Freedman happy to make his point
Crystal Palace boss Dougie Freedman insisted he was happy with the 1-1 draw against Ipswich despite seeing his side's winless run extended to six games.
Jason Scotland's superb strike gave the Tractor Boys a share of the spoils after on-loan Norwich forward Chris Martin had put the Eagles ahead.
"I thought it was a fair result," Freedman said. "I'm a little bit disappointed not to have won having taken the lead but it's important that we have stopped the rot of the last few games.
"There's lot of positives from the game because our young players showed they can compete with an experienced team.
"When we started the season, my short-term mission was to bring back a winning culture to the club and move us up the table.
"We've had some fantastic results this season and I think we have done ourselves proud."