Cambridge United v Ipswich Town: East Anglian derby a reminder of the sad fall of Tractor Boys

CAMBRIDGE AND IPSWICH are around 50 miles apart, but given the lack of top-class football entities in East Anglian, the clash between the two clubs is always keenly anticipated. At League One level, Ipswich Town are a big club, along … Continue reading Cambridge United v Ipswich Town: East Anglian derby a reminder of the sad fall of Tractor Boys

Tottenham are still waiting, but which clubs have been in the queue longest for a trophy?

EVERTON and Tottenham fought-out an exciting FA Cup fith round tie this week, with the Toffees winning by the odd goal in nine. It has been 26 years since Everton lifted a trophy, 33 since the league title last ended … Continue reading Tottenham are still waiting, but which clubs have been in the queue longest for a trophy?

Through the turnstiles: Cardiff City v Ipswich Town

CARDIFF CITY have made quite a few headlines over the past few years. The controversial switch from the club’s traditional blue shirts to red, initiated by Victor Tan and his associates, did little to endear the administration to the fans. Thankfully, the club reverted to blue, but the episode merely underlined the lack of understanding by the new breed of owners of the heritage of the game, and also suggested that marketing is at the root of everything these days. But on Tan’s watch Cardiff have had a sniff of the big time in the form of elevation to the … Continue reading Through the turnstiles: Cardiff City v Ipswich Town