Ipswich boss Paul Cook leaves fans baffled with voice change during interview

Ipswich Town boss Paul Cook left fans baffled as his voice changed dramatically during a post-match interview.

Cook, 54, was speaking after Ipswich's 2-1 loss at League One leaders Plymouth Argyle on Saturday.

The Tractor Boys went ahead early on through George Edmunson but were pegged back by Luke Jephcott on the stroke of half-time.

Conor Grant then scored the decisive goal as the hosts secured all three points in front of a huge crowd at Home Park.

Cook couldn't hide his frustration in his post-match interview, but it wasn't the content of what he said that turned heads on social media.

Partway through the exchange the Liverpudlian's voice changed dramatically, going from scratchy and rough in its tone to something much deeper and sadder.

The change happened almost instantly, leaving social media users completely baffled.

One person said: "Man went from Sean Dyche to Roy Hodgson."

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Someone else asked: "is he doing impersonations during his interview? Sure I heard Dyche in there, not sure on the others."

A third person simply put: "reverse puberty."

While another user commented: "Not seen a Paul cook interview in a while and they're just as good as I remember."

Remarkably, it seems Cook's talent for changing the tone of his voice is nothing new.

"This is not a new concept, Cookie has had 4 different voices in every presser forever," revealed someone else.

Twitter users enjoyed Cook's voice transformation, but the man himself was not in a laughing mood as he discussed Ipswich's performance.

"The biggest thing is the goal before half-time," he said.

"We’d put ourselves in a good situation and Plymouth test every team who come here because they are a good side having a good season.

"We have to get in at half-time. We have to. We’re 1-0 up and we have to get in. We gave silly free-kick after silly free-kick away. They have great delivery and, unfortunately, something is going to drop. In those moment we’re struggling to manage.

"Conceding the second goal probably led to our best spell in the game, if you like and we’ve created big, big chances which we have to score.

"If we’d left today 2-2, all our fans would have felt a little more jovial and we would be happier."

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