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Underused Ipswich Town pair should be slyly delighted at the prospect of the club’s impending relegation

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Ipswich Town fans have not seen the resurgence they had hoped for after the departure of Mick McCarthy and now look destined for the third tier. 

Under Paul Hurst, there were hopes that the club could change their approach and modernise their game, but after a host of losses before October the former Shrewsbury man was given the boot.

Paul Lambert came in to replace him, hoping his experience would be enough to drag them to survival but that has not proven to be the case.

The Tractor Boys have picked up just two wins in his 19 matches in charge leaving the club rock-bottom of the second-tier table and nine points from safety.

It has been a disastrous campaign and it will prove to be a big struggle to get the fans excited for a season in League One.

But what about the players? And specifically the club’s two most promising youngsters, Teddy Bishop and Andre Dozzell.

Having racked up just 22 appearances between them this season, the highly-rated midfielders are never likely to get much of a look in whilst the club are in the Championship.

So, they should, therefore, be slyly delighted at the prospect of the club’s relegation and the greater amount of playing minutes that would come with that.

In League One, they would have a brilliant chance to stamp their names on the team.


ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: Underused Ipswich Town pair should be slyly delighted at the prospect of the club’s impending relegation

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