On Saturday, 1st March 2014
|Marriott Only Loanee on Winning Side Sat 1st Mar 2014 20:18 |
Jack Marriott was the only Town loanee to be on the winning side today with his temporary club Woking winning 3-1 at Barnet in the Skrill Premier.
|McCarthy: Just About a Fair Result Sat 1st Mar 2014 18:29 |
Boss Mick McCarthy felt his side just about deserved their 1-0 home victory over Birmingham City. Daryl Murphy’s ninth goal of the season in the 38th minute was the difference between the teams.
|Town 1-0 Birmingham Sat 1st Mar 2014 17:02 |
Daryl Murphy’s ninth goal of the season saw Town to a 1-0 home victory over Birmingham. The Blues might have added to their lead in the second half with Paul Taylor twice coming close with curling efforts from just outside the area.
|Town 1-0 Birmingham - Half-Time Sat 1st Mar 2014 15:52 |
Daryl Murphy's ninth goal of the season sees Town leading Birmingham 1-0 at half-time.
|U18s Beaten By Crewe Sat 1st Mar 2014 14:57 |
Town's U18 side fell to a 4-1 home defeat against Crewe Alexandra at Playford Road on Saturday morning with Irish winger Cory Galvin netting for the young Blues.
|Ipswich Town v Birmingham City - Chatroom Open Sat 1st Mar 2014 14:50 |
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|Taylor Starts But Williams Missing Sat 1st Mar 2014 14:25 |
Paul Taylor replaces Stephen Hunt in an otherwise unchanged Town line-up but new loan signing Jonny Williams is missing from the 18.
|Listen Now: Life's a Pitch Live from Portman Road Sat 1st Mar 2014 11:50 |
Town joint-MD Ian Milne and former Olympic bobsledder and Prostate Cancer UK ambassador Lenny Paul will be with the regulars on Life’s a Pitch, which is live from Portman Road over Saturday lunchtime on Radio Suffolk (midday to 2pm). Host Mark Murphy will be joined by legend-in-residence Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham.
|McCarthy: Williams is a Constant Threat Sat 1st Mar 2014 06:00 |
Boss Mick McCarthy believes new loan signing Jonny Williams is the man to add a greater threat to his Town side. The 20-year-old Wales international, who joined for a month from Crystal Palace on Thursday, looks set to make his Town debut in today’s home game against Birmingham.
On Friday, 1st March 2013
|Scowy and Sports Psychologist on Life's a Pitch Fri 1st Mar 2013 23:26 |
Ex-Blues and Leicester man James Scowcroft and former Town sports psychologist Ken Way are this week’s special guests on BBC Radio Suffolk’s Life’s a Pitch, which is live over Saturday lunchtime (midday to 2pm). Presenter Mark Murphy is joined by the show’s other regulars, Blues legend Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham.
|Taylor Charged With GBH Fri 1st Mar 2013 16:51 |
Town striker Paul Taylor is one of two men charged with GBH in relation to an incident at a town centre pub in October. Taylor, along with a woman believed to be his girlfriend, had been released on police bail until today.
|U21s and U18s Face QPR Fri 1st Mar 2013 15:49 |
Town’s U21s and U18s are both in action against QPR on Saturday. The U18s face the Premier League side at Playford Road (KO 11am), while the U21 side are away at the R's Harlington training ground. (KO 10.45am).
|Trio Impress Blues Boss Ahead of Leicester Clash Fri 1st Mar 2013 15:13 |
Blues boss Mick McCarthy says Frank Nouble, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas and Andy Drury did their chances of getting into the team for Saturday’s home game against Leicester no harm at all with their performances in Monday’s U21 match against Colchester. Nouble netted a hat-trick and Drury the other goal, while Emmanuel-Thomas was one of the Blues’ stand-out performers in a 4-3 victory over the U’s.
|Martin: Mick Will Get It Right at Town Fri 1st Mar 2013 12:20 |
Lee Martin’s Ipswich future may be uncertain but he is confident Mick McCarthy’s appointment as manager will reap dividends next season.
|Martin: Town Now a Different Proposition Fri 1st Mar 2013 06:00 |
Town winger Lee Martin isn’t making any predictions ahead of Saturday’s visit from promotion-chasing Leicester but he is certain the outcome will be a lot closer than when the teams met earlier this season.
|Martin: Goals Will Come Fri 1st Mar 2013 06:00 |
Lee Martin has admitted fans’ criticism bothers him but regards the views of manager Mick McCarthy and his colleagues as far more important.
