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How will final match play out?

Ipswich Win
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League 1 - Ipswich Town vs Charlton Athletic Preview & Matchday Thread

Post by Frosty » Thu Apr 28, 2022 9:51 pm

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Saturday 30th April 2022 - 12:30

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Pre-Match Thoughts – Mike


Another Season Of What If's.........


And just like that another season has come and gone, a season that promised so much was basically over before it really got off the ground, a torrid start had us on the back foot from the off and if we are all honest with ourselves I think deep down we pretty much knew the play offs were a bit of a pipe dream.

We all have our opinions on why the season ended in disappointment, for me it was sticking with Paul Cook when Gamechanger took over but you can't question their loyalty to the manager who having bulldozed his way through a failing and washed up squad then came up short in trying to get the new guard to perform, his rigidness to certain formation etc not doing his chances of success any good at all.

It can be argued that on the pitch little has changed under Kieran McKenna where results are concerned, however I still take issue with that, yes we have drawn way too many games that we should have won but the clean sheet total was mounting up by the week and a run of Twelve games unbeaten has been unheard of in recent years, the quality of our Football has gone up several notches and people are coming back in large numbers to be entertained again, season ticket sales already look very healthy indeed and the belief is there that the club are on the way back.

Of course it is a results driven business and KM will be under no illusions as to what is expected of him ad his team next season, he already knows the areas of the team that need addressing and I for One am convinced the gaffer will get it right, yes it will be a tough division, they all are but we will without question be right up there and in the mix, the summer promises to be very busy and interesting to say the least, I am expecting Ashton and co to be wheeling and dealing throughout the Transfer window and how they perform is key to next season.

We can all look forward to what we hope will be an enjoyable and dare I say it exciting season, with over 20k attendances becoming the norm us fans have a massive part to play, the rewards are massive and we need to get behind the team and stick with it throughout.

Before we can all take a well earned rest we have the small matter of the final game of the season at home to Charlton Athletic to get out of the way first and while the game is pretty irrelevant it would be good to send the large crowd home and into the Summer on the back of a win. I have a feeling a couple of kids could finally get a run out which will add a bit of interest to a completely dead rubber. I hope come the full time whistle the players and manager get a fantastic reception on their lap of honour as I believe if nothing else they have gone a long way to giving us fans our club back, this is Ipswich Town after all and we need to remember that, we are NOT your typical run of the mill League One club. I think Town will sign off victorious and get the job done. 2-1 Town Win. COYB'S.

Finally I just want to say a big thank you to those who do read the ramblings I come up with week after week, this season has definitely been slightly easier than the last few depressing seasons when each week it was a wrench. I hope you all have an amazing summer and you all get the season each and every one of you deserve following this wonderful club that we love so much.
Mike.



The Opposition – Charlton Athletic



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Charlton Athletic F.C. were formed on 9 June 1905 by a group of 15- to 17-year-old boys near to the present-day site of the Thames Barrier.

Charlton spent the years before the First World War playing in local leagues. After the war, they joined the Kent League for one season (1919–20) before becoming professional. They were accepted by the Southern League and played just a single season (1920–21) before being voted into the Football League.

In 1923 it was proposed that Charlton merge with Catford Southend to create a larger team with bigger support, however, the move fell through and the Addicks returned to the Charlton area in 1924.

Charlton finished second bottom in the Football League in 1926 and were forced to apply for re-election which was successful.

Three years later the Addicks won the Division Three championship in 1929 and they remained at the Division Two level for four years.

After relegation into the Third Division south at the end of the 1932/33 season the club appointed Jimmy Seed as manager and he oversaw the most successful period in Charlton's history either side of the Second World War.

Seed, an ex-miner who had made a career as a footballer despite suffering the effects of poison gas in the First World War, remains the most successful manager in Charlton's history. The organisation Seed brought to the team proved effective and the Addicks gained successive promotions from the Third Division to the First Division between 1934 and 1936.

In 1937, Charlton finished runners up in the First Division, in 1938 finished fourth and 1939 finished third.They were the most consistent team in the top flight of English football over the three seasons immediately before the Second World War.

Charlton reached the 1946 FA Cup Final, but lost to Derby County.

When the full league programme resumed in 1946–47 Charlton could finish only 19th in the First Division, just above the relegation spots, but they made amends with their performance in the FA Cup, winning the 1947 FA Cup Final.

In this period of renewed football attendances, Charlton became one of only thirteen English football teams to average over 40,000 as their attendance during a full season. The Valley was the largest football ground in the League, drawing crowds in excess of 70,000. However, in the 1950s little investment was made either for players or to The Valley, hampering the club's growth. In 1956, the then board undermined Jimmy Seed and then sacked him, and Charlton were relegated.

