Town’s boss sends a stern message ahead of a pivotal Easter weekend trip to struggling Blackburn…

The manager of Ipswich Town delivers a brutal message as the team prepares for a crucial Easter weekend match against Blackburn.

Ipswich’s international break saw some players representing their countries, including goalkeeper Cieran Slicker for Scotland under-21s, Jeremy Sarmiento for Ecuador, and Cameron Burgess for Australia.

Despite the challenges of international duty, the team faces a demanding schedule with eight games left in the season, including tough matchups against Southampton and Norwich. Ipswich currently sits third in the table with 81 points, closely trailing Leeds and Leicester.

Meanwhile, Blackburn finds themselves in a precarious position near the relegation zone, with recent struggles in both form and managerial changes affecting their style of play.

As Ipswich prepares for the match, manager Kieran McKenna faces decisions on player fitness and selection, mindful of the upcoming important fixtures against Southampton and Norwich.

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