On Thursday, 1st March 2012
|Kennedy Coaching at Town Thu 1st Mar 2012 19:22 |
Blues manager Paul Jewell has revealed that left-back Mark Kennedy is working as a player-coach and is set to join the coaching staff permanently when he hangs up his boots in the summer.
|Pompey Might Not Finish Season Thu 1st Mar 2012 15:16 |
Portsmouth’s joint-administrator Trevor Birch has said that there is a very real chance that Pompey might not be able to fulfil this season’s Championship fixtures. If that’s the case, the games Portsmouth have played would be removed from the record with the Blues, who beat the Hampshire side both home and away, losing six points.
|Jewell Weighing Up Changes for Bristol City Clash Thu 1st Mar 2012 14:08 |
Town boss Paul Jewell says he’s weighing up whether to change his team for Saturday’s home game against Bristol City in the wake of last weekend’s 3-0 defeat at Brighton and Hove Albion. The Blues have named an unchanged side for their last three matches.
|Naked Podcast Now Online Thu 1st Mar 2012 09:21 |
You can now hear this week's The Naked Football Show on ICR FM's Listen Again facility, on an MP3 and on iTunes. Graham Blackburn and David James are joined by Ray Slegg to discuss Town’s winning run coming to an end at Brighton.
|Griffiths Set to Join Braintree Thu 1st Mar 2012 09:16 |
Released Blues midfielder Jamie Griffiths is set to be offered a deal by Blue Square Bet Premier side Braintree Town. Griffiths has been training with the Iron since last week and played in a friendly against Southend on Tuesday.
|Edwards: Town Defence JET Assisted Thu 1st Mar 2012 06:00 |
Carlos Edwards has praised team-mate Jay Emmanuel-Thomas for his defensive work during Town’s recent climb towards mid-table respectability in the Championship.
On Tuesday, 1st March 2011
|West Brom's Cox One of Town's Premier Targets Tue 1st Mar 2011 22:45 |
West Brom striker Simon Cox is amongst the Premier League players to have been targeted by boss Paul Jewell. Earlier today, Jewell revealed that Town were rebuffed by two top flight players they wanted to take on loan last week.
|Jewell Watches Derby-Doncaster Tue 1st Mar 2011 21:39 |
Town boss Paul Jewell was spotted back at his former club Derby County this evening as the Rams lost 3-1 at home to Doncaster Rovers.
|Murray Nets Twice As Reserves Beat Norwich Tue 1st Mar 2011 16:09 |
Striker Ronan Murray netted twice as Town’s reserves beat Norwich City 2-1 in a behind-closed-doors friendly at Playford Road this afternoon.
|Jewell Tried to Land Premier Targets Tue 1st Mar 2011 12:11 |
Boss Paul Jewell has revealed that he tried to sign two Premier League players on loan last week but that they decided to remain with their clubs to fight for their places.
|Ferdinand: Wickham Better Off in Championship Tue 1st Mar 2011 10:39 |
Tottenham’s striker coach Les Ferdinand says Blues frontman Connor Wickham is better off playing in the Championship and learning his trade at this stage of his career. Spurs are understood to be the frontrunners for Wickham’s signature when he eventually makes the expected leap into the Premier League.
|Jewell: 25-Goal Striker Unlikely This Season Tue 1st Mar 2011 08:57 |
Town manager Paul Jewell says he’s unlikely to sign the 25-goal-a-season striker he’s after before the end of the season. The Blues boss has said he’s looking to add to his strike force having been unhappy with his side’s recent profligacy in front of goal.
On Monday, 1st March 2010
|McAuley Ruled Out But Nine Away With International Squads Mon 1st Mar 2010 11:05 |
Central defender Gareth McAuley has dropped out of Northern Ireland’s squad for their friendly against Albania in Tirana on Wednesday due to a groin problem. Town have nine other players due to spend time with international squads this week.
|Gerken: I Meant to Miss It Mon 1st Mar 2010 09:30 |
Bristol City keeper Dean Gerken claims he deliberately missed with his punch at Connor Wickham’s last minute long throw which ended up in the back of the net during Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Portman Road. Gerken put in an outstanding display to deny the Blues a victory.
On Sunday, 1st March 2009
|Rhodes's Bees Extend Lead Sun 1st Mar 2009 00:33 |
Jordan Rhodes's Brentford extended their lead at the top of League Two to four points with a 1-0 home victory over Bury on Saturday afternoon. The Town striker failed to score this week against one of his club's promotion rivals.
