On Monday, 21st October 2013
|U21s 1-1 Bristol City Mon 21st Oct 2013 21:02 |
Striker Jack Marriott was on target but a strong Blues U21 side could only draw 1-1 with a more inexperienced Bristol City team at Portman Road.
|Trust Holding Football and Multi-Sport Holiday Camps Mon 21st Oct 2013 12:45 |
The ITFC Charitable Trust’s autumn Holiday Camps run from 28th October-1st November. Every school holiday the Trust runs a range of grassroots level football courses for young people between the ages of 4 and 15 and now new two-day multisport activity camps, which include handball, hockey and basketball sessions, at Ipswich venues.
|Strong U21s Squad Facing Bristol City Mon 21st Oct 2013 12:34 |
Skipper Carlos Edwards, Frank Nouble, Jay Tabb, Tyrone Mings, Elliott Hewitt, Jack Marriott, Jordan Adekunle and Frederic Veseli are all included in the squad for tonight’s U21 game against Bristol City at Portman Road (KO 7pm).
|Players at London Branch AGM on Tuesday Mon 21st Oct 2013 11:52 |
Luke Chambers, Daryl Murphy, Jay Tabb, Alan Lee, Simon Milton and Town PR manager Jade Cole will be the guests at the AGM of the London Branch of the Supporters Club, which takes place at the Lamb Tavern in Leadenhall Market on Tuesday (7pm start).
|Dozzell Holding Coaching Courses Mon 21st Oct 2013 11:48 |
Ex-Town midfielder Jason Dozzell is holding another of his two-day coaching courses for kids. The former England U21 international will be running the sessions at Ransomes Sports Club in Sidegate Avenue on Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th October from 10am until 3pm.
|McCarthy Speculation Continues in Irish Press Mon 21st Oct 2013 10:15 |
Speculation regarding Mick McCarthy and the vacant Ireland manager’s job continues apace in the Irish press this morning.
|McCarthy: Not Much Between Us and Burnley Mon 21st Oct 2013 06:00 |
Boss Mick McCarthy feels there is little between the Blues and Championship leaders Burnley, who left Suffolk having won a tight game 1-0 on Saturday. Scott Arfield’s 80th minute goal gave the Clarets their first win at Portman Road since January 1970 and only the second in their history.
On Sunday, 21st October 2012
|Jewell Still Has Backing of Bosses Sun 21st Oct 2012 15:02 |
Town boss Paul Jewell continues to have the backing of owner Marcus Evans and chief executive Simon Clegg, TWTD understands. The Blues manager, who said he would discuss his future with Evans after yesterday’s game at Hull City, is expected at his pre-match press conference tomorrow lunchtime ahead of Tuesday’s match against his former club Derby County at Portman Road.
|Ellington Penalty Beats QPR As Jewell Watches Sun 21st Oct 2012 12:57 |
Town's U21s put in a strong display to win 1-0 in a well-contested game on a rainy morning at Playford Road with Nathan Ellington's 67th-minute penalty the difference. Manager Paul Jewell, who yesterday said he was considering his Blues future, watched the game along with assistant Chris Hutchings and other members of his staff.
|U21s Face QPR Sun 21st Oct 2012 09:37 |
Town manager Paul Jewell has been spotted watching Town's U21s in action against QPR at Playford Road this morning (KO 11am).
On Friday, 21st October 2011
|Jewell On Top of Loan Situation Fri 21st Oct 2011 20:19 |
Boss Paul Jewell says the Blues speak to their loan players’ parent clubs on a regular basis with the Town manager looking to keep the current side together for the second half of the season. Keith Andrews’s loan from Blackburn is up in January, while Danny Collins’s 93-day spell from Stoke ends after the Barnsley game on December 10th.
|Leddy's Ireland Draw Fri 21st Oct 2011 16:38 |
Academy first-year scholar Jonny Leddy played the full 80 minutes as the Republic of Ireland U17 side drew 1-1 with hosts Kazakhstan in their second European Championship mini-group game in Almaty this afternoon.
|Town Vote Against Academy Proposals Fri 21st Oct 2011 16:20 |
Town were amongst 22 Football League clubs to vote against Premier League proposals for an overhaul of the academy system which were passed at a meeting at the Bescot Stadium in Walsall yesterday. The controversial plans mean changes to the current compensation tribunal system and will exempt Premier League sides from the rules stopping them from signing players younger than 16 from more than an hour-and-a-half away and those under 12 living beyond an hour’s travelling time.
