Blues looking for new boss after mutual consent departure
Ipswich Town have parted company with manager Paul Lambert by mutual consent.
The former Scotland international has been in charge at the Club since October 2018.
Assistant manager, Stuart Taylor, has also left Portman Road.
“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,” Town owner, Marcus Evans, told the Club website.
“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.
“I know he has his thoughts on what is needed to take Ipswich Town forward and I respect his opinions but this year has - with the pandemic and no real income for the Club - been the biggest financial challenge we have faced in my time as owner.
“It has, however, 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 wish both Paul and Stuart the best in the future.”