On Saturday, 1st March 2008
|Fenn Joins Galway Sat 1st Mar 2008 22:51 |
Released academy defender or midfielder Ollie Fenn has signed for Eircom League side Galway United. On Wednesday TWTD revealed that the 19-year-old had been told he would not be offered a contract at Portman Road and was on trial with the Tribesmen.
|Jim: Draw Fair But Must Do Better Sat 1st Mar 2008 21:37 |
Boss Jim Magilton felt the Blues were worth their draw at Southampton, but was disappointed with Town's overall performance.
|Southampton 1-1 Town Sat 1st Mar 2008 18:38 |
David Norris scored his first Town goal as the Blues drew 1-1 with Southampton at St Mary's. After a disappointing first half, Stern John put the home side in front, but Norris struck back almost immediately. Late on, Danny Haynes and Alan Lee missed good chances to win the game for Town.
On Thursday, 1st March 2007
|Synnott Ruled Out Thu 1st Mar 2007 22:01 |
Michael Synnott has been ruled out of the Republic of Ireland U21 side's final game at the Madeira invitational tournament against Portugal on Friday after chipping a bone in an ankle.
|Col U Groundshare Closer? Thu 1st Mar 2007 21:56 |
Colchester United chief executive Marie Partner has confirmed that her club will seek to share Portman Road with the Blues if they are promoted to the Premiership. In January the U's were told that Layer Road does not meet Premiership regulations and they would have to play elsewhere if they go up.
|No Williams Against QPR Thu 1st Mar 2007 12:52 |
Midfielder Gavin Williams will not be fit for Saturday's home game with QPR but should be back for Tuesday's trip to Hull City. Defenders Richard Naylor and Fabian Wilnis are expected to be back in contention for the visit of the Londoners.
|New Dugouts for Town Thu 1st Mar 2007 11:14 |
Portman Road's dugouts will undergo a major overhaul in the summer, leading to a number of season ticket holders being forced to switch seats. The change is being made due to health and safety concerns regarding the current arrangements.
On Wednesday, 1st March 2006
|Second Cap for Price Wed 1st Mar 2006 22:34 |
Keeper Lewis Price won his second full Wales cap as he came on as a sub for the last 25 minutes of their friendly 0-0 draw with Paraguay. Price did well after replacing veteran stopper Paul Jones, making one superb save.
|Joe Watches Irish Striker Wed 1st Mar 2006 22:25 |
Boss Joe Royle is reported to have watched Bohemians striker Stephen Ward in action for the Irish U21s against Sweden at Drogheda's United Park on Tuesday night. Ward scored the only goal as Ireland won 1-0.
|Proudlock Injured Wed 1st Mar 2006 10:01 |
Striker Adam Proudlock suffered a recurrence of his knee problem during last night's 2-0 reserves defeat at Southampton. The former Sheffield Wednesday man was replaced by youngster Kieran Leabon at half-time.
|Second Cap for Price Wed 1st Mar 2006 09:52 |
Town keeper Lewis Price is expected to win his second full international cap when Wales take on Paraguay at the Millennium Stadium this evening (Sky Sports One, 8pm).
|Garvan: I Want to Stay Wed 1st Mar 2006 09:43 |
Midfielder Owen Garvan has confirmed that he has no plans to leave Portman Road in the short term. The Irishman is keen to remain with the Blues and push them into the Premiership and beyond.
On Tuesday, 1st March 2005
|Nash Back, Barron OK Tue 1st Mar 2005 17:59 |
Central defender Gerard Nash is fit and raring to go after his latest injury setback. Meanwhile, full-back or midfielder Scott Barron has had good news regarding a groin injury.
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|Kuqi Back for Forest Tue 1st Mar 2005 00:10 |
Striker Shefki Kuqi could be back from injury in time for the home game with Nottingham Forest on March 12th. Kuqi picked up a deep gash to his leg during the 2-1 win against Leicester City and has been out of action ever since.
On Monday, 1st March 2004
|Alun Back At Bradford Mon 1st Mar 2004 19:38 |
Town striker Alun Armstrong is continuing his loan with Bradford City despite the Bantams entering administration for the second time in less than two years.
|Loan Search Continues Mon 1st Mar 2004 14:11 |
Town boss Joe Royle says his search for loan players is continuing. The Town boss has been targeting additions to his squad for some weeks now, but has so far drawn a blank.
|Bart Out, Shefki In Mon 1st Mar 2004 13:56 |
Midfielder Chris Bart-Williams will miss Tuesday's trip to Stoke after aggravating his back injury in the 2-0 win against Preston on Saturday (KO 7.45pm). Better news for manager Joe Royle is that striker Shefki Kuqi is available after missing the Preston game due to a one-match suspension.
