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Who is Ipswich's manager?

Paul Lambert is the current Ipswich Town manager and has been in this position since October 2018. Paul Lambert is a manager from Glasgow, Scotland and was previously a footballer for clubs such as Borussia Dortmund, Celtic and Motherwell. He has also managed clubs such as Norwich City, Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Stoke City. He has plenty of experience managing in England and this will be vital for Ipswich Town as they begin their 2019-20 campaign.

Paul Lambert began his managerial career at Livingston in June 2005, however, due to injuries, Lambert was forced to register as a player and made 7 appearances whilst being the manager. He resigned in February 2006 after only winning 2 matches since being appointed. He was then appointed Wycombe Wanderers manager in June 2006 and had a very successful spell reaching the League Cup semi-finals after defeating Premier League sides Fulham and Charlton Athletic on the way.

In 2008 Paul Lambert resigned from the Wycombe Wanderers post after being eliminated from the League Two playoffs. A few months later he was appointed Colchester United manager to replace Geraint Williams. On the 8th of August 2009, he beat Norwich City 7-1 in an incredible win before joining said club just 10 days later. In that same season, Norwich City won the League One title as they gained promotion to the Championship.

The next season, Paul Lambert guided Norwich City to a second successive promotion as they celebrated reaching the Premier League. He then guided the club to Premier League survival the following season before leaving to join Aston Villa. Paul Lambert kept Aston Villa in the Premier League but was praised for his introduction of goalkeeper Brad Guzan and the acquisition of striker Christian Benteke. However, in the 2014-15 season, Aston Villa parted ways with manager Paul Lambert after the club was sitting in 18th place on the brink of relegation.

Paul Lambert then had stints at Blackburn Rovers, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Stoke City before joining Ipswich Town FC. Paul Lambert could not stop Ipswich Town’s relegation as they slipped down into League One. The club decided to stick with Lambert, however, and will have high hopes for the team as they begin their new campaign. Next season, Paul Lambert will hope he can guide the club back into the Championship as he begins preparing his squad for the monumental task at hand.