On Saturday, 23rd November 2013
|Loanees All Defeated Sat 23rd Nov 2013 22:01 |
Town loanees Jack Marriott, Elliott Hewitt and David October were all on the losing side this afternoon.
|U18s Lose to Charlton Sat 23rd Nov 2013 21:55 |
Town’s U18s lost 2-1 at home to Charlton at Playford Road this morning.
|McCarthy Disappointed With Defending Sat 23rd Nov 2013 18:21 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy was disappointed with the way his side conceded two goals as nemesis David Nugent struck twice for Leicester to see the Foxes come from behind to win 2-1 at Portman Road.
|Town 1-2 Leicester Sat 23rd Nov 2013 17:03 |
David Nugent continued his remarkable goalscoring record against the Blues as Leicester came from behind to beat Town 2-1 at Portman Road. David McGoldrick put the home side in front in the second minute but Nugent – who has now scored 13 goals in 12 matches against Town and nine in seven at Portman Road – scored twice in six minutes as the Foxes improved after the break.
|Ipswich Town 1-2 Leicester City - Your Report Sat 23rd Nov 2013 16:57 |
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|Ipswich Town 1-2 Leicester City - Rate the Players Sat 23rd Nov 2013 16:55 |
If you saw the match today, how did you rate the individual performances of the team?
|Town 1-0 Leicester - Half-Time Sat 23rd Nov 2013 15:54 |
David McGoldrick’s second-minute goal is the difference between Town and Leicester at the break.
|Ipswich Town v Leicester City - Chatroom Open Sat 23rd Nov 2013 14:50 |
Join in with fellow Town fans in our chatroom.
|Smith and Anderson Return Sat 23rd Nov 2013 14:40 |
Boss Mick McCarthy returns to the expected 4-4-2 formation for this afternoon’s home game against Leicester.
|Listen Now: Marshall and Poll on Life's a Pitch Sat 23rd Nov 2013 12:00 |
Former Town and Leicester striker Ian Marshall and ex-Premier League referee Graham Poll are the guests on BBC Radio Suffolk’s Life’s a Pitch, which is live over Saturday lunchtime (midday to 2pm). Mark Murphy is joined by legend-in-residence Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham.
|Ipswich Town v Leicester City: Match Betting Sat 23rd Nov 2013 09:30 |
Fancy a flutter on Saturday's match?
|Woody Could Still Go Out On Loan Sat 23rd Nov 2013 06:03 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy says midfielder Anthony Wordsworth could still go out on loan before Thursday’s deadline, despite a potential switch to Preston North End having fallen through. The Blues manager says that while he’d like to add to his own squad, he doesn't currently plan to make any signings.
|Hunt: Town Can Mount Promotion Challenge Sat 23rd Nov 2013 06:02 |
New boy Stephen Hunt believes Town have what it takes to mount a promotion challenge this season but accepts second-placed Leicester will provide a formidable challenge in his home debut this weekend.
|We Could Be in the Top Six Sat 23rd Nov 2013 06:01 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy believes that the Blues could be in the top six given the level of their performances this season. He feels that all too often decent displays haven’t been turned into points.
|Hunt Had No Concerns Over Career Sat 23rd Nov 2013 06:00 |
Stephen Hunt insists he was never concerned that his days as a professional footballer could have been over when he found himself without a new club several weeks into the current campaign.
On Friday, 23rd November 2012
|McCarthy: Peterborough No Easy Fixture Fri 23rd Nov 2012 20:19 |
Blues boss Mick McCarthy warns that although Saturday's opponents Peterborough may be bottom of the Championship there hasn’t been much in their recent games against high ranked opposition.
|Barnett Will Add Pace and Power Fri 23rd Nov 2012 17:01 |
Blues boss Mick McCarthy says new loan signing Tyrone Barnett will add a bit of pace and power up front. Barnett has joined the Blues on loan until January from Saturday’s opponents Peterborough but is not able to face his parent club.
|McCarthy Wants Permanent DJ Deal Fri 23rd Nov 2012 15:35 |
Blues boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that he is interested in signing striker DJ Campbell on a permanent basis in January. Yesterday, the frontman, who is on loan from QPR until January 5th, said he would be interested in joining Town full-time but not extending his loan.
|U18s at QPR Fri 23rd Nov 2012 15:18 |
Town’s U18s are in action against QPR at their Harlington Sports Ground training facility on Saturday morning (KO 10.45am).
