Ipswich Town got back to winning ways as they scored two second-half goals to come from behind to beat Plymouth.
Paul Lambert has been under big pressure from the support in recent weeks, although he did receive the backing of owner Marcus Evans.
However, that scrutiny from the support looked as though it would increase when they trailed 1-0 at the break yesterday. However, Danny Mayor was sent off for the hosts in the 70th minute and a quickfire double from Jon Nolan and Kayden Jackson ensured the Tractor Boys picked up maximum points.
Speaking after the game, Lambert suggested that this win wouldn’t change the ‘negativity’ surrounding the club right now, even though Ipswich are third in the table.
And, his prediction was right, as many fans were critical of the Scotsman after the game, and his attitude towards the support won’t have helped.
Here we look at some of the comments from Twitter…
Don’t bother coming back to Ipswich Ipswich only won this game cos Plymouth had a player sent off
— Team pike racing (@pikeyracing) December 5, 2020
It's not just about the last 2 defeats Paul and you know that. You relegated us with a powder puff formation, failed to get us back up (which you should have been fired for) and still haven't learnt from your mistakes. It's simple. #itfc #lambertout
— Lewis Mitchell (@lewismitchell87) December 5, 2020
— Lee (@3trinitythree) December 5, 2020
Credit to Paul & Team tonight – Good Win Away
— Peter Crowhurst (@PeterCrowhurst) December 5, 2020
I think the relationship with the majority of fans is irreparably broken now. He knows it too. Nothing he does now will ever change that. #itfc
— Jez (@Jezonimo) December 5, 2020
Wow an actual a bit of honesty we struggling and we need some help
— andrew smith (@andresmyth316) December 5, 2020
A win when you are not at your best is very welcome.
— Scott Shields (@ScottShields180) December 5, 2020