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‘Past it’, ‘Rather play with 9 men’ – These Ipswich fans lambast player who lost possession 15 times v AFC Wimbledon

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It was another disappointing night at the office for Ipswich Town last night as life under Paul Cook isn’t going quite to plan.

They may have been unbeaten in four matches going into their clash with AFC Wimbledon, but three of them were draws and in the 0-0’s against Rochdale and MK Dons, the Suffolk side couldn’t muster up a shot on target.

And there was more misery to be had against the Dons, as the hosts raced into a 2-0 lead in the first half through Will Nightingale and Jack Rudoni headers.

Preston North End loanee Josh Harrop was then sent off for Ipswich just moments after Rudoni’s goal, which killed off any chances of a fightback from the visitors in the second half.

Wimbledon dominated with the extra man and they sealed the victory late on through Ryan Longman, delivering a major blow to Ipswich’s play-off challenge.

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It was a poor team effort and Paul Cook made no secret that he felt let down by his squad, hinting that he will be making major changes this summer, and one of the more disappointing players was Stephen Ward.

The Irish veteran was playing at left-wing-back and lost possession 15 times during the match (Sofascore), with many Tractor Boys fans believing he’s not cut out to wear their shirt – check out some of their reactions.


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Article title: ‘Past it’, ‘Rather play with 9 men’ – These Ipswich fans lambast player who lost possession 15 times v AFC Wimbledon

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