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‘Woeful’, ‘Wrong decision’ – These Ipswich fans react as multiple player departures confirmed

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Paul Cook said he would be the demolition man when it came to sorting out Ipswich Town’s squad at the end of the 2020/21 season – and he wasn’t lying.

Cook has started the rebuilding process weeks before the season ended, with Alan Judge’s departure being confirmed and the next name to be confirmed as leaving was his former Ireland international team-mate Stephen Ward.

Yesterday though saw more players head to the exit door, including experienced pros Cole Skuse and Luke Chambers who played over 600 league games for the Tractor Boys between them – and they were followed by four other players who won’t be sticking around when their contracts are up on June 30.

Freddie Sears – a long-serving player who joined in January 2015 – will depart following over six years service to the Suffolk club, and he will be joined by defender James Wilson and midfielders Emyr Huws and Tristan Nydam.

Wilson is a real surprise as even though he only played 17 times in League One this season, he was still named Player of the Year by Ipswich’s supporters club.

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Huws meanwhile played just nine times in the league and has had an injury-hit spell at Portman Road, whilst Nydam – born and bred in the Ipswich academy – has also struggled with injuries for the last two years.

In the cases of Nydam and Wilson there’s a lot of disappointment that they’ve been allowed to leave and supporters have been reacting to the news on Twitter.


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