From the late 1950s until the early 1970s, Charlton remained a mainstay of the Second Division before relegation to the Third Division in 1972 which caused the team's support to drop, and even a promotion in 1975 back to the second division did little to re-invigorate the team's support and finances.

In 1979–80 Charlton were relegated again to the Third Division, but won immediate promotion back to the Second Division in 1980–81.Even though it did not feel like it, this was a turning point in the club's history leading to a period of turbulence and change including further promotion and exile. A change in management and shortly after a change in club ownership led to severe problems and the club looked like it would go out of business.

In 1984 financial matters came to a head and the club went into administration, to be reformed as Charlton Athletic (1984) Ltd. But the club's finances were still far from secure, and they were forced to leave the Valley just after the start of the 1985–86 season, in the wake of the Bradford City stadium fire after its safety was criticised by Football League officials. The club began to groundshare with Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

Despite the move away from the Valley, Charlton were promoted to the First Division as Second Division runners-up at the end of 1985–86, and remained at this level for four years (achieving a highest league finish of 14th). Eventually, Charlton were relegated in 1990 however Manager Lennie Lawrence remained in charge for one more season before he accepted an offer to take charge of Middlesbrough. He was replaced by joint player-managers Alan Curbishley and Steve Gritt who started to achieve results, however, the club was forced to sell players to help pay for a return to The Valley, which eventually happened in December 1992.

In 1995, new chairman Richard Murray appointed Alan Curbishley as manager of Charlton. Under his sole leadership Charlton made an appearance in the playoffs in 1996 and the following season brought a disappointing 15th place finish. In 1997–98 Charlton's they reached the Division One playoff final against Sunderland which they won on penalties and were promoted to the Premier League.

Charlton's first Premier League campaign began promisingly but they were unable to keep up their good form and were relegated back to Division One on the final day of the season. The club's board kept faith in Curbishley, and were rewarded with the Division One title in 2000 which signalled a return to the Premier League.
After the club's return, Curbishley proved an astute spender and by 2003 he had succeeded in establishing Charlton in the top flight. Charlton failed to build on this level of achievement and Curbishley departed in 2006, with the club still established as a solid mid-table side.

In May 2006, Iain Dowie was named as Curbishley's successor, but was sacked after twelve league matches in November 2006. Les Reed replaced Dowie as manager, however he too failed to improve Charlton's position in the league table and on Christmas Eve 2006, Reed was replaced by former player Alan Pardew. Although results did improve, Pardew was unable to keep Charlton up and relegation was confirmed in the penultimate match of the season.

Charlton's return to the second tier of English football was a disappointment, with their promotion campaign tailing off to an 11th place finish.

On 22 November 2008 Charlton suffered a loss to Sheffield United at home, which meant that the club had gone eight successive games without a win and had slipped into the relegation zone—particularly disastrous considering they were among the pre-season favourites for promotion. Hours after the game, Alan Pardew left Charlton by mutual consent.

Matters did not improve under caretaker manager Phil Parkinson, Charlton's were relegated to League One.

After spending almost the entire 2009/2010 season in the top six of League One, Charlton were defeated in the Football League One play-offs.

At that time, Charlton went through a change in ownership. The new owners decided to remove both Parkinson and Charlton legend Mark Kinsella after a poor run of results and another Charlton legend, Chris Powell was appointed manager of the club in January 2011.

In a busy summer, Powell brought in 19 new players and after a successful season, on 14 April 2012, Charlton Athletic won promotion back to the Championship.
In the first season back to the Championship since the 2008–09 season, the 2012–13 season of the Championship saw Charlton finish ninth place with 65 points, just three points outside of the play-off places to the Premier League.

In early January 2014 during the 2013–14 season, Belgian businessman, Roland Duchâtelet took over Charlton Athletic football club. On 11 March 2014 , two days after a disappointing FA Cup quarter-final loss to Sheffield United, and with Charlton sitting bottom of the table, Chris Powell was sacked by Duchâtelet.

New manager, Jose Riga, despite having to join Charlton late into the season, was able to help Charlton survive relegation and the club ended the season in 18th position. Riga resigned at the end of the season to take charge of Blackpool which saw Bob Peeters taking over the managers role.

In January 2015 Guy Luzon was appointed head coach from Peeters and he saw the season out with the Addicks finishing in 12th place on 60 points

On 14th January 2016, Riga was appointed head coach of Charlton Athletic for the second time, but could not prevent Charlton from being relegated to League One for the 2016–17 season. Riga resigned at the end of the season. To many fans, the managerial changes and subsequent relegation to League One were symptomatic of the mismanagement of the club under Duchâtelet's ownership and several protests began.

