On Wednesday, 28th May 2014
|Crowe's Wales Draw as Berra Left on Bench Wed 28th May 2014 21:58 |
Town keeper Michael Crowe was in the Wales U19 side which drew 1-1 with Belgium in the opening game of their Euro 2014 elite qualifying group in Portugal this afternoon.
|Fan Publishes Book on His Years Following The Blues Wed 28th May 2014 21:51 |
Town fan Graeme Brooke has published a book about his years following the Blues, Adventures of a Tractor Boy.
|Friendly at AFC Sudbury Wed 28th May 2014 09:52 |
AFC Sudbury have announced that a Blues XI will play a pre-season friendly at the King’s Marsh Stadium on Tuesday 5th August (KO 7.45pm).
|Ipswich Town FC Friendly at AFC Sudbury Wed 28th May 2014 09:52 |
AFC Sudbury have announced that an Ipswich Town XI will play a pre-season friendly at the King's Marsh Stadium on Tuesday 5th August (KO 7.45pm).
On Tuesday, 28th May 2013
|Town Amongst Clubs Linked With Spurr Tue 28th May 2013 22:10 |
Town are amongst a number of Championship clubs reported to be interested in out-of-contract Doncaster Rovers left-back Tommy Spurr. Reading, Blackburn, Derby and Birmingham are also said to be eyeing the 25-year-old former Sheffield Wednesday defender.
|Academy Duo Run Marathon Tue 28th May 2013 16:45 |
Academy director Bryan Klug and U15s coach Liam Manning (pictured) took part in Sunday's Edinburgh Marathon.
|Blackburn Confirm Judge Signing Tue 28th May 2013 16:28 |
Blackburn Rovers have confirmed the signing of Blues target Alan Judge on a three-year deal. The Lancastrians were reported to have won the race to sign the free agent Irishman earlier in the month.
|Blues and Canaries in Pre-Season Friendly Talks Tue 28th May 2013 15:03 |
TWTD understands that Town and Norwich City are in advanced talks regarding a friendly at Carrow Road during pre-season. Rumours regarding a friendly between the two clubs have been circulating for a number of weeks.
On Monday, 28th May 2012
|Murray Wins Cap Mon 28th May 2012 23:54 |
Blues striker Ronan Murray won his second Republic of Ireland U21 cap as his side lost 2-1 to Denmark in a friendly in Dublin this evening.
|Hewitt In Mould of Fellow Welshman Bale Mon 28th May 2012 22:54 |
Elliott Hewitt, who is set to become Town’s first signing of the summer, is a player very much in the mould of fellow Welshman Gareth Bale, according to those who watched him during his time with Macclesfield. We understand that personal terms have been agreed with Hewitt and that the deal is likely to be confirmed on Tuesday or on his 18th birthday on Wednesday at the latest.
|Palace Confirm Ward Signing Mon 28th May 2012 19:51 |
Crystal Palace have confirmed the signing of Blues target Joel Ward from Portsmouth for a fee of £400,000. Town, Leeds, Blackpool, Burnley and Sheffield Wednesday had also been in the hunt for the 22-year-old defender or midfielder.
|Blues Closing in On Hewitt Mon 28th May 2012 16:46 |
Macclesfield Town right-back Elliott Hewitt is understood to be set to undergo a medical at Portman Road this afternoon as the Blues close in on their first signing of the summer. A fee was agreed with the Silkmen last week with talks regarding personal terms having taken place over the last few days.
|Blues Again Linked With Robertson Mon 28th May 2012 15:59 |
Scottish reports are again linking Town with a move for out-of-contract Dundee United midfielder Scott Robertson. The Dundee Evening Telegraph claims the Blues are "well down the road to securing" the 27-year-old’s signature.
|Ward Completing Palace Move Mon 28th May 2012 11:02 |
TWTD sources have learnt that Blues target Joel Ward is currently in the process of completing his move to Crystal Palace. The 22-year-old had been chased by Town since January with Leeds, Blackpool, Burnley and Sheffield Wednesday also showing interest to various degrees since the end of the season.
|Charitable Trust Running Whitsun Holiday Courses Mon 28th May 2012 09:06 |
Town’s Charitable Trust will once again be running their Holiday Soccer Camps during the Whitsun holiday from June 6th-8th. The courses give children the chance to develop their football skills and make new friends overseen by the Trust’s professional and experienced coaching staff.
