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Ipswich Town 4 - Middlesbrough 0

Portman Road

February 2

Attendance: 16,389

Smith Stars As Town Triumph

Not since he stuffed West Ham by five have Ipswich played so well and dominated a team trying for promotion.
Manager Mick McCarthy was ill so watched the game at home via Town's Sling Box internet streaming system and was given the perfect pick me up.
Even before we socred Town were the better passing side as capitalised on the numerous errors Mogga's side made.
New boy Richard Stearman looked comfortable at right back while Guirane N'daw was excellent in the middle.
But it was Smudger who came up with the opener when he showed great desire to get to a near post corner from Aaron Cresswella nd crashe din a header seven minutes before the break.
Three minutes after half-time David McGoldrick took the ball off george Friend and hammered in from 25-yards.
Not to be outdone, his striker partner Aaron Mclean embarrassed Faris Houron before driving in a shot which came off Andre Bikey's back.
Smithh wrapped up the fine win with another headed goal, this time from a Carlos Edwards corner.




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The Journalist

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

Date:Sunday February 3 2013

Time: 11:22AM

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A new dawn its a new day......Who knows where we might end up this season if we can sew a few results like this one together....COYB..
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