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3 March 2020

"I've broken my leg playing football and this is up there with that," says Blues midfielder

Alan Judge spoke honestly after Town fell to a third straight defeat with a 1-0 loss against Fleetwood at Portman Road this evening.

The game was labelled 'must win' for Blues, who now sit six points off the Play-Off places with nine games remaining this season.

Every team above Town in the table has at least one game in hand on Paul Lambert's side.

"To be honest I don't know what to say, I'm out of words really," Judgey admitted.

"Fans are sick of hearing us do these interviews and I can't blame them. I completely understand it.

"It's hard to play in an atmosphere like that but supporters pay their good, hard-earned money and deserve more.

"This is probably up there with the worst I've ever felt in my career. I've broken my leg playing football and this is up there with that.

"The only thing I can say is that we won't give in. We don't have players that will throw in the towel so we have to work harder and just do whatever we can to get something going."

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