Former Ipswich Town and England captain Terry Butcher says he's not surprised there's still support for the latest online auction in memory of the late Sir Bobby Robson.
Bidding is underway for around a hundred items, including 'once in a lifetime' experiences, for the event launched in Suffolk.
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Ipswich Town defender Josh Yorwerth has extended his loan spell at League Two side Crawley Town until the end of 2015.
The 20-year-old has impressed since joining the Red Devils last month.
Yorwerth's loan will end on December 29.
"It's good news because I think Josh has played a big part in the upturn in results we have had in recent weeks. He wants to improve his game and is getting that with matches for us. I'd also like to thank Mick McCarthy and everyone at Ipswich for agreeing to Josh staying with us for a further two months."
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Ipswich Town have been dealt a blow with the news that their winger Ryan Fraser will be missing for at least the next couple of months with a knee injury.
The 21-year-old has made a big impact since joining on loan from Bournemouth in the summer but has now been ruled out after damaging his medial ligament while on international duty with Scotland under 21s.
“Ryan was training on the Friday when he suffered a non-contact injury.
He had a scan in Aberdeen and that showed a medial ligament problem. We took him to see a specialist in London yesterday and he has confirmed the injury.
You can never be sure about timings with an injury like Ryan’s but I would expect him to be out for at least two months.”
Around 4,800 Ipswich Town fans have travelled to Old Trafford in the hope of seeing their team cause a League Cup upset against Manchester United.
17 coaches left Portman Road earlier today.
A live episode of Coronation Street could be disrupted tonight by the sound of cheering from nearby Old Trafford.Read the full story ›
Ipswich Town will be hoping to cause an upset when they head to Manchester United in the Capital One Cup tonight (September 23).
Town will be backed by 4,800 travelling fans at Old Trafford.
Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata says that the home side will have to be at their best if they are to progress to round four.
"On Wednesday we start in the Capital One Cup against Ipswich Town.
They are a historic team in English football and I'm sure it won't be an easy game for us."
Elsewhere, Norwich City host West Brom while MK Dons take on Southampton.
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