|McCarthy Hints at Changes for Posh Clash Fri 23rd Nov 2012 14:45 |
Manager Mick McCarthy has hinted that he will make one or two changes to his starting XI as the Blues take on fellow strugglers Peterborough United at Portman Road on Saturday (KO 3pm).
|Campbell: Loanees Giving Their All for Town Fri 23rd Nov 2012 10:09 |
Ipswich’s loan signings are giving their all during their time at Portman Road, striker DJ Campbell has maintained.
|Join the Guard of Honour at the Millwall Match Fri 23rd Nov 2012 09:22 |
The ITFC Charitable Trust is offering children aged 5 to 16 years the chance to perform in the guard of honour at the home game against Millwall on Saturday 8th December. Youth teams can book their Christmas parties, either in conjunction with the Matchday Soccer Experience or on non-matchdays.
|Campbell Faces Big Decisions Fri 23rd Nov 2012 06:00 |
DJ Campbell has revealed that QPR have told him they want him back at Loftus Road in January. The 31-year-old, who is open to staying with Town permanently but not extending his loan which is up on January 5th, admits he has decisions to make come the new year.
On Wednesday, 23rd November 2011
|Town One of Trio Linked With Villa Youngster Wed 23rd Nov 2011 23:25 |
Town, Coventry and Leeds are all reported to be interested in adding 19-year-old Aston Villa midfielder Gary Gardner to their squads, the Premier League side having made the England U21 international available for loan.
|Healy's Contract Terminated Wed 23rd Nov 2011 18:15 |
Midfielder Colin Healy’s Town contract has been terminated by mutual consent. The 31-year-old joined the Blues from Cork City in the summer of 2009 for £70,000 but never really established himself at Portman Road, despite signing a one-year contract extension in the close season.
|Wright Rejoins Town For Third Spell Wed 23rd Nov 2011 18:05 |
Keeper Richard Wright has rejoined the Blues for a third spell on a short-term contract until the end of the season. The 34-year-old left Town in the summer of 2010 when he was released by former boss Roy Keane but has been training with Paul Jewell’s squad for much of the time since leaving Sheffield United after one campaign.
|Naked Football Show on ICR Tonight Wed 23rd Nov 2011 14:30 |
This evening's The Naked Football Show (ICR FM 6pm) sees hosts Graham Blackburn and Joe Ward joined by Phil Pritchard and The Vulture to discuss the Town issues of the moment.
On Tuesday, 23rd November 2010
|Norris Confirms Contract Talks Tue 23rd Nov 2010 16:41 |
Skipper David Norris has revealed that his agent is in talks with Town regarding a new contract which he expects to sign. The 29-year-old is amongst 21 members of the Blues squad whose current terms are up at the end of the season.
|Charitable Trust Wins Award Tue 23rd Nov 2010 15:57 |
The ITFC Charitable Trust won the Community Impact award at the East of England Prince’s Trust Celebrate Success Awards Evening in Cambridge yesterday.
|Watch Histon for Free Tue 23rd Nov 2010 14:47 |
Town fans in Cambridgeshire might be interested in taking advantage of the chance to watch Blue Square Premier Bet football for free on Thursday when Histon take on Bath City at the Glassworld Stadium (KO 7.45pm).
|Town-Norwich Derby on TV Around the World Tue 23rd Nov 2010 11:20 |
As well as being shown live on BBC1 (1pm) in the UK, Sunday’s derby against Norwich City at Carrow Road is being screened throughout the world.
|A Song for Ipswich Tue 23rd Nov 2010 10:29 |
Tom Hark by the Piranhas and The Fratellis’ Chelsea Dagger have both been used as Town’s goal celebration music in recent seasons but now the search is on for a local artist or band to create a new piece of music to accompany the inevitable post-goal jumping around and screaming.
On Monday, 23rd November 2009
|Garvan Happy to Be Back Mon 23rd Nov 2009 19:03 |
Midfielder Owen Garvan says he is delighted to be back in the first team again having gone three months without playing a senior game. The Irish U21 international skipper played the full 90 minutes against Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, having been left out since August.
|Club Dismiss Keane Exit Claim Mon 23rd Nov 2009 12:47 |
Town have dismissed this morning's newspaper report claiming that manager Roy Keane was set to be sacked as "complete and utter rubbish".
|Portsmouth Recall Begovic Mon 23rd Nov 2009 11:13 |
Portsmouth have recalled keeper Asmir Begovic from his loan spell with the Blues after David James picked up a calf injury in the warm-up ahead of their game at Stoke yesterday. The Bosnian international was due to remain with Town until January.
|Keane Claimed to Be Close to Sack Mon 23rd Nov 2009 09:03 |
Manager Roy Keane is close to being sacked after a series of Sunday meetings at the club, according to a tabloid report this morning. Saturday’s goalless draw with Sheffield Wednesday sees the Blues remain second-bottom of the Championship.
