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Forest Out To Fire Jim

Ipswich Town were amongst the pre season favourites for promotion, but things haven't gone quite according to plan for boss Jim Magilton.

The local press in Ipswich are predicting protests from fans at the game tomorrow night, who want Magilton out. Town are currently seven points off the playoffs and have only won 1 of their last 6 games.

Whilst Forest have a long list of walking wounded of their own to contend with, Town also have a few injury concerns ahead of the game. Kevin Lisbie is a doubt, after he withdrew from the weekend game with Blackpool, but Ivan Campo and Moritz Volz will definitely be missing.

It's a must win game for both sides, but Forest will probably see a point as a decent result. Depending on results elsewhere, we could be just a point above the drop zone with a defeat.






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Date:Tuesday February 17 2009

Time: 7:22PM

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Tough game, but we needed that win and it might be the 3points that triggers a revival of our fortunes and saves Jim his job.
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