosed fee, he will immediately be placed into the youth squad once personal terms have been agreed.

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Carlos Guerreno turns down Tranmere in favor of Ipswich Town.

Ryan Clarke announced his delight as 15 year old Carlos Guerreno turned down a move to Tranmere in favor of a move to his side Ipswich Town. The central midfielder had been subject to an intense war to bring him to the club and Ipswich have managed to beat off their competition to sign the youngster. This is evidence of the youth programme in place at Ipswich Town continuing under Ryan Clarke. Guerreno, now an Ipswich Town player.

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Wigan Athletic 2-1 Ipswich Town.

Keane 31, 35'

Montano 65'

Ipswich go down fighting to battling Wigan.

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Wigan Athletic were the opposition for Ryan Clarke's first away game and they managed to come away with a victory they will be delighted with. A slow start from Ipswich allowed Robbie Keane to sneak in and blast the ball into the net from point blank range, leaving Zieler no chance. Keane was at it again as he scored another 4 minutes later, a ball in behind gave Keane the chance he rarely misses as he calmly rounded a helpless Zieler to make it 2-0 to the home side. This sparked some action from Ipswich as they pushed to find a way back into the game.

After many, many missed or saved attempts they eventually broke through the Wigan defense. A cross from Viana's free-kick gave Montano a chance he couldn't miss as he headed it to give Ipswich a chance. However their attempts were met by a defiant Demirel who saved shot after shot after shot. A good performance from Ipswich but they come out as losers.

Ipswich - Zieler; Bovo, Colback, Carlos, Mulgrew; Faurlin, Montano ©, Viana, Maloney, Raffael; Jones.

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Ipswich Town 2-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Bedimo 2'

Dossena 6'

Viana 85'

Ipswich get first win under Clarke.

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After failing to win in their first two games under Ryan Clarke a lot of fans may have already been doubting whether Clarke could bring success to Ipswich, such is football these days. However a fantastic performance from Ipswich gave them the victory over Wolves despite a horrendous start. The ball was in the back of the Ipswich net after 2 minutes, a wicked deflection giving Bedimo his fourth goal of the season. It could have been doubled soon after with Phil Neville rampaging down the wing but his shot was beaten away by Zieler. Ipswich were soon on level terms, just four minutes after Bedimo had scored Dossena's curling effort was too much for Tim Krul after some good work by Briand.

Compared to the first half the second half was a bit off the pace with both sides struggling to craft any chances. The standard of play dropped dramatically with the ball constantly being lost carelessly by both sides. It looked destined for a draw when Hugo Viana's 35 yard screamer hit the back of the net in the 85th minute to send Ipswich's fans and Ryan Clarke on the touchline into ecstasy. A truly memorable moment for the player and for Ryan Clarke who is now off the mark in his latest job.

Ipswich - Zieler ©; Bovo, Dossena, Carlos, Mulgrew; Faurlin, Viana, Taarabt; Maloney, Raffael, Briand.

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Peterborough United 3-3 Ipswich Town.

Jones 14'

Camara 27'

Arevalo Rios 55'

Carlos 65'

Briand 73'

El Arabi 76'

Ipswich unlucky to draw.

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London Road played host to an exciting Division 4 encounter as Peterborough battled it out with Ipswich. With Ipswich winning their last game they were desperate to get a run of form going here but came unstuck against a hard-working Peterborough side. Ipswich thought they'd scored after 4 minutes after Jimmy Briand headed the ball into the net but the goal was given offside and replays showed this as the correct decision. 10 minutes later and the ball was in the net again, with no offside flag to save Peterborough this time. Kenwyne Jones' dink over the Peterborough keeper giving Ipswich a deserved early lead. Peterborough were soon on level terms, a good pass by Denis unleashing Camara as he placed one with the outside of his boot right into the bottom corner. Two petty fouls saw Denis given a red card late in the half much to the annoyance of his manager.

The second half was full of goals and amazingly the first one was scored by 10 man Peterborough. Arevalo Rios scoring a lovely goal from the edge of the box, but with 10 men this lead was always going to be hard to keep and Ipswich threw more men forward. Briand's free-kick was met by the head of Carlos who easily put it past Sorrentino in the Peterborough net to get Ipswich onto level terms. Briand then gave Ipswich the lead with a low drilled shot across Sorrentino finding the back of the net. Again this lead was lost when 3 minutes later a lapse of concentration allowed El Arabi to place his shot past the keeper to make it 3-3. Just a minute later Adel Taarabt was sent off for a kick on on Vargas after which the game mellowed and finished 3-3.

Ipswich - Zieler ©; Bovo, Dossena, Carlos; Maloney, Mulgrew, Viana, Taarabt; Raffael, Jones, Briand.

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