Lee Bowyer was appointed Manager in March 2018 on a one-year contract and after finishing third in the regular 2018-19 EFL League One season, Charlton beat Sunderland 2–1 in the League One play-off final to earn promotion back to the EFL Championship after a three-season absence. Bowyer later signed a new one-year contract following promotion, which was later extended to three years in January 2020.

On 29 November 2019, Charlton Athletic were acquired by East Street Investments (ESI) from Abu Dhabi, subject to approval from the English Football League (EFL). Approval was reportedly granted on 2 January 2020. However, on 10 March 2020, a public disagreement between the new owners erupted along with reports that the main investor was pulling out, and the EFL said the takeover had not been approved.The Valley and Charlton's training ground were still owned by Duchâtelet, and a transfer embargo was in place as the new owners had not provided evidence of funding through to June 2021.

On 20 April 2020, the EFL announced that the club had been placed under investigation for misconduct regarding the takeover. In June 2020, Charlton confirmed that ESI had been taken over by a consortium led by businessman Paul Elliott, and said it had contacted the EFL to finalise the ownership change. However, a legal dispute involving former ESI director Matt Southall continued. He attempted to regain control of the club to prevent Elliot's takeover from going ahead, but failed and was subsequently fined and dismissed for challenging the club's directors. On 7 August 2020 the EFL said three individuals including ESI owner Elliot and lawyer Chris Farnell had failed its Owners' and Directors' Test, leaving the club's ownership unclear;Charlton appealed against the decision.

Meanwhile, Thomas Sandgaard, a Danish businessman based in Colorado, was reported to be negotiating to buy the club.After further court hearings, Elliott was granted an injunction blocking the sale of ESI until a hearing in November 2020. On 25 September 2020, Sandgaard managed to acquire the club itself from ESI, and was reported to have passed the EFL's Owners' and Directors' Tests; the EFL noted the change in control, but said the club's sale was now "a matter for the interested parties".

Charlton had been relegated back to League One at the end of the 2019–20 season after finishing 22nd.

On 15 March 2021, with the club lying in 8th place, Lee Bowyer resigned as manager of the club and soon after was appointed manager of Birmingham City. His successor, Nigel Adkins, was appointed three days later.

The club finished the 2020–21 season in 7th place, but started the following season by winning only two out of 13 League One matches and were in the relegation zone when Adkins was sacked on 21 October 2021.

Johnnie Jackson was named caretaker manager of Charlton Athletic for a second time on 21 October 2021 following the departure of former manager Nigel Adkins.




The Manager – Johnnie Jackson



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Form Guide



Ipswich Last 5 Matches – currently in 11th place with 67 points


2 Apr Ipswich Town 0 - 1 Cambridge Utd


9 Apr Shrewsbury 1 - 1 Ipswich Town


16 Apr Rotherham 1 - 0 Ipswich Town


19 Apr Ipswich Town 2 - 2 Wigan Athletic


23 Apr Crewe Alexandra 1 - 1 Ipswich Town




Charlton Last 5 Matches – currently in 12th place with 59 points



5 Apr AFC Wimbledon 1 - 1 Charlton


9 Apr Rotherham 0 - 1 Charlton


15 Apr Charlton 2 - 3 Morecambe


19 Apr Cambridge Utd 0 - 2 Charlton


23 Apr Charlton 2 - 0 Shrewsbury






Match Referee – Charles Breakspear



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IPSWICH TOWN 2 CHARLTON ATHLETIC 1

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Post by saint jude » Thu Apr 28, 2022 11:52 pm

I don't laugh much but the image of Charlton fans offered (admittedly) a moment of humor. Regards the game itself can't quite understand a season ending in the month of April (just goes against all tradition) but would hope to finish on a victory.

Neither team has nothing to play for other than obtaining as high a finish as possible with the occasion available. Going to be a tough game but the ultimate result will be found in whoever side wants it most. Real hope (and expectation) it's with us.

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Post by AzzurroMark » Fri Apr 29, 2022 12:38 pm

Firstly a huge thank you Mike for your wonderful previews and also to everybody else who makes this forum my "go to" site (along with the ITFC website). Truly appreciated.

As for the game, unusually I have not gone with my double bluff tactic this weekend! I have, for once predicted a Town win and I shall stay true to my Prediction League score of 2-0.

I am sure the activities of last close season will in no way be mirrored this time around, and in truth they don't need to be! 3-4 out of the door and similar coming in would, for me, represent enough activity providing the right players are involved.

