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6 June 2017

Right-back pens new two-year contract to remain at Portman Road after impressing the boss last term

Jordan Spence has today penned a new long-term contract with Ipswich Town

The right-back, who joined the Blues midway through last season, has signed a two-year contract at Portman Road and committed his future to the Club.

The former West Ham, Bristol City and MK Dons man impressed during his brief stint at Town, going on to make 17 appearances for Mick McCarthy's side as the Blues ended the Championship season in 16th place.

Spence signing

Jordan began his career with the Hammers and broke into the first-team set up, as well as taking in loan spells at Leyton Orient, Scunthorpe, Bristol City, Sheffield Wednesday and MK Dons, before joining the Dons permanently.

The defender helped then-Karl Robinson's side into the Championship for the first time in their history, before leaving them and eventually linking up with Town in January on a short-term deal.

That has now been extended and the 26 year-old will now enjoy his holiday, before returning to pre-season later this summer ahead of the new Championship campaign. 

Spence interview


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