McKenna Commits to Ipswich with New Four-Year Contract

Kieran McKenna, recently secured his future with Ipswich Town by steering the team to the Premier League after a 22-year absence. Speculation regarding his continuation at the club was put to rest when he inked a new four-year deal.

Taking the reins in December 2021 when Ipswich was in League One, McKenna guided them to consecutive promotions, finishing second in the Championship, a mere point behind the champions, Leicester City. This triumph also earned him the Manager of the Year accolade from the League Managers Association, overshining even Pep Guardiola.

Despite tempting offers from other clubs like Brighton, Chelsea, and Manchester United, McKenna decided to stay at Ipswich. In a statement, he expressed his pride in his achievements with the team, anticipating the challenge and responsibility of leading them in the forthcoming Premier League season.

Preparations have been in full swing since the team’s promotion in May, with McKenna emphasizing that much work remains to be done. Entering an exciting phase for the club, he is thrilled to be part of Ipswich Town’s future journey and eagerly anticipates what lies ahead for them.

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