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Ipswich Season Preview 2011/12: In Brief

Ipswich Season Preview 2011/12: In Brief

Ahead of the new 2011/12 Championship season, Vital Ipswich brings you a bitesize summary of Ipswich Town's pre-season preparations; all the new faces and farewells, all the figures and all the friendlies.

For more insight on Town's prospects for the upcoming season, check out our in-depth preview: 'Where Others Fell'.


IPSWICH TOWN TRANSFERS SUMMER 2011

In:

Michael Chopra - Cardiff City (Undisclosed: estimated £1.5m)
Ivar Ingimarsson - Unattached, formerly Reading (Free)
Nathan Ellington - Unattached, formerly Watford (Free)
Aaron Cresswell - Unattached, formerly Tranmere Rovers (Compensation fee only)
Lee Bowyer - Unattached, formerly Birmingham City (Free)
David Stockdale - Fulham (Loan: season-long)
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas - Arsenal (Undisclosed: estimated £1.1m-1.5m)

Out:

Ian McLoughlin - Milton Keynes Dons (Released)
Billy Clark - Unattached (Released)
Brian Murphy - Unattached (Released)
David Norris - Portsmouth (Released)
Gareth McAuley - West Bromwich Albion (Released)
David Cawley - Unattached (Released)
Pablo Counago - Unattached (Released)
Reggie Lambe - Unattached (Released)
Kevin Lisbie - Unattached (Released)
Alan Quinn - Unattached (Released)
Tom Eastman - Colchester United (Released)
Troy Brown - Rotherham United (Released)
Connor Wickham - Sunderland (£8.1m)
Luciano Civelli - Unattached (Released)
Conor Hourihane - Plymouth Argyle (Released)

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IPSWICH TOWN PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY RESULTS SUMMER 2011

Holland

Report 12/07 FC Eindhoven v Ipswich - W 2-0 (Chopra 2)
Report 14/07 Den Bosch v Ipswich - W 3-1 (Smith, Scotland, Priskin)

England

Report 13/07 Haverhill Rovers v Ipswich XI - W 2-1 (Lavery 2)
Report 19/07 Cambridge United v Ipswich - D 2-2 (Chopra 2)
Report 20/07 Bury Town v Ipswich XI - W 3-2 (Maduako, Lavery, Murray)
Report 22/07 Southend United v Ipswich - D 1-1 (Martin)
Report 26/07 Colchester United v Ipswich - D 0-0 [Abandoned after 78min]
Report 27/07 Needham Market v Ipswich XI - D 1-1 (Priskin)
Report 30/07 Ipswich v Wolverhampton Wanderers - L 2-1 (Bowyer)


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Writer:Darren C
Date:Thursday August 4 2011
Time: 2:44PM

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Makes you realise just how many players we've let go of, doesn't it! Could easily see Marton Fulop and Shane O'Connor being added to that list in the near future as well. Still, got to be pretty pleased with some of the names we've brought in, especially given the fairly minimal expenditure relative to the standard of players.
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04/08/2011 14:58:00
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