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‘100% with him’ – Many Ipswich Town fans react to Paul Cook’s brutally honest assessment

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A number of Ipswich Town supporters have been reacting to the brutally honest assessment of manager Paul Cook on where the Tractor Boys are at the moment following their 3-0 defeat at AFC Wimbledon.

Cook’s side headed into the game needing to show more than they had done in their previous two games which had both ended in goalless draws against Rochdale and MK Dons. However, things would get even worse for them in the first half at AFC Wimbledon with the Tractor Boys falling two goals behind inside the opening 25 minutes. Josh Harrop was then sent off three minutes later.

The result leaves Ipswich with a very difficult task now to try and make the League One play-offs this term with them being five points off sixth place as a result of the defeat. That will be a real source of frustration because had they done more than win just one of their last five they might have been able to have had a real chance of securing one of the top-six places.

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Following the defeat at Wimbledon, Cook showed no desire to hold anything back and was keen to issue a message that supporters would be wanting to hear about the club’s current situation. He suggested, amongst a lot of honest comments, that the Tractor Boys are a million miles off the quality needed and that major surgery is needed in terms of the transfers to turn things around.

Many Ipswich fans were pleased to hear the honest assessment from Cook on the Tractor Boys’ situation and were hoping that he can be backed in the summer and allowed to make the changes that are needed.

Here, we take a look at some of the best reactions on social media…


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