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Recent Ipswich Town news: Axel Tuanzebe update, Rotherham team news, former Town player resigns from manager position.

Ipswich Town: McKenna on plans to ease Axel Tuanzebe in | East Anglian  Daily Times

Before the match against Rotherham United, FLW compiles the most recent Ipswich Town news.

A trip to South Yorkshire awaits Ipswich Town, who will be itching to get back into action.

The Tractor Boys have maintained their dominance in the Championship as they aim to complete a perfect October by sweeping Preston North End and Hull City to widen the distance between themselves and the rest of the pack and earn automatic promotion.

Axel Tuanzebe News | TEAMtalk

Nine league victories from 11 outings has seen Ipswich defy even the highest of expectations, beating the likes of Sunderland, Southampton and Cardiff City during such storming run.

However, the Suffolk group still has a long way to go before they can actually receive back-to-back promotions in May.

FLW has been following the most recent developments from Portman Road in the interim, and some of the information could have an effect on their journey to the New York Stadium this weekend to play Rotherham United.

Axel Tuanzebe keeps working toward his debut in Ipswich.

According to the East Anglian Daily Times, Axel Tuanzebe is making progress and is not far from sight in Ipswich’s matchday squads. The former Manchester United defender played 60 minutes in an in-house match last week, with both Tuanzebe and Christian Walton participating as they work their way back to full match fitness after lengthy layoffs. Kieran McKenna stated in the pre-match press conference that the trip to Rotherham has come too soon for the 25-year-old, but it is encouraging for the player as his last appearance was on March 18 for Stoke City.

With Lincoln City stumbling in 16th place in the third division, Mark Kennedy became the most recent head coach to leave in the first few weeks of the campaign.

Ipswich's Kieran McKenna: 'It's more satisfying because it's not been easy'  | Ipswich Town | The Guardian

Before settling at Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 2001–02 season, the former defender played for teams like Millwall, Liverpool, and Manchester City. He participated in 167 league games in the West Midlands.

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Before concluding his career with Ipswich Town, where he played 33 times in the Championship before retiring in 2012, he had periods at Cardiff City and Crystal Palace.

As he advanced into management, the Irish international continued to be active with Ipswich’s academy system, coaching the U21s.

Ipswich team news to face the Millers

With relation to the shoulder injury he had while playing for Wales on international duty, Wes Burns is visiting a specialist. The winger was substituted out of the team’s 4-0 victory over Gibraltar after just 15 minutes.

The 28-year-old scored in the team’s 3-0 victory against Hull City earlier this month. Coach Kieran McKenna is hopeful that his top attacker won’t be sidelined for very long. The player has appeared in all 11 Championship games this season.


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