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You’d have to be a brave man to wager on Axel Tuanzebe and Kieran McKenna facing their former employers in England’s top flight the following season, when they reunited with their former Old Trafford coach at Portman Road.

The contrast between Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United and McKenna’s imposing Ipswich could not be more clear, as the Red Devils continue to blunder aimlessly in the dark, with a terrible start to the current campaign erasing all the gains gained throughout 2022–2023.

Suddenly, receiving promotions one after another becomes more realistic and less like a hopeful pipe dream.


Axel Tuanzebe reunites with Kieran McKenna at Ipswich

With Leicester City leading the way, the Tractor Boys have had the best start of any newly promoted team in Championship history. In the meantime, the unexpected availability of summer acquisition Tuanzebe should provide even more stability to an already strong backline. The 25-year-old is recuperating from an injury and made his McKenna’s squad debut during Saturday’s 3-2 success over Plymouth Argyle.

Davis, who has the division’s joint-most assists, says of Tuanzebe, “You can tell he’s played at a high level.” “He has been supporting us guys in the back during our defensive unit drills.”

Additionally, it’s evident from working with the manager at Manchester United that he will be a valuable addition to


Ipswich Town Axel Tuanzebe signs for Ipswich Town

Former Manchester United man fit again

After injury-plagued loan stints at Stoke City and Napoli, Tuanzebe—who won the coveted Jimmy Murphy Young Player of the Year award in 2015—was let go by Manchester United during the summer.

He was intended to drop down to the championship and then join Teden Mengi at Luton Town.

Although the 25-year-old has yet to make his Ipswich debut, he is getting there and is obviously making an excellent impression behind the scenes.

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