|Cresswell Would Be Up for Olympic Call Fri 21st Oct 2011 12:26 |
Left-back Aaron Cresswell says he’d be delighted to be part of the British squad at the London Olympics next summer. Yesterday, the club revealed that the 21-year-old is set to be offered new terms at Portman Road.
|Leddy Starts for Ireland Fri 21st Oct 2011 10:14 |
Academy first-year scholar Jonny Leddy has been named in the Republic of Ireland U17 side for their second European Championship mini-group game against hosts Kazakhstan in Almaty this afternoon. The midfielder netted a penalty in his team’s 8-0 victory over Liechtenstein in their opening match on Wednesday.
|Jewell Praises Big-Hearted Town Fri 21st Oct 2011 08:54 |
Blues boss Paul Jewell says his Town side are making up for their lack of physical stature with determination, desire and heart. However, it is an area the Town manager may look to address in the future.
|Lavery Offer Still on Table Fri 21st Oct 2011 08:51 |
Blues boss Paul Jewell says he will make decisions regarding young striker Caolan Lavery in the next few days. The 18-year-old Northern Ireland U21 international has turned down the professional contract which was offered to him earlier in the month.
|Jewell Giving Little Away on Sonko's Potential Replacement Fri 21st Oct 2011 08:47 |
Blues boss Paul Jewell gave little hint at his Thursday press conference about who might get the nod at the centre of the defence if Ibrahima Sonko isn’t fit enough to keep his place alongside Danny Collins due to his hamstring injury. Damien Delaney and Ívar Ingimarsson are the contenders to replace the Senegalese international.
On Thursday, 21st October 2010
|Naked Podcast Now Online Thu 21st Oct 2010 15:41 |
You can now hear this week's The Naked Football Show on ICR FM's Listen Again facility, on an MP3 and on iTunes in a new location. Graham Blackburn and Phil Ham are joined by David James and The Man From Block H.
|Fülöp Rated at 50/50 for Forest Thu 21st Oct 2010 14:14 |
Keeper Márton Fülöp is rated at 50/50 for Saturday’s game at Nottingham Forest due to the back injury which forced him out of Tuesday’s defeat at Watford.
|Forest Game Live on TV in Norway Thu 21st Oct 2010 09:37 |
Saturday’s game against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground is being shown live on TV in Norway and Town fans based elsewhere around the world may also get the chance to see the Blues in live action. The match is being shown with a delay in the US.
|Liverpool Watching Wickham at Watford Thu 21st Oct 2010 09:24 |
Liverpool are reported to have sent a scout to watch striker Connor Wickham in action for the Blues at Watford on Tuesday. The 17-year-old put in one of his best displays since returning from injury as Town lost 2-1 to the Hornets.
|Lambe's Bermuda Draw Thu 21st Oct 2010 08:55 |
Town winger Reggie Lambe and the Bermuda U20 side drew 1-1 with hosts Guadeloupe in the opening game of their U20 World Cup qualifying group overnight. Dante Leverock of the Dandy Town Hornets netted the Bermudian goal.
On Wednesday, 21st October 2009
|Stead Nets Twice as Reserves Lose at Peterborough Wed 21st Oct 2009 16:08 |
Jon Stead netted twice as a strong Town reserves side lost 3-2 at Peterborough United this afternoon. The Blues second string, including a large number of first team hopefuls, were poor in the first half but improved after the break.
|Clegg Still Backing Keane Wed 21st Oct 2009 15:19 |
Chief executive Simon Clegg has again backed manager Roy Keane to turn around the Blues’ fortunes. Clegg says the situation hasn’t altered despite Town failing to win in their first 13 league games.
|Keane Thanks Fans Wed 21st Oct 2009 13:43 |
Boss Roy Keane has thanked fans for the reception they gave his players after last night’s 1-1 draw with Watford. Despite conceding another late goal and taking the winless run to 13 games, the Portman Road faithful applauded the side off the field.
|Wickham Misses Plymouth and Derby After Joining Up With England Wed 21st Oct 2009 13:39 |
Striker Connor Wickham will miss Town’s games against Plymouth and Derby after joining up with the England squad for their UEFA European U17 Championships first qualifying round group games in Baku, Azerbaijan. Wickham has joined up with the squad late after coming on as a sub during last night’s 1-1 draw against Watford.
|Naked Football Show Tonight on ICR FM Wed 21st Oct 2009 11:41 |
This evening's The Naked Football Show (ICR FM 6pm) looks at all the Town issues of the moment with regulars Graham Blackburn and Phil Ham joined by The Man From Block H and Tom Taylor.
|Strong Reserves Side Travels to Peterborough Wed 21st Oct 2009 11:21 |
Tamás Priskin, Jon Stead, Alex Bruce, Pim Balkestein, Jack Colback, Owen Garvan, Damien Delaney and Colin Healy are all set to play for an unusually strong reserves side at Peterborough United this afternoon (London Road, KO 2pm).
|Icelandic Striker On Trial Wed 21st Oct 2009 02:51 |
TWTD understands that Icelandic striker Pape Mamadou Faye is spending the week on trial with Town. The 18-year-old Senegal-born frontman, who is also set for a trial spell with Reading, is currently with Icelandic club Fylkir.
