On Friday, 28th August 2015
|Life's a Pitch Live From Portman Road Fri 28th Aug 2015 23:25 |
Radio Suffolk’s Life’s a Pitch comes live from Portman Road on Saturday (midday to 2pm) with host Mark Murphy joined by legend-in-residence Kevin Beattie, Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham, while you can hear from skipper Luke Chambers and midfield linchpin Cole Skuse.
|Dozzell on Target as Hayes Wins First Cap Fri 28th Aug 2015 21:06 |
Academy midfielder Andre Dozzell scored and keeper Nick Hayes made a number of impressive saves as England’s U17s beat Turkey 2-1 at Walsall’s Banks’s Stadium in their second game at the St George’s International Tournament.
|U21s Lose at Millwall Fri 28th Aug 2015 17:40 |
Town’s U21s lost 3-0 at Millwall this afternoon with Jamie Philpot, Alfie Pavey (pen) and Fejiri Okenabirhie scoring the goals.
|McCarthy Facing Friend Hughton in Top of the Table Clash Fri 28th Aug 2015 17:28 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy will be facing one of his best friends in football when the top-of-the-table Blues take on second-placed Brighton at Portman Road on Saturday afternoon (KO 3pm). McCarthy and Seagulls manager Chris Hughton played alongside one another in the Republic of Ireland’s defence throughout the 1980s.
|Australian International to Join Town Fri 28th Aug 2015 15:09 |
Town have revealed that free agent Australian international winger Tommy Oar is joining the club.
|Ipswich Town v Brighton and Hove Albion: Match Betting Fri 28th Aug 2015 15:00 |
Fancy a flutter on Saturday's match?
|Two-Year Deal for Malarczyk Fri 28th Aug 2015 14:42 |
Town have confirmed that new addition Piotr Malarczyk has signed a two-year deal with an option for a further season.
|Berra Out for Four Weeks Fri 28th Aug 2015 13:58 |
Town centre-half Christophe Berra is facing four weeks out having suffered a hamstring injury in training earlier in the week, manager Mick McCarthy has confirmed.
|McCarthy Confirms Malarczyk Signing Fri 28th Aug 2015 13:47 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that Polish defender Piotr Malarczyk is joining the Blues from Korona Kielce and says he could do one more deal before Tuesday's deadline.
|Ipswich Town v Brighton and Hove Albion - Your Predictions Fri 28th Aug 2015 12:00 |
86% of those who have logged their predictions for Saturday's match against Brighton believe we'll get all three points, but do you agree with them?
|Stewart Joins Doncaster on Loan Fri 28th Aug 2015 11:42 |
Out-of-favour winger Cameron Stewart has joined Tuesday's Capital One Cup opponents Doncaster Rovers on loan until January 2nd.
|U21s at Millwall, U18s Face Palace Fri 28th Aug 2015 11:16 |
Town’s U21s are in action away against Millwall at their Bromley training ground this afternoon (KO 2pm).
|Dozzell Hungry for More International Success Fri 28th Aug 2015 09:35 |
Having tasted success with England’s U16s in April, midfielder Andre Dozzell is hungry for more as he - along with Blues Academy keeper Nick Hayes - prepares to face Turkey with the U17s at Walsall today (KO 7pm).
|Haverhill Branch Running Coach to Old Trafford Fri 28th Aug 2015 09:28 |
The Haverhill Branch of Ipswich Town Supporters Club is planning to run a coach to the Capital One Cup tie against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Wednesday 23rd September.
|Scorer of U14s’ 'Barcelona' Goal Joins Arsenal Fri 28th Aug 2015 09:11 |
Harry Clarke, the scorer of the U14s' Barcelona-esque goal which went viral at the start of last season has joined Arsenal’s Academy.
|Fraser Trying Not to Get Too Excited About Old Trafford Trip Fri 28th Aug 2015 06:00 |
Ryan Fraser is a self-confessed Manchester United fan but the Town winger admits he is not trying to get too excited ahead of next month’s Capital One Cup third round visit to Old Trafford.
|Fraser Delighted With Start to Town Spell Fri 28th Aug 2015 06:00 |
Town new boy Ryan Fraser could hardly be happier with the start he has made to his season-long loan move from Bournemouth.
|Old Trafford? That'll Be Nothing! Fri 28th Aug 2015 06:00 |
He will probably face the biggest crowd of his career so far at Manchester United next month but Ryan Fraser will take it in his stride compared to the torment he was forced to endure before undergoing his Town initiation earlier this month.
