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13 April 2019

"It might not seem like it at the moment but the Club is in a good place in a lot of ways"

Paul Lambert says he feels disappointed for everyone connected to the Club, especially the supporters after Town were relegated to League One.

Gwion Edwards pulled Blues level with a goal early in the second-half after Lukas Jutkiewicz’s opener but Town couldn’t find a winner that would have extended the stay in the Championship for at least another week.

“I’m really disappointed for everyone at the Club and especially for the supporters, whose backing today again was incredible,” the Town boss told iFollow Ipswich.

“We will analyse everything. We have had too many draws. That has killed us. We have played well but not been able to finish things off.

“You have to go back to July and pre-season. That’s where it starts. I’m not pointing fingers at anyone because I wasn’t here then but you don’t get relegated in one month, four months - it’s across the whole season.

“We have got to look ahead now though. And there is a lot to be excited about. It might not seem like it at the moment but the Club is in a good place in a lot of ways.

“The support is the number one factor. That is massive for us. There are some really good players here, some exciting young players who just need a bit of time to develop.

“We have to reset the button and go again. We have to come back stronger.”

For the full interview, see iFollow.

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