Mick McCarthy is determined to fulfil the potential on offer at Ipswich but must first drag the club away from a relegation battle.
Mick McCarthy signs 3 year deal as manager for Ipswich Town to replace Paul Jewell.
It's being widely reported that Mick McCarthy is in talks to become the new Ipswich Town manager.
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Mick McCarthy's ended days of speculation by signing a three year deal to become the new manager of Ipswich Town. The former Republic of Ireland national team boss has penned a deal which will keep him at Portman Road until 2015.
Terry Connor will be his new assistant, he worked with McCarthy at Wolves.
Anglia Tonight can reveal that Mick McCarthy will be unveiled tomorrow as Ipswich Town's new manager. The former Wolves manager will take over in time for the match against Birmingham on Saturday with Ipswich bottom of the Championship table.
Donovan Blake has been finding out more about the man and what the fans make of the appointment.
A week after Ipswich Town parted company with former boss Paul Jewell, the rumours coming out of Portman Road today suggested they were on the verge of announcing their new manager.
Mick McCarthy, the former Wolves boss is expected to be the man
Ipswich Town look set to name former Republic of Ireland boss Mick McCarthy as their new manager. The Suffolk side are hoping the man who guided Wolves to the Premier League can help revive their flagging fortunes.
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Paul Jewell has left Ipswich Town Football Club after nearly two years in charge at Portman Road.
He joined the club in January 2011 just 72 hours after Roy Keane was sacked. The Blues had just been thrashed seven-nil but Tottenham in the FA Cup so it was clear the former Bradford, Wigan and Derby manager has plenty of work to do