When Ipswich won the title as a newly promoted club under Alf Ramsey | Ipswich Town

Suffolk’s reputation as a sedate, humble sort of a place is mostly well founded. Its countryside is soothing rather than spectacular; the locals’ sense of regional pride is expressed with modesty rather than flamboyance. Accordingly, the Ipswich Town Supporters’ Association handbook for 1962-63 – the season following the club’s only Football League championship – commences by offering “the highest praise and congratulations to all our players, management, etc”, before moving straight on to the important business of reminding members about their entitlement to accident…

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