All posts tagged with: Myles Kenlock

Ipswich v Leeds: the importance of key men

Tom Lawrence’s absence could be a blow for Ipswich. His bookings for petulancy have handed him a suspension and Ipswich’s chances are hindered, not only in this match, but also the forthcoming East Anglia derby. Mick McCarthy will have to manage Lawrence carefully: don’t change anything and he’ll keep getting suspensions, but equally, it is important… Read more →

Wigan v Ipswich: the struggle for goals

The last time this fixture was played, Ipswich were victorious on a Monday night in September 2014. Christophe Berra was immense at centre-back, as he was for the rest of the season. Midfielders Luke Hyam and Teddy Bishop shone in a battling performance in which the Tractor Boys dominated the midfield through shear aggression, physicality… Read more →

Derby v Ipswich: managing expectations

Football management can be a thankless task. Not only could you be sacked based on one bad run of form, you will often be judged on how your time at that club ended, rather than whether you left them in a better position than when you took over. For example, Steve McClaren’s time at Derby County is commonly viewed as a failure,… Read more →