On Tuesday, 21st October 2008
|Nottingham Forest 1-1 Town Tue 21st Oct 2008 23:06 |
Tommy Miller's second half penalty grabbed the Blues a point at bottom-of-the-table Nottingham Forest after Alan Quinn had been tripped in the box six minutes after half-time. Garath McCleary had put the home side ahead in the first half.
On Saturday, 21st October 2006
|Jim: Billy a Bit Special Sat 21st Oct 2006 21:04 |
Boss Jim Magilton had praise for striker Billy Clarke who scored one and created one after coming off the bench as the Blues defeated Southend 3-1 at Roots Hall. Magilton was generally pleased with the performance, although he was concerned at his side's late jitteriness.
|Southend 1-3 Town Sat 21st Oct 2006 20:43 |
Goals from Billy Clarke, Sylvain Legwinski and Alan Lee gave the Blues a 3-1 win at Southend United. Town thoroughly deserved the three points, despite coming under late Shrimpers pressure and Simon Francis pulling a goal back.
On Friday, 21st October 2005
|Brighton Sells Out Fri 21st Oct 2005 14:46 |
Town have sold the final few tickets for next week's away game at Brighton and Hove Albion.
|Fab Backs Campaign Fri 21st Oct 2005 12:03 |
Veteran defender Fabian Wilnis says he is a big supporter of initiatives like Kick Racism Out of Football. Teams throughout the country will wear shirts proclaiming an anti-racist message ahead of this weekend's matches.
|Squad as Expected Fri 21st Oct 2005 10:55 |
Town's squad for Saturday's game with Watford includes no surprises. Skipper Jim Magilton returns after being rested for the visit of Coventry.
|Second Fletcher Bid? Fri 21st Oct 2005 10:22 |
Town are reported to have made a second unsuccessful loan bid for West Ham midfielder Carl Fletcher. TWTD suggested yesterday that the former Bournemouth man could be a player targeted by boss Joe Royle now he has left Watford.
On Thursday, 21st October 2004
|Kelvin: Price is Right Thu 21st Oct 2004 23:12 |
First choice Town keeper Kelvin Davis has praised deputy Lewis Price for his performances since he came into the side. Davis picked up a back problem in the Reading game and Price came on as a half-time sub and has replaced him in the three subsequent matches.
|De Vos: I'm Knackered Thu 21st Oct 2004 22:57 |
Central defender Jason De Vos says he's feeling the effects of his recent trip to Canada and back for international duty. Capped 48 times, De Vos is considering retiring from international football.
|Joe on Strikers Thu 21st Oct 2004 16:13 |
Town boss Joe Royle has told his strikers to go out and cement first team places for themselves. Royle feels that a regular strike partnership is yet to emerge this season.
|Davis Only Absentee Thu 21st Oct 2004 15:18 |
Town will again be without first choice keeper Kelvin Davis when they face Watford at Vicarage Road on Saturday. Davis is still not ready for a return after his back injury and Lewis Price will keep his place in what is likely to be an unchanged side.
|Diamond Date Confirmed Thu 21st Oct 2004 12:02 |
As widely rumoured and reported by TWTD, Neil Diamond has been confirmed as the second act playing Portman Road next summer. The Diamond concert will be on Thursday, May 26th.
|Agent on Petition Thu 21st Oct 2004 11:12 |
Barry MacLean, agent for Canada youngster Jaime Peters, has commented on the fans' petition aimed at persuading the winger to join the Blues. TWTD reported yesterday that Message Board regular Simon Copley had started the petition with the aim of encouraging the former Kaiserslautern trainee to commit his future to Town.