On Friday, 23rd November 2007
|Brighton Want to Keep Duo Fri 23rd Nov 2007 23:44 |
Brighton assistant manager Dean White says the League One side are keen to re-sign Town duo Matt Richards and George O'Callaghan when their current loan spells end. Richards is with the Seagulls until December 21st, while O'Callaghan's stay is up on New Year's Eve.
|Town Announce Half-Season Ticket Fri 23rd Nov 2007 14:52 |
Town have announced the introduction of a half-season ticket covering the final 11 home league games of the season.
|Williams Returns at Cardiff Fri 23rd Nov 2007 14:23 |
Gavin Williams is in the Town squad for the first time for Saturday's game at Cardiff City having missed the first three months of the season after damaging ankle ligaments in the pre-season friendly with Panathinaikos. Billy Clarke and Owen Garvan are also included after thigh and calf injuries respectively.
|Gorawski to Return Fri 23rd Nov 2007 12:13 |
Polish trialist Damian Gorawski is set to return to the Blues for a second trial spell having impressed boss Jim Magilton. The FC Moscow midfielder has spent the week training at Playford Road.
|Thrashing Wins Jim Award Fri 23rd Nov 2007 11:58 |
The Blues' 6-0 home romp against Bristol City has been voted the F&C Investments Performance of the Week.
|Trio in Squad Fri 23rd Nov 2007 11:36 |
Gavin Williams, Billy Clarke and Owen Garvan have all been included in the squad travelling to Wales for Saturday's game at Cardiff City (KO noon). Williams is involved for the first time since damaging ankle ligaments in pre-season.
|E.ON Sponsorship Ends Fri 23rd Nov 2007 11:30 |
Town have announced that E.ON will not be extending their sponsorship of the club beyond the end of this season. The power company have been the Blues' sponsors in a variety of guises since 2001.
On Thursday, 23rd November 2006
|Upson Signs Contract Thu 23rd Nov 2006 17:48 |
Academy midfielder Ed Upson has signed his first professional deal with the club. Upson, who scored the winning goal in the 2005 FA Youth Cup final, has signed a two-year contract.
|Wigan Recall Pollitt Thu 23rd Nov 2006 14:02 |
Wigan Athletic have recalled keeper Mike Pollitt from his loan at Portman Road. The Latics need the 34-year-old, who played his only Town game against Norwich on Sunday, as they are currently short of fit keepers.
On Wednesday, 23rd November 2005
|Westy Injury Concern Wed 23rd Nov 2005 22:23 |
Boss Joe Royle says he is concerned about the foot injury Ian Westlake picked up in the 4-2 reserves win at Charlton. Westlake scored the opening goal before limping off in the 27th minute.
|Reserves Beat Charlton Wed 23rd Nov 2005 22:13 |
Goals from Ian Westlake, Dean Bowditch, Liam Craig and Billy Clarke saw the reserves to a 4-2 win at Charlton. Town dominated throughout and could have scored more goals.
|Joe: Loan Unlikely Wed 23rd Nov 2005 18:00 |
Town manager Joe Royle says that it is unlikely that a loan player will come in for the injured Sam Parkin. The striker will undergo surgery this evening on his broken ankle and faces up to four months on the sidelines.
|Reserves Face Charlton Wed 23rd Nov 2005 17:36 |
Town's reserves are in action against Charlton this evening at the Valley (KO 7pm). Dean Bowditch and Billy Clarke will hope to catch the eye with Sam Parkin out of action for several months.
|Parkin Has Broken Ankle Wed 23rd Nov 2005 16:51 |
Striker Sam Parkin could be out for as many as four months after scans revealed he broke his ankle during last night's 3-0 defeat to Reading. The former Swindon man was replaced by Nicky Forster in the 18th minute.
|Joe: Reading Too Good Wed 23rd Nov 2005 00:13 |
Boss Joe Royle admitted that Reading were too good for the Blues as Steve Coppell's side completed the double over Town with a 3-0 win at Portman Road. The Blues boss felt the Royals ran the game from start to finish.
|Parkin Out for Weeks Wed 23rd Nov 2005 00:05 |
Striker Sam Parkin looks likely to be out of action for several weeks after injuring his ankle in the early stages of the 3-0 home defeat to Reading.