On Saturday, 28th May 2011
|Bullard's Future Still Up in the Air Sat 28th May 2011 14:23 |
Loan midfielder Jimmy Bullard says he is still unsure where he’ll be playing football next season. Town’s Player of the Year, who was speaking on this morning’s Soccer AM, was unaware of newspaper claims of interest from Norwich City, although he didn't rule out a possible summer move to Norfolk.
|Town and Forest Eyeing Treacy Sat 28th May 2011 09:07 |
Town and Nottingham Forest are showing interest in Preston left winger Keith Treacy, according to reports in Ireland. The 22-year-old is claimed to have already been the subject of an unsuccessful £800,000 bid from Burnley this summer and looks certain to leave the newly-relegated Lilywhites.
On Friday, 28th May 2010
|Murray Wins Cap Fri 28th May 2010 20:36 |
Striker Ronan Murray won his 13th Republic of Ireland U19 cap in his side’s 1-0 victory over Ukraine earlier this evening. Chelsea’s Connor Clifford netted the winning goal from the spot in Ireland’s second European U19 Championships elite qualifying group game.
|Reserves Could Switch Venue Fri 28th May 2010 15:04 |
Town's reserves could play their home games at Ipswich Wanderers' Humber Doucy Lane ground next season. The Blues will again take part in the Football Combination East Division during 2010/11.
|Town to Face Southend in Pre-Season Fri 28th May 2010 12:30 |
Town will play a pre-season friendly at League Two Southend United on Friday 9th July (KO 7.45pm).
|Smith and New Zealand Arrive in Austria Ahead of Friendly Fri 28th May 2010 09:52 |
Tommy Smith and the New Zealand squad have arrived in Austria for their altitude training camp ahead of the World Cup. Smith has been confirmed as a starter for the All Whites when they face Serbia in a friendly on Saturday, while Gareth McAuley and Tamás Priskin could also pick up full caps over the weekend.
|Trotter Out for Wembley Double Fri 28th May 2010 09:13 |
Midfielder Liam Trotter will be hoping to be victorious in the League One play-off final for the second year running on Saturday when his Millwall side take on Swindon at Wembley (Sky Sports Two, 2.30pm).
|Duo Hope to Win Irish Caps Fri 28th May 2010 09:06 |
Striker Ronan Murray and keeper Ian McLoughlin will hope to win caps this evening when the Republic of Ireland U19s take on hosts Ukraine in their second European U19 Championships elite qualifying group game in Borodinka.
|Healy Again Linked With Hartlepool Fri 28th May 2010 08:54 |
League One Hartlepool are again being linked with a move for Town midfielder Colin Healy. The Irishman was on the verge of joining Pools from Cork City last summer until the Blues matched their €100,000 (£70,000) bid and the 30-year-old signed for Town.
|Priskin Donation to Flood Victims Fri 28th May 2010 08:42 |
Town striker Tamás Priskin and his international team-mate Marton Fulop have donated one million Hungarian forints (just over £3,000) to the Hungarian Red Cross to aid victims of the floods which have recently hit their home country.
|Murphy Again on Bench for Ireland Fri 28th May 2010 08:40 |
Town keeper Brian Murphy will again be hoping to win his first full cap when the Republic of Ireland face Algeria in a friendly in Dublin this evening (Sky Sports One, 7.30pm). Murphy has been named amongst the subs.
On Thursday, 28th May 2009
|Town Chasing QPR's Delaney Thu 28th May 2009 23:00 |
Town boss Roy Keane is eyeing a move for QPR left-back Damien Delaney, according to our friends at LoftForWords.co.uk. The 27-year-old has been told he can leave Loftus Road after an 18-month spell in West London.
|Duo Receive International Calls Thu 28th May 2009 16:24 |
Winger Reggie Lambe and goalkeeper Ian McLoughlin have received international calls. Lambe will be with a Bermuda U23 camp next month, while McLoughlin is in the Irish U19 squad for their UEFA Championship elite qualifying phase matches this summer.
|Ipswich 'Til I Die Still On Sale From TWTD Thu 28th May 2009 14:21 |
Copies of the Ipswich â€˜Til I Die book are still available from TWTD. The book is a unique collection of footballing memories written by Blues fans with the project having been run by the Ipswich Town Independent Supporters Trust.
|Civelli Making Good Progress Thu 28th May 2009 14:17 |
Midfielder Luciano Civelli is making good progress as he continues his recovery from the serious knee ligament injury he sustained in the Burnley game. The 22-year-old, who recently returned to Argentina, underwent surgery in April and is already off his crutches.
|Reading Offer Harding Contract Thu 28th May 2009 12:41 |
TWTD understands that Reading have offered released Town full-back Dan Harding a permanent contract. Harding spent the second half of the season on loan with the Royals, having been with Southend on a similar basis in the opening few months of 2008/09.
