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The distribution of tickets late in the day on Tuesday for the sale of Saturday's Cup match are a good example.
The need to call police to sort out minor disturbances only skims the surface of a problem that does the name of the club no good and reduces its image to that of second rate.
The loyal and paying supporter demands greater respect from the club.
In return the club may see a return to even greater loyal support.
  D F Lidden Quality football lacking by Town Sir, -- So far Ipswich Town's surprisingly high league position and points total have diverted attention from the basic lack of positive quality football in their performances.  
Hard work, 10 man defending, clearing the ball as far as possible and snatching goals against the run of play, have given safety and enjoyable results, but poor entertainment.
Now that their opponents are also prepared to sacrifice entertainment and match Town for effort, the goals and points are drying up.
Messrs Lyall and McGiven will soon realise that you can only get away with boring, negative football whilst it brings results -- ask John Duncan.
Home and away regular Chelmsford.
ALEC Stewart made light of being struck on the head by a stone during yesterday's one-day international defeat at Gwalior.
Yet, when India were four for two in reply, it seemed as if England's 256 would be easily enough.