PUBLISHED: 20:56 01 November 2018 | UPDATED: 21:13 01 November 2018 Stuart Watson Paul Lambert has signed a contract to be Ipswich Town manager until 2021. Photo: Ross Halls Archant New Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert is confident he will save the club from relegation and insists he hopes to stay in charge for years to come. The 49-year-old replaced Paul Hurst in the hot-seat last Saturday and takes over a side bottom of the Championship table and five points adrift of safety after 15 games.Last night he took part in a 45 minute Q&A session at the Supporters’ Club AGM at Portman Road and was directly asked if, having signed a contract until 2021, he would stay on if relegation to League One did occur.“I like your optimism there!” quipped the experienced Scot, whose last three jobs – at Blackburn, Wolves and Stoke – have all lasted less than a year.MORE: What else was said at the Ipswich Town Supporters’ Club AGM“I don’t want to talk about going down. You can never promise anything, but I think we’ll stay up. That’s my belief. “I know that’s really easy to say when you haven’t kicked a ball, but I just… Read full this story
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