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Ipswich Town are now just two points outside of the play-off spots in the Championship after winning 2-nil away at Huddersfield on Tuesday night.
On the day after the match Ipswich midfield player Cole Skuse was answering questions at a corporate event with the Co-op, one of the club's sponsors. A promotional do ahead of a possible promotion maybe?
Skuse said: "Two points off it with five to go we've given ourselves a great chance. We've got more than a good enough squad to get in the play-offs."
Town play Doncaster on Saturday, and with the club offering free tickets to local schools, they're hoping to have more than 20,000 at Portman Road.
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Ipswich Town has announced a new deal with sportswear company adidas who will become the club's official kit supplier for the next four seasons.
The deal starts in July and will see adidas producing everything from Academy to first team level and cover training and replica kit too.
It's the first time Ipswich has worked with adidas for 25 years. The company produced the kit during the Club's heyday when the FA Cup and UEFA Cup trophies were held at Portman Road.
Ipswich Town defender Christophe Berra has been nominated for the Sky Bet Championship Player of the Month award for March.
The Scottish international has been in superb for the Tractor Boys in recent weeks, putting in a series of commanding displays at the back and also scoring winning goals against Yeovil Town and Derby County.
Berra is up against Watford striker Troy Deeney, Queen Park Rangers loanee Ravel Morrison and Bournemouth defender Simon Francis for the accolade.
The winner will be announced on Friday.
Ipswich Town loanee Jonny Williams says that he's "delighted" to have extended his stay with the club until the end of the season.
The talented midfielder has been a regular in Town's side since joining from Crystal Palace in February.
His form has been a key part in Ipswich closing the gap on the Championship play-off positions to just two points, and Williams believes that his side could make the top six come the end of the campaign.
“I’m delighted to be extending the loan because I’ve really enjoyed my time at Ipswich,” Williams told the club's official website.
“It’s been a great experience for me and I’ve loved working under the manager and TC [Terry Connor].
“I’m excited to get back training with the lads and playing my part as we try and push into the Play-Offs.”
Premier League side Palace do have the option to recall the 20-year-old at 24 hours notice.
Ipswich Town have extended the loan of Jonny Williams from Crystal Palace until the end of the season.
The Welsh international's original loan spell should have ended after Saturday's game with Nottingham Forest.
You can read more on the club's website.
Ipswich Town captain Carlos Edwards has joined Millwall on loan.
The Trinidad and Tobago international will stay at the New Den until May 3.
He told the club website:
“It’s important for me at this stage of my career to be playing football week in, week out,” Carlos told the Club website.
“When I heard Millwall were keen to take me, I jumped at the chance to go there and play games."
Edwards last played for Town in January and wished the Blues all the best for their play off chase.
Ipswich Town moved to within touching distance of the play-off positions in The Championship with a thrilling late winner against Derby County at Portman Road.
Centre back Christophe Berra headed home deep into injury time to secure a vital 2-1 win.
Town had to come from behind after former MK Dons loanee Patrick Bamford opened the scoring after just 33 seconds, but a sensational strike from the impressive Jonny Williams evened things up with 20 minutes to play.
The game looked to be heading for a draw, but Berra had other ideas, connecting with an Aaron Cresswell corner to bag all three points.
If that wasn't enough, Town's play-off rivals Wigan Athletic, Reading, Nottingham Forest, and Brighton and Hove Albion all lost meaning that the Tractor Boys are now just two points outside the top six with eight games left to play.
Ipswich Town have signed young Manchester City winger Alex Henshall on loan until the end of the season.
The 20-year-old has impressed Tractor Boys boss Mick McCarthy during a trial period with the club.
Henshall joined City as a 16-year-old from Swindon Town, and spent time at League Two side Bristol Rovers earlier this campaign.
Ipswich Town have signed Crystal Palace midfielder Jonny Williams on a month's loan.
The Welsh international played a key role in helping the Eagles reach the Premier League last season, but has found his chances limited since new manager Tony Pulis took over in November.
20-year-old Williams is highly regarded at Selhurst Park and signed a new long-term deal with the club earlier this year.