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‘Isn’t good enough’, ‘Has to be dropped’ – Many Ipswich fans slate performance of one player following Plymouth defeat

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Despite finding the winning formula recently, Ipswich Town showed their inconsistencies again yesterday as they were defeated by League One table-toppers Plymouth Argyle.

At a sold-out Home Park, the Tractor Boys took the lead thanks to George Edmundson’s header, but they failed to go into the break with the lead intact as Luke Jephcott equalised for the Pilgrims.

And just after half-time Plymouth turned it around thanks to wing-back Conor Grant who slammed the ball into the far corner and that ended up being the winning goal.

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Paul Cook tried to shake things up in search of an equaliser with Joe Pigott and Bersant Celina both coming on but they couldn’t find the goal they needed so they made the long trip back to Suffolk with no points.

Cook has a big squad to choose from and yesterday he decided to play both left-backs in Hayden Coulson and Matt Penney, with the former playing further up the pitch on the right flank.

Whilst Coulson was the first player substituted off for Ipswich, it was Penney’s performance that was seemingly the poorer with his lack of challenge for Plymouth’s equaliser very evident.

Ipswich fans didn’t hold back in their criticism of Penney following his showing in Devon – let’s see what they were saying on social media.


25 years old, UCLan Sports Journalism graduate, Preston North End fan

ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: ‘Isn’t good enough’, ‘Has to be dropped’ – Many Ipswich fans slate performance of one player following Plymouth defeat

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