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Paul Lambert parts company with Ipswich

Mon 01 March 2021 | 8:09

Ipswich manager Paul Lambert has parted company with the club after a quarrel with the club owner and Chairman Marcus Evans.

The League One club released a statement confirming

Lambert

’s departure by mutual consent on Sunday.

Evans said

: "It has become clear after holding discussions over the last few days that there are significant differences of opinion as to the order of immediate priorities and we agreed it was best for us to part company.

"I would like to put on record my sincere thanks to Paul and Stuart for their services to Ipswich Town over the last two and half years. I have enjoyed a healthy working relationship with Paul in our time together and he has brought a lot of positive aspects to the club."

According to the reports, former

Wigan

and

Portsmouth

manager

Paul Cook

is set to take charge following Lambert’s exit.

Lambert, who took charge of

Ipswich

in October 2018, leaves the club in eighth place in the League One table, two points off the play-off positions.


source: SportMob