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Dominic Ball reflects on two seasons at Ipswich Town after departure announced

Dominic Ball stated his two seasons at Ipswich Town were a ‘dream come true’ after the club revealed the versatile midfielder will depart Portman Road following the expiration of his contract.

The 28-year-old signed a two-year contract when he joined the Blues in June 2022 from QPR and went onto make 35 appearances for Town, scoring once.

The former Tottenham Hotspur man, who can play as a defensive midfielder or right-back, made 10 of those appearances in Kieran McKenna’s side’s promotion-winning campaign from the Sky Bet Championship last term.

Dominic Ball has been released from Ipswich Town. Picture: Barry Goodwin
Dominic Ball has been released from Ipswich Town. Picture: Barry Goodwin

In a statement on the club’s X account, Ball wrote: “My two seasons at Ipswich have been incredibly special.

“The goal when I signed was to help the club return to the Championship, so to do that and then achieve promotion again last season has honestly been a dream come true.

“I’ve met so many wonderful people during my time here and made memories to last a lifetime. I want to thank the fans for their support, all of the coaches and staff I have worked with, and of course my teammates.

“I’ve never been part of a dressing room with the bond we have and I doubt I ever will again.

“I will miss everyone and I wish the club nothing but the best in the Premier League. Come on you Blues.”

Kayden Jackson, Panutche Camara and Nick Hayes have also been released from the Blues.