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PostSubject: replaced by Bill McGarry    Tue Aug 16, 2011 2:39 am

Ramsey was replaced by Jackie Milburn,[12] under whose leadership fortunes on the pitch declined. Two years after winning the league title, Ipswich dropped into the Second Division in 1963–64, conceding 121 league goals in 42 games, still the highest number of goals conceded by Ipswich in a season.[24][29] Patrick Mark Cobbold, John's brother, joined the board of directors in 1964 and their mother, Lady Blanche Cobbold, became honorary president of the club.[1] Milburn quit after just one full season and was replaced by Bill McGarry early in the 1964–65 season.[12] The club remained in the Second Division for four years until McGarry guided Ipswich to promotion in the 1967–68 season, winning the division by a single point ahead of Queens Park Rangers.[30] McGarry left to manage Wolves and was replaced by Bobby Robson in January 1969.[12]
[edit] Robson and Europe: 1969–82
Bobby Robson guided Ipswich to success in the FA Cup and the UEFA Cup.

Bobby Robson's appointment followed a chance encounter with Ipswich director Murray Sangster while scouting at Portman Road for Chelsea manager Dave Sexton.[31] Robson had some experience of management from his time at Fulham, although he had been sacked after failing to avoid relegation from Division Two.[32] Robson's sides finished 18th and 19th in his first two seasons at Ipswich, but he kept the team in the top division, before finding greater success. Robson led the club to fourth place in the First Division and success in the Texaco Cup, beating local rivals Norwich City 4–2, in the 1972–73 season.[33]



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