Paul Cook will know that he has his work cut out if he is turn Ipswich Town’s fortunes around and ignite a late push for promotion this season.
It has been a disappointing start to life in Suffolk for Cook, who took over at Portman Road at the beginning of the month.
The 54-year-old has yielded just four points from his first four games in charge, and last night, they fell to their second defeat under his stewardship, losing 2-0 to Fleetwood Town.
All is not lost for the Tractor Boys, though. They sit a point off the League One play-off positions with two games in hand on the team above them, Charlton Athletic.
Cook is a manager who knows how to galvanise a dressing room and build a winning mentality in time, and he will hoping for long-term success at Ipswich as well as short-term success.
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