On Thursday, 28th August 2014
|Town's Agent Spending Down Thu 28th Aug 2014 15:31 |
Town spent £356,700 on agents’ fees in the year to the end of June 2014, according to the Football League’s latest Agents’ Fees Report.
|Hunt and Stewart Targeting Millwall Match Thu 28th Aug 2014 15:11 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy says injured duo Stephen Hunt and Cameron Stewart should be fit enough for inclusion in the first-team squad for the home game against Millwall which follows the international break. The Blues manager says he has no new injury problems ahead of Saturday’s game at Derby County.
|Loan Signing Possible Before Deadline Thu 28th Aug 2014 15:06 |
Boss Mick McCarthy says he could add a loan player to his squad before the transfer window closes on Monday at 11pm, although there will be no one new in the squad before the weekend trip to Derby.
|Listen Again: Naked Football Show Thu 28th Aug 2014 13:35 |
This week's Naked Football Show sees host Graham Blackburn joined by The Vulture and debutant Renegade Statman to discuss Town's derby defeat and weekend trip to Derby.
|Wigan Game Moves to Monday for Sky Thu 28th Aug 2014 10:35 |
Town’s game at Wigan Athletic has switched from Saturday 20th September to Monday 22nd September and will be shown live on Sky (KO 7.45pm).
|McCarthy Wants More Goals From Berra Thu 28th Aug 2014 06:00 |
Boss Mick McCarthy says he wants to see even more goals from centre-half Christophe Berra, who is currently this season's top scorer having netting twice in last week’s 2-2 draw at Birmingham, the second a last-gasp equaliser.
On Wednesday, 28th August 2013
|Mings Closing in On Return Wed 28th Aug 2013 15:03 |
Defender Tyrone Mings is hoping to be back in action after the international break which follows Saturday’s trip to Birmingham. The 20-year-old, who penned a new two-year deal yesterday, injured a medial knee ligament in the opening day defeat at Reading.
|Naked Football Show Tonight on ICR Wed 28th Aug 2013 13:22 |
You can now tweet the Naked Football Show, which is live on ICR FM at 6pm this evening. Host Graham Blackburn will be joined by Nathan Reeve and Terry Holden to look back at Saturday’s defeat to Leeds and ahead to this weekend’s game at Birmingham.
On Tuesday, 28th August 2012
|Jewell: We're Not Tough Enough Tue 28th Aug 2012 23:10 |
Town manager Paul Jewell bemoaned his side’s inability to see out tough periods in games after their 2-1 extra-time Capital One Cup defeat at Carlisle.
|Carlisle 2-1 Town (AET) Tue 28th Aug 2012 22:18 |
Town crashed out of the Capital One Cup at the second round stage after Carlisle came from behind to beat the Blues 2-1 at Brunton Park. Town went in front via Massimo Luongo’s first career goal in the first half, Mark Beck equalised right on time for the Cumbrians and David Symington, like Beck a second half sub, netted the winner in extra-time.
|Carson Replaces Injured Hyam Tue 28th Aug 2012 19:20 |
Blues boss Paul Jewell makes one change to his starting line-up for tonight's Capital One Cup tie at Carlisle with Josh Carson returning to the side in place of Luke Hyam, who has a hamstring injury. Youngster Byron Lawrence comes on to the bench.
|Bullard Joins MK Dons Tue 28th Aug 2012 19:12 |
Departed Blues midfielder Jimmy Bullard has joined League One MK Dons, signing a deal until December 31st. The 33-year-old’s Blues contract was settled by mutual consent earlier in the month.
|Blues Again Linked With Posh Pair Tue 28th Aug 2012 14:18 |
Town are being linked with a move for Peterborough pair George Boyd and Paul Taylor ahead of the final day of the transfer window on Friday.