On Tuesday, 23rd November 2004
|Joe Confirms Derry Bid Tue 23rd Nov 2004 14:54 |
Town boss Joe Royle has confirmed that he made a loan bid for Shaun Derry prior to Leeds United's planned permanent signing of the Crystal Palace midfielder. Palace and Leeds are currently in talks regarding the proposed £250,000 deal which has hit a snag over Leeds' ability to pay the fee.
|Bowditch a Doubt Tue 23rd Nov 2004 10:57 |
Striker Dean Bowditch is considered a doubt ahead of Saturday's home game with Brighton. The England U19 picked up an ankle injury just before half-time in the 2-0 defeat at Sunderland.
|Reserves Lose Tue 23rd Nov 2004 10:17 |
Town's reserves lost 1-0 to an experienced Fulham side on Monday night. The Cottagers included Ian Pearce, Billy McKinlay and young defender Adam Green who have all experienced Premiership football this season. Matt Richards, Aidan Collins and 16-year-old Darryl Knights were all in the Town starting line-up.
On Saturday, 23rd November 2002
|Rest for Matt and Hermann Sat 23rd Nov 2002 22:45 |
Town internationals Matt Holland and Hermann Hreidarsson have been given Monday and Wednesday off by manager Joe Royle. The pair were both involved in friendlies for their countries last week in addition to their Town commitments.
|Academy Sides Lose Sat 23rd Nov 2002 19:19 |
Town's Academy sides capped a miserable week with two defeats against Charlton Athletic. On Wednesday the Blues' youngsters went out of the FA Youth Cup after a home defeat to Notts County.
|Royle Praise for Pablo Sat 23rd Nov 2002 18:59 |
Town manager Joe Royle hailed supersub Pablo Couñago after Town's 2-1 win against Coventry. The Spaniard was quickest to react as keeper Fabien Debec failed to hold Jim Magilton's 81st minute freekick and stabbed the ball home to give Town the points.
|Town 2-1 Coventry Sat 23rd Nov 2002 18:32 |
A late Pablo Couñago goal gave the Blues a valuable three points and Joe Royle his first home league win against Gary McAllister's Coventry City. Town at times rode their luck with goalkeeper Paul Gerrard making some particularly vital saves in the first half.
|Matt's Nightmare Trip Sat 23rd Nov 2002 10:24 |
Town skipper Matt Holland faced a nightmare trip back from Ireland's friendly with Greece in Athens. Holland and his team-mates spent 13 hours returning after a game he says was pretty meaningless.
On Friday, 23rd November 2001
|Strike Settlement Details Fri 23rd Nov 2001 17:55 |
The PFA are to receive £52.5m over three years as the players' unition and the Premier League resolved their dispute and averted the players' strike.
|Ticket News Fri 23rd Nov 2001 17:26 |
There will be tickets available for Town fans on the door at the Riverside Stadium on Sunday. The Blues also have tickets for the Worthington Cup game with Newcastle on Tuesday night.
|Three-and-a-Half-Year Deal for Bent Fri 23rd Nov 2001 16:00 |
Marcus Bent has signed a 3.5 year deal at Portman Road and the deal was complete by midday so he's available for Sunday at Middlesbrough.
|Mauricio Tribute Site Fri 23rd Nov 2001 15:48 |
With a new Argentinian hero coming to the fore at Portman Road there is now a site in tribute to our previous Argentine legend Mauricio Taricco.
|Stewart Thanks Fans Fri 23rd Nov 2001 13:30 |
Marcus Stewart has thanked fans for the numerous good wishes he has received since receiving his jaw injury last Saturday. Marcus has received a lot of email to his own site as well as the many messages posted on TWTD.
|Strike Agreement Reached Fri 23rd Nov 2001 12:41 |
An agreement has indeed been reached settling the players' strike. The two parties are dotting the 'i's and crossing the 't's at present, but a news conference has been called to outline the detail.
