Ipswich Town fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to the performance of Tottenham Hotspur-owned Cameron Carter-Vickers against Bolton Wanderers.
Carter-Vickers, who joined Ipswich on loan from Premier League club Tottenham in the January transfer window for the rest of the season, featured in the Championship game against Bolton away from home at Macron Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The 20-year-old defender started the match and played for the entire 90 minutes, as it ended in a 1-1 draw.
It was the USA international’s debut for Ipswich, and the club’s fans have given their take on his performance on Twitter.
Hard earned point. Much better 2nd half. Gleeson & Carter-Vickers played well. #itfc— Mary McCourt (@mjcben148) January 20, 2018
Agree, think he's been decent— Amy Downes (@tractorgirlamy8) January 20, 2018
Looks to be quite Quick, senses danger and technically ok, good short term cover for Webster— Jonathan Powell (@ipswichjon) January 20, 2018
Solid and good performances impressed— Troy Farth (@farthingitfc) January 20, 2018
Going by all the ridiculous & unreasonable noise coming from fans this last few months, maybe MM is right. 2 good signings. Commentary mentioned them very positively today.— Son of ick (@HealyPhil) January 20, 2018
Thought they were proper blokes performances, big and strong and looked no mugs, they will be really good players for this club. Is this correct Mick?? What do I win??? Hopefully not a season ticket— Smiffy (@Smiffy_2010) January 20, 2018
Not as much as Mick by all accounts. Both lads are new to the club, so will take time to gel. Cameron did OK, an ordinary performance by anyone's measure. Gleeson, he did alright, hard to judge on 45 mins. Some errors, but as I, he needs to build an understanding with a new team.— Ian Davies (@loftedondrive) January 20, 2018
Carter-Vickers is a talented and promising young defender, and having played for Sheffield United in the first half of the season, the American will know what to expect in the Championship, which can only be good for Ipswich.
Mick McCarthy’s side are 12th in the Championship table at the moment with 40 points from 28 matches, six points behind sixth-placed Sheffield United.