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Emyr Huws has signed for Ipswich Town

Emyr Huws has signed for Ipswich Town

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Jordan Spence became the first summer arrival at Ipswich Town this week, the free agent defender signing a new two-year deal, having impressed during a spell with the Blues last season.

It is likely more new faces will follow Spence into Portman Road, but who they are remains to be seen.

Another player that impressed on-loan at Ipswich last season, Emyr Huws, is now reportedly attracting interest from Bristol City and Wolves, meaning the Wales international’s next move is not guaranteed to be one that sees him arrive in Suffolk.

Another transfer target of Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy, meanwhile, is Rotherham’s Danny Ward, however Town’s Championship rivals Cardiff have now entered the frame for his signature.

Elsewhere at the club, we understand more news on ticket prices could be announced next week, while the Blues announced in the last couple of days that they will be carrying a local charity’s name on the back of their shirts next season.

Stuart Watson and Chris Brammer look back at that and everything else making the news regarding Ipswich Town this week.

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  • Well instead of sitting there like in the video above, why don't Stuart Watson & Chris Brammer get up off their backsides and TRY to do some meaningful & investigative journalism into the financial goings on at Portman Road. If, as it appears, they are incapable or unable to perform this task why not try for a job at one of the kids comic papers.

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    Brian Betts

    Friday, June 9, 2017

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