|Trotter Set to Learn Future Thu 28th May 2009 12:16 |
Midfielder Liam Trotter is reportedly meeting boss Roy Keane today to discover whether he has a future with the Blues. The 20-year-old, who has been away on loan at Scunthorpe, is the only one of the 13 out of contract players still to find out whether or not he is staying at Portman Road.
|Reason Close to Completing Cambridge Move Thu 28th May 2009 10:59 |
Released midfielder Jai Reason says he is close to agreeing a permanent contract with former loan side Cambridge United. Reason spent the final three months of the season with the U's and played in their Blue Square Premier play-off final defeat to Torquay.
|Keane Continues to Be Linked With Celtic Thu 28th May 2009 08:57 |
Boss Roy Keane continues to be linked with the vacant manager's job at his former club Celtic. Various former Bhoys players have been quoted over the last few days stating that Keane is the man to take over from Gordon Strachan, who resigned at the weekend.
On Wednesday, 28th May 2008
|Duo on Irish Bench Again Wed 28th May 2008 23:22 |
Town duo Owen Garvan and Alex Bruce will be amongst the substitutes when the Republic of Ireland take on Colombia at Craven Cottage on Thursday evening (Sky Sports One, 8pm).
|Williams to Join Hoddle's Academy Wed 28th May 2008 23:16 |
Former Town U18s captain and combative midfielder Curtley Williams is poised to sign a one-year contract with the Glenn Hoddle Academy within the next few days.
|Win Books Signed by Roger Osborne Wed 28th May 2008 17:05 |
Breedon Books have offered TWTD readers the chance to win one of three copies of Mel Henderson's new book Ipswich Town: The 1978 FA Cup Story, signed by Roger Osborne. TWTD is also exclusively offering you the chance to buy a copy of the book inscribed by Town's Wembley goalscorer.
|Fab Set for Testimonial Wed 28th May 2008 16:19 |
Town have granted veteran defender Fabian Wilnis a testimonial match. Wilnis joined the Blues for £200,000 from Dutch side De Graafschap in January 1999 and was released this summer after nine years at Portman Road.
|Mpenza Agent on Interested Clubs Wed 28th May 2008 15:38 |
Emile Mpenza's agent Rachid Tajmout says Premier League Bolton are interested in signing his player in addition to Town, Reading, Leicester and Trabzonspor. Mpenza will leave Manchester City this summer and is keen to remain in England.
|Has Jim Already Filled the Garvan Gap? Wed 28th May 2008 14:46 |
New columnist Chicoazul suspects that Owen Garvan will leave the Blues over the summer and reckons Jim's January signings were made with this eventuality in mind.
|Naked Sports Show This Evening Wed 28th May 2008 13:50 |
Don't forget to tune into tonight's The Naked Sports Show from 6pm, with Phil Pritchard and The Vulture. Reverting back to the traditional 30-minute format, the show will be looking back at the weekend's play-off matches, the Champions League, England's Test triumph against New Zealand and anything else the listenership suggest.
|Town, Reading and Leicester Chasing Mpenza Wed 28th May 2008 13:05 |
Town, Reading and Leicester City are all interested in signing released Manchester City striker Emile Mpenza, according to today's Belgian press. TWTD first revealed that the Blues were being tipped to move for the Belgian international back in April.
|Garvan Hoping for First Cap Wed 28th May 2008 09:06 |
Midfielder Owen Garvan us hoping to win his first full Ireland cap on Thursday when the Republic take on Colombia at Craven Cottage (Sky Sports One, 8pm). The 20-year-old says he will decide on his Town future when he returns from international duty.
On Monday, 28th May 2007
|No Wembley for Currie Mon 28th May 2007 17:13 |
On-loan midfielder Darren Currie was left out of the Derby County 16 as the Rams defeated Tony Mowbray's West Brom 1-0 in Monday's Championship play-off final at Wembley. Former loanee Jay McEveley played the full 90 minutes, while Jon Macken, who spent the first half of the season with Town, was an unused sub.
|Jim Targeting Midfielder Mon 28th May 2007 10:28 |
Boss Jim Magilton says he wants to add a ball-winning midfielder to his squad over the summer. The Town manager says he has a player in mind, but is unsure whether the club have the finances to secure his target.
On Sunday, 28th May 2006
|No Pearson Confirmed Sun 28th May 2006 23:04 |
A Midlands newspaper appears to confirm TWTD's Friday report ruling West Brom assistant boss Nigel Pearson out of the running for the Town manager's job.