On Friday, 1st March 2002
|Naylor to Return Fri 1st Mar 2002 19:10 |
On-loan striker Richard Naylor will end his spell at Millwall after the Lions' match at Barnsley tomorrow. The striker had been undecided whether he would return to Town, stay at the New Den or move to an unnamed club who have expressed an interest in him.
|Makin Faces Test Fri 1st Mar 2002 19:07 |
Chris Makin will have a fitness test tomorrow, but TWTD understands that he is likely to be fit. The full-back is the Blues' main worry, while Sixto Peralta and John McGreal are both out.
|Beattie Misses Out Fri 1st Mar 2002 13:10 |
Southampton striker James Beattie has been ruled out of Saturday's Premiership game at Portman Road. Saints had hoped that Beattie would have got over his calf injury. Southampton are already without captain Jason Dodd.
|Matt and Stewy on Survival Fri 1st Mar 2002 12:56 |
Matt Holland says that survival this season would be a greater achievement than last year's qualification for the UEFA Cup. Marcus Stewart says we need two more wins to keep out of trouble.
|Burley Confirms Free Fab Fri 1st Mar 2002 12:19 |
Town boss George Burley has confirmed that Fabian Wilnis will be allowed to leave on a free transfer as reported by TWTD yesterday. Town have received no offers for the 31-year-old Dutchman since he went on the transfer list in January.
|I Hate the Bench - Stewy Fri 1st Mar 2002 12:17 |
Town striker Marcus Stewart says he hates being on the bench. Last season's leading scorer failed to get back to top form straight after his injury has started the last few Town games as sub with Marcus Bent and Alun Armstrong the men up front.
|New Away Strip Deep Red Fri 1st Mar 2002 08:41 |
Town's new away strip will be deep red with a dark blue trim. Once again the club is asking fans to pick their favourite from a number of designs, although this year there are only two.
|Cyprus No Picnic - Jim Fri 1st Mar 2002 08:26 |
Town midfielder Jim Magilton has revealed that last week's trip to Cyprus for a training camp was no holiday for the players. The Northern Irishman said the trip was very hard work.
|Decision Time for Naylor Fri 1st Mar 2002 08:13 |
On loan Town striker Richard Naylor will decide over the weekend whether to continue his spell at Millwall, return to the Blues or take up an option to join another side on a short-term basis.
|Academy News Fri 1st Mar 2002 08:11 |
Town's Academy sides are both away from home this weekend at Fulham (11am KO, Motspur Park, New Maldon). It will be a chance for revenge after Fulham's controversial FA Youth Cup win earlier this year.
|Baxter Joins Sven Fri 1st Mar 2002 08:05 |
Stuart Baxter, erroneously linked with a Town post a while back, has joined Sven Goran Eriksson's staff. In November 2000 it was claimed by a local source that Baxter was to be Town's European Scout. This job went to Simon Hunt.
On Thursday, 1st March 2001
|Burley Confirms Nilsson Trial Thu 1st Mar 2001 15:56 |
George Burley has confirmed that young Swedish international Per Nilsson will be coming on trial to Town. earlier in the week a club spokesperson told us otherwise, however the Giffarna Sundsvall man will be on his way for assessment at Portman Road.
|More Woe for Naylor Thu 1st Mar 2001 13:17 |
Richard Naylor has been dealt another blow in what is turning out to be a week from hell. The Town striker has been given the news that his newborn baby Jessica Jayne may have to undergo heart surgery. Just a few days ago Naylor learnt that his knees may require further surgery, although it is hoped that this can be avoided.
|Upson Linked Thu 1st Mar 2001 09:20 |
Arsenal defender Matthew Upson has been linked with Town after he spoke of his dissatisfaction with his time at Arsenal. This is by no means the first time that he has been linked with Town. Upson is very much regarded as one who got away as he played in the same youth side as Richard Wright and Kieron Dyer.
On Wednesday, 1st March 2000
|Croft and Thetis to Show Fitness Wed 1st Mar 2000 19:53 |
Gary Croft and Manu Thetis are both out to prove their fitness in today'd reserve game at Oxford United. Crof has recovered far more quickly than expected from his gash sustained against Huddersfield whilst Manu is back after an ankle injury cut short the first game of his return from a hamstring problem. If they do well both could find themselves in the side for Saturday's game with Portsmouth. Croft in place of loanee Michael Clegg and Thetis in place of the injured John McGreal. French loanee Patrice Maurel plays his second game for Town's reserves. Full squad: 1. James Pullen 2 John Kennedy 3 Gary Croft 4. Manuel Thetis 5. Justin Miller 6. Chris Keeble 7. Patrice Maurel 8. Marco Holster 9. Jonas Axeldal 10. Neil Midgley 11. Sean Friars 12. Kevin Inglis 13. Tomi Niemi 14. Adam Miller 15. Richard Logan 16. Colm Daly.