Ipswich’s new manager took a bulldozer to the squad but the revamp has left them bottom of the Championship
For Ipswich, it was not supposed to be like this. One victory in 14 matches underlines a miserable few months since a changing of the guard at Portman Road.
They hoped victory at Swansea would act as a springboard but followed it up with what Paul Hurst described as their worst performance so far; a painful case of one step forward, two steps back. Instead of reflecting on what could have been a crucial turning point, the worry is whether the Tractor Boys, bottom of the Championship, have already reached the point of no return.
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