|Carson in Northern Ireland Squad Tue 28th Aug 2012 11:02 |
Blues midfielder Josh Carson has been named in the full Northern Ireland squad for their World Cup qualifiers against Russia and Luxembourg next month.
|Murphy Loan Deal Could Be Done By Wednesday Tue 28th Aug 2012 10:56 |
TWTD understands that Daryl Murphy’s season-long loan move to the Blues from Celtic could be completed as soon as tomorrow. Talks regarding the 29-year-old’s return to Portman Road have been ongoing for the last couple of days with the Irish international back from his hamstring injury sooner than had been expected.
|Murphy Set for Third Loan Spell Tue 28th Aug 2012 08:50 |
Daryl Murphy is close to rejoining the Blues for a third loan spell, according to reports in Ireland this morning. Murphy, whose Celtic contract is up at the end of the season, was with the Blues for the whole of the last campaign and the second half of 2009/10.
|Town Look to Bounce Back at Carlisle Tue 28th Aug 2012 06:00 |
Town boss Paul Jewell will be weighing up whether to make changes to his side for tonight’s Capital One Cup second round tie against League One Carlisle United at Brunton Park (KO 7.45pm). The Blues manager will be looking for his team to get back to winning ways immediately in the wake of Saturday’s 6-0 defeat at Blackpool.
On Sunday, 28th August 2011
|Stockdale in England Squad for Qualifiers Sun 28th Aug 2011 21:00 |
Town loan keeper David Stockdale has been named in the England squad for the Euro 2012 qualifiers against Bulgaria in Sofia on Friday and with Wales at Wembley the following Tuesday. Stockdale, who is with the Blues from Fulham for the season, is yet to win a cap with this his fourth senior call-up.
|Tune for the Town? Sun 28th Aug 2011 09:16 |
Town are offering fans the chance to definitively vote on whether goal celebration music will be played at Portman Road, and if so which tune will ring around the stands.
On Saturday, 28th August 2010
|Keane: Win But We Didn't Play Well Sat 28th Aug 2010 18:04 |
Boss Roy Keane felt Town beat Bristol City 2-0 at Portman Road despite not playing particularly well. Tamás Priskin scored his first goal at home and Jason Scotland netted on his Blues league debut as Town climbed to third in the Championship, behind leaders QPR and Cardiff on goal difference.
|Town 2-0 Bristol City Sat 28th Aug 2010 16:58 |
Second half goals from Tamás Priskin and league debutant Jason Scotland saw the Blues to a comfortable victory over a poor Bristol City side at Portman Road. Town had hit the bar three times before the Hungarian struck the opener and the winning margin could have been much more comfortable.
|Town Draw Millwall Away Sat 28th Aug 2010 12:50 |
Town will play Millwall away in the third round of the Carling Cup, the Blues’ fifth sucessive away draw in the competition, the eighth in both cups and the seventh since Roy Keane took over as boss.
|U18s Face Leeds in First Home Game Sat 28th Aug 2010 09:51 |
Town’s U18s play their first home game of the season this morning when Leeds visit Playford Road (KO 11am). The Blues youngsters will be looking to get into winning ways after losing 5-0 at Wolves in their opening fixture a week ago.
|Keane Not Interested in Manager of the Month Sat 28th Aug 2010 09:35 |
Town boss Roy Keane says the possibility of winning August’s Manager of the Month award is of no interest to him. Depending on results today, the Irishman could be one of a number of Championship managers in the running for the gong.