On Saturday, 28th May 2005
|Peters at Canada Camp Sat 28th May 2005 23:07 |
Jaime Peters has been named in a 22-player Canada U20 squad for a pre-tournament training camp and matches in Lievin, France next week. Peters will officially sign for the Blues when he returns to the club for pre-season at the beginning of July.
|Joe on Strike Target Sat 28th May 2005 19:18 |
Boss Joe Royle has revealed that he has a player in mind as a replacement for striker Darren Bent. The England U21 international is expected to leave this summer with Charlton and Sunderland leading the chase.
|Saturday Links Sat 28th May 2005 12:23 |
Birmingham's Njazi Kuqi and Swindon's Sam Parkin are the latest two strikers to be linked with summer moves to Portman Road. Meanwhile, Charlton are reported to be ready to bid £3.5 million for Darren Bent.
On Friday, 28th May 2004
|Alun No to Colchester Fri 28th May 2004 13:48 |
Released striker Alun Armstrong has refused an approach from Colchester United. Armstrong was told earlier this week that his contract with the Blues would not renewed when it sends on June 30th.
|Ticket Sales Going Well Fri 28th May 2004 13:13 |
Sales of season tickets for 2004/05 are going well and are likely to be close to last year's total of 18,000. Today (Friday, May 28th) is the last day for existing season ticket holders to purchase their seats at discounted prices.
|Nabil to Den Haag Fri 28th May 2004 10:46 |
Released Dutch midfielder is reported to be set to join ADO Den Haag back in his home country. The former Ajax youth player had the remaining months of his contract settled by the Blues in March.
On Wednesday, 28th May 2003
|Royle on Diallo Wed 28th May 2003 14:11 |
Town manager Joe Royle he will have to wait another week until he can do anything more in his attempt to sign defender Drissa Diallo. As reported yesterday, the Guinean international is set for talks with Burnley who he spent time with last season.
|Bent in England Squad Wed 28th May 2003 13:59 |
Town striker Darren Bent has been included in the England U21 squad for their friendly against Serbia and Montenegro at Hull's Kingston Communications Stadium and the European qualifier against Slovakia at Sunderland.
|Club Deny Arsenal Game Wed 28th May 2003 13:49 |
Town have denied a recent report which claimed that Arsenal would be the Blues pre-season opponents at Portman Road on Friday, August 1st. The Gunners are already set to play Celtic on August 2nd ruling out a visit to Suffolk.
|Joe Wants Darren to Stay Wed 28th May 2003 12:50 |
Town manager Joe Royle has reiterated the club's determination to hold on to young striker Darren Bent. Earlier today TWTD reported that Newcastle United are set to renew their interest in the 19-year-old prospect.
|Burley in for Ambrose? Wed 28th May 2003 12:48 |
Reports this afternoon say former Town boss George Burley will seek to take departed Blue Darren Ambrose to Pride Park on loan next season if and when he is appointed the Rams' new boss.
|Joe Expects June Deals Wed 28th May 2003 10:30 |
Town manager Joe Royle says he expects the summer transfer dealing to start in June. The Blues' boss will be on holiday at his home in Majorca during that period, but says he will fly back at a moment's notice if required.
|Newcastle Back for Bent? Wed 28th May 2003 10:14 |
TWTD understands that Newcastle United are set to make another attempt to lure Town striker Darren Bent to St James' Park. The 19-year-old has long been coveted by Magpies' boss Sir Bobby Robson who tried to sign him late last season.
On Tuesday, 28th May 2002
|Town Back in Europe! Tue 28th May 2002 20:56 |
own will be playing in the UEFA Cup for the second season running next season after being one of the two sides to qualify via the Fair Play League draw. Town and SK Sigma Olomouc (Czech Republic) were the sides to come out of the hat in the draw in Switzerland this evening.
|Holland City Link Again Tue 28th May 2002 12:21 |
Matt Holland has once more been linked with a £5 million move to Kevin Keegan's Manchester City. The Town skipper is said to be one of two midfielders the former England manager is targeting, the other being Cameroon international Marc-Vivien Foe.
|Town's Euro D-Day Tue 28th May 2002 09:39 |
Town will find out this evening if European football will return to Portman Road next season. The draw for the final two UEFA Cup places takes place in Switzerland, at half-time during the European U21 Championship final. France meet the Czech Republic in Basle.
On Monday, 28th May 2001
|Burley Denies Links Mon 28th May 2001 12:28 |
George Burley has denied that Town are interested in either of the players linked with Town at the weekend. Newspapers suggested Town were interested in his nephew Craig and Manchester United's Mark Wilson, both at a cost of £3 million.