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More late heartache for City

Clinton Morrison fired the Sky Blues into an early lead at Ipswich on Saturday but old boy Stern John broke his goal drought to level before the break.

Sunderland loanee Jack Colback then scored what seemed to be the decisive goal for Roy Keane's side but Richard Wood, as he did at QPR a few weeks ago, levelled late on.

That looked to be that but for the second time this week City conceded at the death, Pablo Counago winning it for the home team.

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Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday January 16 2010

Time: 5:04PM

Your Comments

Unbe-bloomin-lievable!
roberts
It was an Unbe-bloomin-lievable match!! I did feel for you guys after watching the cup game with Pomey, but twice in a week...!!!
pete-the-tractor
Unprofessional really Pete mate to happen twice in two games. As Keano said 'play to the whistle'
roberts
having watched the highlights it was a poor defensive performance, in both games. Come back to 2-2, sit back for the whistle, but no.
wolstc
 

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