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Ipswich Town fans thanked for support shown to Queens Park Rangers loanee Macauley Bonne



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Local lad Macauley Bonne has thanked Ipswich Town fans for the support they showed him during his loan spell at the club.

The striker, who was born in Ipswich, spent the entire 2021/22 campaign with the Tractor Boys on a temporary deal from Championship outfit Queens Park Rangers.

And he made a blistering start to life at Portman Road, netting 11 goals in his first 16 appearances. However, in the 30 outings that followed Bonne could only muster one further goal.

Macauley Bonne has thanked Ipswich Town fans for the support they have shown him during his loan stint. Picture: Barry Goodwin
Macauley Bonne has thanked Ipswich Town fans for the support they have shown him during his loan stint. Picture: Barry Goodwin

He now returns to his parent club with his long-term future currently uncertain.

Writing on Instagram, the 26-year-old said: “Firstly, I’d like to thank everyone involved with Ipswich Town for making me feel so welcomed from start to finish.

“It has always been a dream of mine to play for my boyhood club, the club I’ve supported my whole life and it was an absolute honour to put the blue shirt on every single time and play in front of the incredible fans at Portman Road.

“Who knows what the future may bring but for now this is where it’s ends for me."

The Zimbabwe international has 12 months remaining on his QPR contract.