Enjoy the game those of you going and enjoy your summer everyone.

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Post by Blue Wilf » Sat Apr 30, 2022 7:36 am

Yes - thanks Mike and everyone who runs or contributes to the site. Next season is our time!! 2-0 Town 👍

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Post by Tangfastic » Sat Apr 30, 2022 8:09 am

Doesn't the game starts at 12:30 pm - not 3pm as stated here? Might catch someone out.

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Post by Bluemike » Sat Apr 30, 2022 10:47 am

Glad you said that, I thought it started at 12.00pm lol.

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Post by mendipblue » Sat Apr 30, 2022 11:37 am

Thompson not in match day squad, let's hope we never see him again. Baggott starts Humphries on the bench. Norwood will get chance to say goodbye .

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Post by Kerry Blue » Sat Apr 30, 2022 11:45 am

Let's hope we finish with a win to send our fans home happy, I'm thinking 2-0 COYBsssssss.

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Post by marko69 » Sat Apr 30, 2022 11:54 am

Match previews are always a big plus on this site so keep those coming next season and hopefully the quality of football doesn't make it a chore. Thanks for the endurance; greatly appreciated. 👍👌

Nice words from James Norwood in the other thread, really wish him well and hoping he can burst the net a couple of times today.
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Post by Frosty » Sat Apr 30, 2022 12:26 pm

Tangfastic wrote:
Sat Apr 30, 2022 8:09 am
Doesn't the game starts at 12:30 pm - not 3pm as stated here? Might catch someone out.
Thanks Tang, I should have checked this before now.

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Post by Tangfastic » Sat Apr 30, 2022 12:30 pm

Be typical if Bonne now Scores a hat-trick.

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Post by Bluemike » Sat Apr 30, 2022 12:38 pm

DONKEY BAKINSON !!!!!!

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Post by Kerry Blue » Sat Apr 30, 2022 12:38 pm

Lovely goal Get in 👏👏👏

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Post by Rodenbach Ex-pat » Sat Apr 30, 2022 12:39 pm

imo the squad again is lacking in innovating youngsters. The “oldies” had and often missed their opportunities.

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Post by Kerry Blue » Sat Apr 30, 2022 12:41 pm

Who's doing the commentary on Ifollow?

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Post by Kerry Blue » Sat Apr 30, 2022 12:42 pm

Burns wow what a game 👏👏

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Post by Bluemike » Sat Apr 30, 2022 12:43 pm

Get in Burns!!!! Made by Chaplin

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Post by Steve and Jo » Sat Apr 30, 2022 12:45 pm

Would keep Bakinson for next season, may not be starting but great to bring on and for cover

Burns player of the season I say, really hoping we keep this up. Score the goals be ruthless when top, take it forwards for next season

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Post by Bluemike » Sat Apr 30, 2022 12:46 pm

I like Bakinson a lot, get his passing consistent and he'll be a real asset

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Post by Steve and Jo » Sat Apr 30, 2022 12:46 pm

Kerry Blue wrote:
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Who's doing the commentary on Ifollow?
At least can understand them can't we? Lot better than "What he's saying Mathie"

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Post by Steve and Jo » Sat Apr 30, 2022 12:48 pm

Bonne offside? Are you sure? I mean that's so very unusual for him :roll:

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Post by Kerry Blue » Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:05 pm

Celina is up for it if only be played like this every week he certainly has the class.

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Post by Bluemike » Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:06 pm

Bonnes reading of the game is bloody atrocious

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Post by mendipblue » Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:28 pm

Town totally dominant two good goals let's get a couple more.

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Post by Bluemike » Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:39 pm

BURNS 3-0 Incredible season

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Post by Steve and Jo » Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:45 pm

Bluemike wrote:
Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:39 pm
BURNS 3-0 Incredible season
Totally agree Mike, it has been for Burns.. Hoping he'll overcome teams doubling up on him next season

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Post by marko69 » Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:45 pm

Plymouth Argyle absolutely chucking it big time @ home. There will be a few irate supporters there. ALL to play for and that happens. Jeez.

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Post by Steve and Jo » Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:46 pm

Baggot seems very calm for a youngster. Like to see him come on and establish himself next season

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Post by Steve and Jo » Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:48 pm

marko69 wrote:
Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:45 pm
Plymouth Argyle absolutely chucking it big time @ home. There will be a few irate supporters there. ALL to play for and that happens. Jeez.
Blimey Marko arn't they just throwing it away. They were on fantastic run before losing to us and since then looks like they just folded

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Post by rossi » Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:50 pm

If I was Bonne, I'd chin Burns for sure

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