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PostSubject: Ipswich finished third    Tue Aug 16, 2011 2:39 am

The fourth place finish meant Ipswich qualified for the 1973–74 UEFA Cup.[24] In the first round, they were drawn against six-time European champions Real Madrid. Following a 1–0 victory at Portman Road, Ipswich needed to defend their slim lead. Ipswich captain Mick Mills was reported in the Spanish press suggesting that "El Real no es invincible" ("Real are not invincible") and a 0–0 draw at the Bernabéu secured Ipswich's shock passage into the second round.[34][35] The club fell at the quarter final stage but fourth place in the league enabled Ipswich to return to the tournament in the following season.[36]

In the 1974–75 season, Ipswich finished third in the First Division and were losing semi-finalists in the FA Cup. Suffering from cancer and becoming less able to carry out his duties as Chairman, John Cobbold swapped roles with director Patrick Cobbold in 1976.[1] In the 1975–76 and 1976–77 seasons Ipswich finished in the top six of the league and in 1977, they signed Paul Mariner from Plymouth for a club record £220,000.[37] Mariner's efforts (including seven goals in the tournament) helped the club to the second major honour in its history;[38] Roger Osborne scored the winning goal in a 1–0 victory over Arsenal in the FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium.[39] The club's league fortunes dipped dramatically during the season finishing 18th, just three points above the relegation places,[40] but the Cup success secured qualification for the following season's European Cup Winners' Cup. Over the next two seasons Robson brought Dutchmen Arnold Mühren and Frans Thijssen to the club while the team achieved two further top six finishes in the First Division. However, it was the 1980–81 season which, in Robson's words, "... helped put Ipswich on the map ...".[41]



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