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Ipswich 3 - Forest 1

FPR

November 27

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Town Fell Foolish Forest

Luke Hyam, he is one of our own, was at the heart of the Superblues' win over Nottingham Forest, whcih move dus out of the bottom three.

Mick McCarthy has made it Fortress Portman Road after victory over Forest made it the third home game without loss and to make it even more like three is the lucky number, we cored three goals.

In all fairness the first goal was a comicalcock-up by Forest keeper Lee camp and defneder Danny Collins, didnt they used to be here?.

Giurane N'Daw marched through and finished with a flourish from a yard out.

Camp was lucky to even be on the pitch after taking out DJ Campbell outside the box but then saved a penalty from DJ who didn't want to score tonight.

Instead he left it to Luke who smashed in the rebound to put Town back in front after Forest had got a pretty decent goal finished by Dexter Blackstock.

It was all wrapped up late on when another appalling error, this time by Andy Reid, allowed Daryl Murphy to go on and score.

Star Player

Guirane N'Daw




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Writer: Dan The Town Man Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 27 2012

Time: 11:38PM

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Can't believe some of the terms you use with such poor spelling/punctuation. Does this site not have an editor?
bonzai tree
Don't mind a bit of dodgy spelling / punctuation when Dan the man is writing about a Town win.......
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