|Bent Deal Done Fri 23rd Nov 2001 12:04 |
Reports this lunchtime say that Town and Marcus Bent have agreed terms and the striker has already started training with hi new team-mates.
|PFA Press Conference Off Fri 23rd Nov 2001 11:51 |
The continuing confusion over the players' strike now sees the promised noon PFA press conference cancelled. A further announcement is expected later this afternoon.
|Bent Medical Passed Fri 23rd Nov 2001 11:08 |
It has emerged that Marcus Bent passed his Town medical last night, prior to watching the fantastic 1-0 win over Inter Milan.
|Strike Deal Not Done Fri 23rd Nov 2001 11:05 |
The Premier League say they know nothing of any deal to settle the TV revenue dispute. Within the last few minutes it has been reported that a deal has been done, but Richard Scudamore and the Premier League say they are unaware of any settlement.
|Burley on Hamilton Fri 23rd Nov 2001 10:54 |
George Burley has commented on Bryan Hamilton;s return to Portman Road. The Town boss confirmed that Hamilton would be working with himself and Tony Mowbray.
|Strike Over! Fri 23rd Nov 2001 10:52 |
Dramatically it is being reported the players' dispute has been settled. We have no details how things have been resolved as yet.
|Hamilton Returns! Fri 23rd Nov 2001 10:49 |
In a surprise move Town have announced the return of Bryan Hamilton, as a first team coach alongside Tony Mowbray. Hamilton's return may prove controversial after his recent spell as manager at Norwich. The former Northern Ireland, Tranmere, Wigan and Leicester manager was present at Town's game last night and will start in his new position immediately, traveling with the Town party to Middlesbrough tomorrow.
|Marcus Bent Comments Fri 23rd Nov 2001 09:14 |
Town target Marcus Bent has commented on his transfer situation in the wake of Blackburn accepting Town's offer, thought to be in the region of £3 million.
|Bent Fee Accepted Fri 23rd Nov 2001 01:33 |
Town have had their offer for Blackburn's Marcus Bent accepted by Graeme Souness's club. The fee is thought to be in the region of £3 million.
|After Match Comments Fri 23rd Nov 2001 00:21 |
George Burley heaped his side with praise after the stunning 1-0 win over Inter. He singled out scorer Alun Armstrong after the Geordie returned from his sickbed to score the winner.
|Town 1-0 Inter Fri 23rd Nov 2001 00:05 |
Town pulled off a famous 1-0 victory over Inter Milan as Alun Armstrong headed home a Jamie Clapham cross from the left in the 80th minute. Town had been the better side all night, but as so often this season the goal just didn't seem to come.
On Thursday, 23rd November 2000
|Croft Joins Injured Thu 23rd Nov 2000 17:37 |
Gary Croft has joined the fortunately rather small ranks of injured at Portman Road. The former Grimsby and Blackburn player injured his hip in last night's reserve game.
|Naylor Concern Grows Thu 23rd Nov 2000 14:22 |
Town are becoming increasingly worried at the continuing problems with Richard Naylor's knees. Bam Bam had an operation in the summer to correct his tendinitis and this should have solved his problems.
|McGreal Very Doubtful Thu 23rd Nov 2000 13:20 |
John McGreal is rated as very doubtful for Saturday's clash with Manchester City. The Town centre-half was injured on Monday when he collided with a post when heading the ball away from danger. He has a leg injury and he himself is hopeful that he may be fit for Maine Road: "Although the injury is still sore, it has improved and I feel that I still have a chance of making the game. With the team on such a good run, none of us want to miss a match unless we absolutely have to."
|Bramble Rumour Thu 23rd Nov 2000 10:24 |
Inevitably the Rio Ferdinand story has ended up with some hack deciding that Titus Bramble would make a perfect replacement. A national newspaper report this morning claims that Bramble is about to become a £4 million target of Harry Redknapp as soon as the Rio deal goes through.
On Tuesday, 23rd November 1999
|Squad for Wolves Tue 23rd Nov 1999 13:57 |
Town have released the squad for tomorrow night. One surprise is the inclusion of Richard Naylor who will be suspended for the match on Wednesday and the game with Crewe Saturday. John McGreal is a doubt with the virus that kept him out on Sunday. Full squad: R Wright, Salmon, Wilnis, Clapham, Croft, McGreal, Thetis, Mowbray, Venus, Brown, Holland, Magilton, J Wright, Stockwell, Scowcroft, Johnson, Naylor, Axeldal and Holster.