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Downes reflects on Norwich scrap, Garbutt returns home – What Ipswich Town’s players have been up to on social media recently

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The country is in lockdown in order to combat the spread of coronavirus, which has prompted the population into curing their boredom in many different ways.

On social media, footballers are taking part in the “stay at home challenge”, which involves them kicking a roll of toilet paper up into the air and keeping it up off the floor.

The “game face” challenge is now emerged, and you feel that these type of challenges will be around for some time as the EFL continues to postpone its fixtures.

The lengthy break probably came at the right time for Ipswich Town, with the Tractor Boys losing seven of their last nine games which has seen them drop to 10th in the Sky Bet League One table.

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Time for recharging batteries, then, and here, we take a look at what Ipswich players have been up to on social media during the break from football…

Flynn Downes

Jordan Roberts has nominated Downes for the “game face” challenge, and the midfielder has duly accepted.

Downes has posted a picture of what looks to be a fiery battle between himself and Norwich City star Todd Cantwell, in last season’s East Anglian derby at Carrow Road.

It was a day to forget for Town. Paul Lambert was sent to the stands after a pitchside brawl, and the Canaries ran out as 3-0 winners in their bid for automatic promotion.

Kayden Jackson

It has been a positive campaign for Kayden Jackson, who has been in decent form in front of goal for the Suffolk club.

The striker is on 11 goals in all competitions and has also chipped in with seven assists, but picked up a red card in their most recent game against Oxford.

Here he is dusting off the cobwebs and going on a run.

Luke Garbutt

Garbutt has seemingly returned to Merseyside and parent club Everton during the break.

The 26-year-old has been exceptional for the Tractor Boys this term, scoring six goals and chipping in with three goals from wing-back.

Ipswich will be desperate to tie him down to a permanent deal in the summer, if finances let them do so.


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