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Diabetic cleared of murder

Football: Platt is left feeling flat by Holland

Nottingham Forest 0 Ipswich Town 1

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UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATOR Mark Allen has bought three homes since 1985. He now lives in Streatham, south London.

Football: Norfolk's finest fail to break derby day deadlock

Norwich City 0 Ipswich Town 0

Space. The final frontier for a foreigner in London

`If there's a more awful experience than looking for a flat to rent, I don't want to know about it'

Football: A Parkes side full of fight

Anatomy of a troubled club: Blackburn make big changes on the pitch, but badly need stability off it: Blackburn Rovers 2 Carsley 1, 67 Ipswich Town 2 Holland 75, Mowbray 90 Half-time: 1-0 Attendance: 18,512

Football: Croft caps promising debut with goal that sinks City

Ipswich 2 Manchester City 1

Football: Ipswich don the survival gear

Portsmouth 1 Whittingham 48 Ipswich Town 1 Scowcroft 88 Half-time: 0-0 Attendance: 16,034

Football: Robson keeps faith in Ipswich

Ipswich Town 1 Bolton Wanderers 0

Football: Incisive Ipswich show up Swindon

Swindon Town 1 Ipswich Town 4

Football: Ipswich Town 3 Nottingham Forest 1 - Slick Ipswich punish pitiful Forest

WARM-DOWNS, dieticians, nutritionalists, fitness trainers and sprint trainers. It is fair to say David Platt has got everything a modern day footballer requires at the City Ground, except that rare ability to win games.

Football: Ipswich hearts broken by Taylor

Ipswich Town 4 Bolton Wanderers 3 agg 4-4; score at 90min 3-2; Bolton win on away goals

Football: Bolton bogey rattles Ipswich

Bolton Wanderers 1 Ipswich Town 0

Football: Magilton keeps Ipswich on track

Push for the Premiership: Town edge into second spot as Birmingham stay in the hunt with late goal

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