On Tuesday, 21st October 2003
|Morrow On For N Ireland Tue 21st Oct 2003 15:56 |
Academy striker Sam Morrow came on as a 70th minute sub for the Northern Irish U19s in their 2-1 defeat against Romania last night.
|Mahon Out for Month Tue 21st Oct 2003 11:48 |
On-loan midfielder Alan Mahon's hamstring injury is not as bad as first feared, however the 25-year-old will still be missing for three to four weeks.
|Late Fitness Test for Jim Tue 21st Oct 2003 11:10 |
Blues' skipper Jim Magilton will face a fitness test shortly before Town's game against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park this evening (KO 8pm). The midfielder's calf is less swollen than earlier in the week.
On Monday, 21st October 2002
|Dozzell Signs for Grays Mon 21st Oct 2002 17:51 |
Former Town midfielder Jason Dozzell has joined Grays Athletic in the Ryman Premier League. Previously Dozzell had spent a short time with Canvey Island.
|Reid Admits Contact Mon 21st Oct 2002 17:33 |
Reports this afternoon say former Sunderland manager Peter Reid has admitted that talks are ongoing between Town and himself. We reported this morning that Town were looking to Reid to be George Burley's replacement.
|Mogga on Burnley Mon 21st Oct 2002 16:31 |
Caretaker-manager Tony Mowbray says his side will come up against the division's form team when they meet Burnley at Portman Road on Tuesday night. Stan Ternent's side beat Leicester on Saturday, their fifth win in a row.
|Town Sponsor Sold Mon 21st Oct 2002 15:45 |
Town sponsor TXU has sold its UK operation to Powergen for £1.37bn. The US-based energy company have been in financial trouble recently and are negotiating with creditors regarding the feasibility of continuing as an enterprise.
|TWTD Post Problems Mon 21st Oct 2002 15:42 |
Apologies to anyone who has sent TWTD mail over the course of the last month. It appears there has been a problem at the PO Box as mail dating back more than a month has only just appeared on the doormat.
|Reid the Man? Mon 21st Oct 2002 12:23 |
TWTD understands that former Sunderland manager Peter Reid is a favourite to be the man installed as the new Town manager. Reid has been one of the candidates for the job since George Burley's departure ten days ago.
|Magilton Out of Squad Mon 21st Oct 2002 11:54 |
Jim Magilton is out of the squad for Tuesday's league clash with Burnley at Portman Road. The midfielder limped off at the Madejski Stadium on Saturday after previously missing out with a hamstring injury.
|We're Behind Mogga - Matt Mon 21st Oct 2002 09:46 |
Matt Holland says the players are behind Tony Mowbray's bid to become Town boss despite Saturday's woeful display at Reading.
|Burley to Stoke? Mon 21st Oct 2002 09:42 |
Stoke City are looking to gain £1 million compensation from Sunderland for the loss of manager Steve Cotterill before turning to George Burley to take over at the Britannia Stadium.
On Sunday, 21st October 2001
|Yallop Wins Title! Sun 21st Oct 2001 23:29 |
Frank Yallop's San Jose Earthquakes have won the Major League Soccer championship after a 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Galaxy at the Columbus Crew Stadium in the MLS Cup final. A.. ahem... sudden-death overtime winner from Dwayne DeRosario won the title.
|Finidi Out Till Christmas Sun 21st Oct 2001 23:25 |
Finidi George will be out until Christmas after suffering a depressed fracture in the tenth minute of today's game with Fulham at Craven Cottage.
|Fulham 1-1 Town Sun 21st Oct 2001 16:33 |
A much-changed Town side failed to break down a Fulham side which was down to 10 men for most of the game. Luis Boa Morte saw red just before half-time for a dive, although in truth he should have gone earlier for an elbow on Fabian Wilnis. Town had gone behind to a Barry Hayles goal with the equaliser from Jermaine Wright coming in the second half.
On Saturday, 21st October 2000
|Duo Sign New Contracts Sat 21st Oct 2000 18:05 |
Town received great news today when both Titus Bramble and skipper Matt Holland both signed new contracts. Titus, on the bench for today's game at Valley Parade has signed a three and a half year deal taking him to 2004. Matt, who crossed for Town's opener today has signed a four and a half year deal to 2005.
|Bradford 0 - 2 Ipswich Sat 21st Oct 2000 17:54 |
Town won their third away game on the trot with a late Jamie Clapham freekick adding to a first half Dan Petrescu own goal. Town lined up as they did last week which meant a place on the bench once more for Titus Bramble.
On Thursday, 21st October 1999
|It's McJohnno Thu 21st Oct 1999 10:57 |
David Johnson has ended the speculation surrounding his international career by committing himself to Norway.... er Scotland. The diminutive striker took a trip to Ibrox last night to see Rangers beat PSV 4-1.