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24 October 2015

Defender devastated to see the Blues concede an equaliser deep into injury time but felt positives can be taken from the game today

Jonathan Parr admitted the Town dressing-room was ‘very disappointed’ not to have seen out the game and taken all three points against Nottingham Forest today.

The defender opened the scoring 15 minutes from time but former Town midfielder Liam Trotter marked his Forest debut with an injury time equaliser to ensure the Blues would only leave Nottingham with a point.  

“Everyone is really disappointed because we really wanted those three points today, but result aside, I thought it was a good performance,” the Norwegian told Ipswich Player HD post-match.

“When you’re so close it’s always devastating to concede a goal but I thought we looked a little bit more like ourselves today.

“We had some good spells, so did they, but we kept a clean sheet for 95 minutes, and usually the game is over by then so we’re disappointed. 

“I have to say that the fans were amazing today. We’ve had a bit of a tough spell but there were so many fans today who supported us all through the game and even afterwards, so a big thanks to them.”

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