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Copy from Football Unlimited of 25/04/2005.
On the day Sunderland reached wonderland, Ipswich were held up by Humpty Dumpty. They should have got away without any damage but a draw leaves them two points behind Wigan and in danger once again of falling down the rabbit hole of the play-offs.
A patched-together side made it awkward for Ipswich but their own failings were decisive. They gave away a soft equaliser seconds after taking the lead and discarded a chance labelled "eat me" in injury-time at the end.
Darren Currie, Tony's nephew, has never played in the Premiership and after his last-minute miss perhaps he never will. He was obliged to deploy his impressive passing range - off either foot and from either flank - in the lower divisions until Brighton finally gave him the opportunity his class cried out for at the start of this season. He joined Ipswich only in December, just after his 30th birthday, when Joe Royle shelled out #250,000, the only transfer fee he has paid in three seasons in charge at Portman Road.