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AFC Wimbledon 0 v 0 Ipswich Town
SkyBet League One
Tuesday, 11th February 2020 Kick-off 19:45

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Wednesday 12th February but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Joe Day0.0
Luke O'Neill0.0
Terell Thomas0.0
Rod McDonald0.0
Shane McLoughlin0.0
Max Sanders0.0
Anthony Hartigan0.0
Callum Reilly0.0
Paul Osew0.0
Mitchell Pinnock0.0
Joe Pigott0.0
Scott Wagstaff0.0
Jack Rudoni0.0
0.0Tomas Holy
0.0Luke Chambers
0.0James Wilson
0.0Luke Woolfenden
0.0Cole Skuse
0.0Janoi Donacien
0.0Flynn Downes
0.0Emyr Huws
0.0Josh Earl
0.0James Norwood
0.0Kayden Jackson
0.0Freddie Sears
0.0Will Keane

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Your AFC Wimbledon v Ipswich Town Match Reports

newgolddream added 18:12 - Mar 31

Superb win and best performance of the season. Results elsewhere didn't go our way but you can expect that from now on. We've given ourselves a fighting chance and will fear no-one on the run-in. Come on u R's!!
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BeauRanger added 20:06 - Mar 31

Wow....has the penny finally dropped!
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Ranger78 added 20:33 - Mar 31

Wow!!

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QPRski added 21:21 - Mar 31

At last! A brilliant performance from the whole team and three welcome points. What a pleasant suprise and reward. Well done to all.
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WestonsuperR added 22:07 - Mar 31

Probably best Performance of the season. Couldn't criticise a single player, just hope it's not too little too late.
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MelakaRanger added 22:57 - Mar 31

Finally they play as a 'team' and not only that but a team with belief ! Interesting that Barton didnt take the corners and spot kicks. That game was a joy to watch. we were by far the better team

Almost to a man each played their best of the season - although Onuoha seemed nervous.

Shame about other results not going our way. Boy its gonna be tight in the bottom 4.

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snanker added 23:47 - Mar 31

Jekyll and Hyde R's yet again ! Cracking result in the climate of latest general form. We "outgunned" the current best performing team in the Premiership by miles ! Great save by Paddy from RVP at least we are giving ourselves a decent shout.......now for Man U !!
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Sam_Hoops1 added 02:15 - Apr 1

No less than we deserved. Were the better team for almost the entire game. Great to see Tarbs score and the sheer determination of the old boys Hill and Derry made me proud to be a Ranger again. I also think Zamora's contribution might have been over-looked 'cus he didn't score but he was magnificent today. And finally Barton had a great game too. Every player was 200% better than they were at Sunderland.
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Kaos_Agent added 04:12 - Apr 1

Discipline and marking and perseverance the likes of which have not been seen so far. What a joy to watch. And Paddy's big save may just have saved the season.
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francisbowles added 09:08 - Apr 1

Best performance of the season all played really well but Zamora was fantastic, never stopped winning and holding the ball up, for the midfielders to get forward. Unfortunately, we picked up 5 yellows! How close to a ban is Diakite?

What does Hughes do at Man U, only three days before we play Swansea at home? Put too much into Sunday and it is likely to damage the team for the home game. Hopefully he will have Helguson as a back up for Zamora as I don't think he (Zamora) can play that role for 90 mins twice in three days.

U rrrrrrrrrrr's
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SW17_RRR added 09:19 - Apr 1

the whole team 100/10 ++++++++++++++ A fooking1
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shooters47 added 10:07 - Apr 1

Where the bloody hell did that come from?!!!
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MelakaRanger added 10:54 - Apr 1

200% better than at Sunderland!! More like 1000% better!!!!!!!

Yes next weekend is a dilema. Whatever happens we simply must get 3 points against Swansea, that must be the overriding priority. No good going to Man U, trying to win and losing the game and knackering the team and then not beating Swansea.

Man U will not be underestimating our abilities now, so it will be a tough game. A very tough call for MH.

I would be happy with a low score loss followed by a 2 or 3 goal win against Swansea.

But as always, anything now seems to be possible....
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bishom added 12:34 - Apr 1

Best home performance of the season. Every player put in a shift for once. Thought Zamora run his socks off for the team, Diakite broke up there midfield play and then looked majestic with the ball at his feet. Great finish from Taarabt and great save from Kenny. Well done lads!
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quickpassrotter added 13:22 - Apr 1

Brilliant display all round. Each player knew what his responsibility was. We closed them down so well and didn't let them play. Diakite looks a real athlete - ironically reminded me of a young Viera, and he will only get better.
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R_in_Sweden added 14:31 - Apr 1

That's more like it.

Really pleased for Adel! (slightly spoiled by the humourless referee's booking for wearing a fez). Diakite is improving with every game. Derry put in a good shift and Kenny's great save from RVP proved to be vital. Get in there.
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Royboy48 added 15:29 - Apr 1

You must be hurting down in Cannes; always easy to be wise after the event. I have to say I was with you pre-game but having been there – well, two miracles in two weeks! The feelgood factor we all experienced going back to the C and S after the game, I regret to say, would have far surpassed any feelings of well-being in the sunshine of the Cote D'Azur!

Only two sayings come to mind

1.repent at leisure
2. lest we forget, it's the hope that kills you…
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themodfather added 17:06 - Apr 1

the whole team excelled and all are motm for me...kenny has started making the saves and looks back to his best, hill is leading by example...and i admit BARTON had a good game yesterday.
the qpr fans again were the extra man, more v swans and stoke and spuds too!!
come on....
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jo_qpr63 added 20:57 - Apr 1

Really pleased for Adel, deserved his goal and hopefully push him on. Still made a couple of mistakes when a simple pass would have done but still learning i suppose. As is Diakite who looked a better player then ive given credit for, and took his goal well. Still a bit rash with some challenges but it was just what we needed and got into Arsenals faces well.All the players stepped up and thats all we can do when the other teams around do the same. Still 3rd from bottom but starting to show the fighting spirit we need to compete at this time of the season.I feel a bit guilty for starting to jump on the negative bandwagon and have a renewed sence of optimism that I'm gonna stick too wether we get hammered at Man u or not. If we can beat this Arsenal team we can beat anybody. C'mon u R's
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