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Luciano Civelli - Career - Ipswich Town - Return From Long-term Injury
... On 7 February 2011, Civelli came on as a substitute in Ipswich's 3–0 victory over Sheffield United ... He left the club on 28 July 2011 after he and Ipswich agreed to terminate his contract ...
Simon Hunt (footballer) - Career - Coaching Career
... Hunt has managed Swedish sides IK Brage and Kalmar FF, and has scouted for English sides Ipswich Town and Derby County ... Hunt returned as an international scout to Ipswich Town in June 2008 ... was announced that Hunt would be leaving Ipswich Town following his time as International scout ...
List Of Ipswich Town F.C. Seasons
... Ipswich Town F.C ... Following the club's foundation, Ipswich Town played amateur football against teams from around Suffolk ... Throughout the early part of the 20th century Ipswich played in various amateur competitions including the Norfolk and Suffolk League, the South East Anglian League, the Eastern ...
PFA Team Of The Year - Winners - 1998–99 - First Division
... Player Club Appearance GK Richard Wright Ipswich Town 1 DF Gary Rowett Birmingham City 1 DF Michael Gray Sunderland 2 DF Darren Moore Bradford City 1 DF Paul Butler Sunderland 1 DF Mark Venus Ipswich ...
Portman Road - History
... Ipswich played their early matches at Broomhill Park, but in 1884, the club moved to Portman Road and have played there ever since ... substantial elements of ground development did not begin for a further 11 years, though Ipswich became one of the first clubs to implement the use of goal ... At this time, Ipswich were an amateur side (the team became professional in 1936) and the first visit of a professional club came in 1892, when Preston North End played a Suffolk County ...

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