McCarthy 'livid' as Town lose

Mick McCarthy was left fuming after Ipswich had lost 2-1 at lowly Bristol City for whom Jon Stead snatched a last-gasp winner.

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Mick McCarthy: My weekend is ruined

Mick McCarthy: My weekend is ruined

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Daryl Murphy had fired Ipswich into a 30th minute lead, before Steve Davies levelled matters early in the second half.

And McCarthy did not mix his words at Ashton Gate saying: "I'm angry, livid and totally devastated.

"One long ball has taken out three of our defenders for the winner and that simply shouldn't happen. It was a dreadful goal to concede.

"We had a great chance to go 2-0 up in the first half and opportunities to win the game near the end. I should be happy because we played well for long periods.

"But that means nothing. We should not have lost and my weekend will have a black cloud hanging over it."

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