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Swindon Town 1-2 Ipswich Town - Match Report

James Norwood scored twice, once from the spot, and later missed another penalty as Town’s long wait for goals came to an end as they won 2-1 at Swindon. Norwood, captaining the Blues on his return to the side, put Town ahead on 44 with his first spot-kick, Town’s first goal in 663 minutes, then added a second in the 58th minute. Brett Pitman pulled one back for the already-relegated Robins on 71 before Norwood spurned the opportunity to score his first Town hat-trick via a second penalty but manager Paul Cook wasn’t to be denied his inaugural Blues away win.
Published Saturday at 05:01 pm on TWTD.co.uk

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Cook Aiming to Maintain Unbeaten Home Record as Blues Host Fleetwood in Final Game

Manager Paul Cook is looking to maintain his unbeaten home record as Blues boss when the Blues host Fleetwood Town in Sunday’s otherwise meaningless final game of the season.
Published last Friday at 03:01 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Hawkins: Goalless Run Astonishing

Oli Hawkins is at a loss to explain Town’s lack of goals this season – just 41 from the 43 league games played so far – and in particular how they have dried up completely in recent weeks.
Published Thursday at 12:06 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Cornell: Homework Paid Off

Keeper Dai Cornell says his homework paid off having saved Joe Pigott’s penalty during yesterday’s 0-0 draw with AFC Wimbledon, the Welshman’s first appearance under new manager Paul Cook.
Published Sunday at 11:21 am on TWTD.co.uk

Cook: First Half Possibly the Worst Performance From One of My Teams in My Whole Managerial Career

Town boss Paul Cook was scathing about his side’s performance as they drew 0-0 at home to AFC Wimbledon, declaring the first-half display perhaps the worst he’s ever seen from one of his teams and that the Blues were like a “Sunday league team that’s won a cup to come and play at Portman Road.”
Published Saturday at 06:31 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Ipswich Town 0-0 AFC Wimbledon - Match Report

Town’s goal drought stretched beyond the 10-hour mark as they drew 0-0 at home to AFC Wimbledon, their fifth stalemate in eight games. Dai Cornell saved a Joe Pigott penalty in a first half dominated by the visitors, while the Dons striker also went closest for the Blues when he headed against his own bar in the second half.
Published Saturday at 05:06 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Ipswich Town 0-0 AFC Wimbledon - Half-Time

Dai Cornell saved a Joe Pigott penalty to prevent AFC Wimbledon from taking the lead, keeping the scoreline 0-0 at the break.
Published Saturday at 04:01 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Cornell, Hawkins and Bishop Start Against Wimbledon

Dai Cornell and Oli Hawkins are handed their first starts under Paul Cook and Teddy Bishop returns to the Xi as the Blues host AFC Wimbledon in their penultimate home game of the season.
Published Saturday at 02:21 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Vincent-Young: I Just Need to Keep Getting in Those Positions

Kane Vincent-Young has been reliving the moment in Tuesday’s 3-0 defeat at Northampton that he admits should have seen him score his first goal since returning to action following a long lay-off through injury.
Published Friday at 02:11 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Blues Host Wimbledon Aiming to Avenge Defeat and End Goal Drought

Town host AFC Wimbledon on Saturday looking to avenge their recent 3-0 defeat at Plough Lane and aiming to finally end their 529-minute goal drought but with their season already effectively over.
Published Friday at 01:31 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Cook: That Tells Me You Don’t Care About the Result

Town manager Paul Cook says the mood in the Portman Road dressing room after the 2-1 home victory over Plymouth was no different to the one following the 2-0 loss at Fleetwood, which he says indicates that players “don’t care about the result”.
Published Friday at 11:41 am on TWTD.co.uk

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