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Ipswich Town Is Set To Part Ways With Mick McCarthy After This Season: Here Is How Fans Reacted On Twitter!

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Bishwaraj Bhattacharyya
Former athlete. Now a journalist hoping to cover football no matter the league or country.

Mick McCarthy has been confirmed to depart Ipswich Town after his contract with the Championship outfit comes to an end after this season. The 59-year-old has spent the last 6 seasons with the Tractor Boys and has guided the side to mid-table status.

 

The club owner Marcus Evans had a meeting with McCarthy on Wednesday and arrived at this decision.

Evans revealed, “It never got to the point where we actually talked about a new contract. It just felt right that it was time for us both to look at different options.”

“In his six years here he has made us a very competitive club in what is a very competitive league. No one looks forward to playing Ipswich. Mick will see out his contract here and then we will look to make an announcement regarding his successor in due course.”

 

McCarthy’s assistant manager, Terry Connor will also depart after the club’s last game against Middlesbrough on 6th May.

Obviously, this marks the new direction the club is taking towards the future. While they might not be a relegation-threatened side any longer, debilitating in the middle of the table is not the best way to go about things.

Ipswich has been saved from that waste that Roy Keane somehow caused them in his two-year tenure with the club.

The former Republic of Ireland manager said,  “I had a good discussion with Marcus and we feel this is the right thing to do for me and for Ipswich Town. I won’t be leaving with any regrets. I have given everything for Ipswich Town and I will see out my contract in the same way.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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