Yes, Ipswich Town's season has been over. But that doesn't mean we can't rank the League One away kits from the 2021/22 season. Let's go. 24: Cheltenham Town – Errea Did somebody at Cheltenham forget to order the away kit until it was too late?
The 2021/22 League One season is almost in the books, with only the play-off final left to play. That means almost all of the awards have been handed out but, determined not to be left out, I've decided to name my own team-of-the-season. A starting XI and seven subs.
Ipswich Town's season is over, with the Blues finishing 11th in League One. It's been a season of change at Portman Road, with the Blues signing almost an entire new squad in the summer with Paul Cook at the helm, before the club's new owners appointed their first manager by bringing in Kieran McKenna in December.
James Norwood is leaving Ipswich Town after three seasons with the club. The striker, signed on a free transfer from Tranmere in the summer of 2019, scored 28 goals in Ipswich Blue in 88 matches before being deemed surplus to requirements by Kieran McKenna. Eleven of those came in his first season, 10 in his second and seven in his third, with much of his time with the Blues hit by injury or exile from the first-team picture.
Ipswich Town thumped Charlton Athletic 4-0 yesterday in their final game of the League One season - here's what fans made of it... The win saw Town finish 11th in the League One table, 13 points off the play-off places and 20 behind the top two. Here's what fans made of it all, talking to Ross Halls and our Gameday cameras..
Ipswich Town beat Charlton Athletic 4-0 at Portman Road on the final day of the season. Andy Warren hands out his player ratings. Christian Walton An otherwise-quiet first-half got that little bit busier for Walton when he was required to make a good save to keep Jayden Stockley out before the break, before clawing out a Chuks Aneke effort in the closing stages.
Ipswich Town finish their League One season against Charlton at Portman Road. Andy Warren looks ahead to the game. Final fling Here we are, then. Game 46 of the League One season. This game was supposed to be the day Ipswich lifted the League One trophy in front of their supporters, or at the very least booked their place in the play-offs ahead of a post-season promotion run.
Ipswich Town have decisions to make regarding their out-of-contract players. Andy Warren and Stuart Watson have their say on who should stay and who should go. James Norwood SW: For me, as I've said plenty of times before, he's the best striker at the club.
Ipswich Town drew 2-2 with Wigan Athletic last night. Andy Warren reflects on the action. A reason to smile Ipswich Town didn’t have an awful lot riding on this game. But Wigan Athletic certainly did. The Latics would have completed promotion to the Championship had they won at Portman Road, owing to MK Dons’ loss at Oxford, but they will need to wait a few more days to secure their spot in the second tier.
Ipswich Town drew 2-2 with Wigan Athletic this evening. Andy Warren hands out his player ratings. Christian Walton Had little to do in the first half other than pick Will Keane’s excellent header out of the net but proved his worth in the second. He first bailed out Janoi Donacien with a good save following a slack attempt to chest the ball back before making another good stop to keep out Keane.
Ipswich Town take on Wigan Athletic at Portman Road this evening. Andy Warren looks ahead to the contest. Three to go We have entered the final furlong. Defeat at Rotherham means Town’s chances of making the play-offs are officially over. Even mathematics, the old friend which keeps chances alive when all sense says otherwise, accepts it’s over.
Andy Warren goes on his annual journey, in which he ranks every League One home shirt from worst to first. 24 - Crewe Alexandra - FBT Once upon a time I made the odd decision to have a red wall in my living room. Painting over it, once it became clear the colour was far too angry, was a nightmare.
Ipswich Town travel to Shropshire to take on Shrewsbury this afternoon. Andy Warren takes a look ahead to the action. The final five Defeat by Cambridge a week ago was a hammer blow to Town’s play-off hopes. It’s one they surely can’t recover from.
It’s looking like Ipswich Town’s season will end in disappointment, but there have been plenty of high points. In previous years, it’s been tough to pick the Blues’ top performers during hugely disappointing campaigns. But it’s a much tougher task this time around, with plenty of players putting in good individual campaigns.
There is an acceptance that Ipswich Town's season is over following the 1-0 home loss to Cambridge United. Andy Warren looks at the reason why the Blues will likely fall short. The picture Ipswich Town’s season appears to be over following Saturday’s 1-0 home loss to Cambridge.
Ipswich Town lost 1-0 to Cambridge United this afternoon. Andy Warren hands out his player ratings. Christian Walton In so many of Town’s recent games, the keeper has been a spectator for long spells but was required to make some vital interventions today. Top of that list was an excellent save to stop George Williams’ header, before catching a series of tough balls in traffic to remove pressure.
Centre-back Luke Woolfenden has now made over 100 appearances for Ipswich Town, but it looked until very recently that he would move to pastures new. He was out of the first-team picture, and his motivation – even to train, was at an all-time low. The 23-year-old local lad had reached a culdesac, and he struggled to get up in the morning and go to train.
Ipswich Town beat Plymouth Argyle 1-0 at Portman Road on Saturday. Enjoy the match highlights here.. Also, see what the Blues fans had to say afterwards... And what Stuart Watson and Andy Warren thought of it all...