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Kane Vincent-Young: “It couldn’t have gone any better.”

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Kane Vincent-Young made his Ipswich Town debut during Saturday afternoons emphatic 5-0 victory over Bolton Wanderers at the University of Bolton Stadium, and the 23-year old debutant was ‘thrilled’ with his side’s performance, but admitted that it was a unique fixture to be a part of.

“It couldn’t have gone any better”, said Vincent-Young.

“On paper, it’s quite a tough game. These lot (Bolton) have nothing to lose, and if we didn’t put in a professional performance, then we could’ve slipped up, but I thought we played very well.

“It’s quite a unique fixture in terms of Bolton’s situation, they’re playing young kids, and if we weren’t at it from the very start, then we could’ve been punished.

“In the first-half, we could’ve had a few more, but words were exchanged during half-time, and we had a positive reaction, which is the main thing, and we did what we had to do.

“It went okay for me, I haven’t played a game in a couple of weeks, and I felt it a bit, but I can only get better. It’s always pleasing as a defender to keep a clean-sheet.

When asked about life in Ipswich, the young debutant replied: “Yeah, it’s been good. The lads have all been really welcoming, and I’ll be moving up to the area, so I’m looking forward to that.

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