On Friday, 28th August 2009
|U18s at Derby Fri 28th Aug 2009 14:36 |
Town’s U18s are in action away at Derby’s Moor Farm Training Centre on Saturday morning (KO 11.30am).
|Win Copies of Ipswich Town Miscellany: Friday Fri 28th Aug 2009 14:18 |
One lucky TWTD reader can win a copy of Dan Botten’s new book Ipswich Town Miscellany: Blues Trivia, History, Facts and Stats every day this week. Dan’s latest book is published today.
|Martin and Colback Doubts for Preston Clash Fri 28th Aug 2009 13:16 |
Midfield pair Lee Martin and Jack Colback are doubts ahead of Saturday’s home game against Preston North End due to groin injuries sustained at Peterborough. The Blues will again be without Jaime Peters, but Pablo Couñago is likely to make his first Championship start of the season.
|Keane Expecting a Busy Day Fri 28th Aug 2009 11:30 |
Town boss Roy Keane says he expects to have a busy day on the transfer front, but doesn’t expect to complete any deals before the weekend. Keane says he has turned down an offer for one of his players, in addition to his ongoing attempts to strengthen his squad.
|Burnley Linked With Garvan Move Fri 28th Aug 2009 07:30 |
Town have received a £1 million bid from Premier League new boys Burnley for midfielder Owen Garvan, according to one of this morning’s tabloids.
On Thursday, 28th August 2008
|Lee's Palace Move on Hold Thu 28th Aug 2008 22:26 |
TWTD understands that striker Alan Lee's proposed move to Crystal Palace is on hold and the frontman will be back with the Blues for Friday training.
|Volz to Swap Folding Bike for Tractor Thu 28th Aug 2008 18:43 |
New Town loan signing Moritz Volz has announced his intention to swap his famous folding bike for a tractor now that he has joined the Blues. The former German U21 international will be with Town on a season-long loan from Fulham.
|Clarke at Darlington Until January Thu 28th Aug 2008 17:19 |
Town have confirmed that striker Billy Clarke is to remain at Darlington until January after all. Initial reports said the Irishman was moving to the Quakers until the new year, but subsequent claims put the deal at only an extra month.
|Bruce in Irish Squad for World Cup Qualifiers Thu 28th Aug 2008 17:01 |
Town defender Alex Bruce has been named in the Republic of Ireland squad for their World Cup qualifiers against Georgia and Montenegro. Bruce has previously won only a single full cap but has become a regular in squads under Giovanni Trapattoni.
|Garvan in Irish U21 Squad for European Qualifiers Thu 28th Aug 2008 16:43 |
Midfielder Owen Garvan has been named in the Republic of Ireland U21 squad for their final European Championship qualifying games against Bulgaria and Portugal. Garvan, who pulled out of the recent friendly in Austria due to illness, has previously won four U21 caps.
|Northern Irish Youngster Training With Town Thu 28th Aug 2008 15:46 |
TWTD understands that Portadown left-back Ross Redman is currently training with the Blues at Playford Road. The Northern Ireland U19 international was one of the youngsters who spent time with the squad during their tour of Belfast in the summer.
|Volz Completes Loan Move from Fulham Thu 28th Aug 2008 14:40 |
Town have announced that Moritz Volz has completed his season-long loan move from Fulham. The 25-year-old is likely to make his debut for the Blues at Watford on Saturday.
|Darlington Extend Clarke Loan Thu 28th Aug 2008 12:27 |
Darlington manager Dave Penney has revealed that Billy Clarke's loan has been extended. The Irishman joined the Quakers for an initial month and has impressed, scoring one goal in five starts.
|Bowden: Fulham's Volz to Sign Today Thu 28th Aug 2008 11:09 |
Town chief executive Derek Bowden says the Blues expect to sign Fulham full-back Moritz Volz on loan today. Bowden has also confirmed that Alan Lee is in talks with Crystal Palace after the clubs agreed a fee.
|Lee Undergoing Palace Medical Thu 28th Aug 2008 10:22 |
Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock has revealed that Town striker Alan Lee is undergoing a medical at Selhurst Park. Palace had a bid of £600,000 accepted for the Irishman earlier in the week, news of the Eagles' interest have first surfaced last week.
|Lambe Wins Cap as Bermuda Thrashed Thu 28th Aug 2008 09:21 |
Academy midfielder Reggie Lambe won his seventh full Bermuda cap overnight as their Digicel Caribbean Cup qualifying campaign got off to a disastrous start with a 4-0 defeat to Antigua and Barbuda in the Cayman Islands.
|Town Target Palace's Watson as Part of Lee De Thu 28th Aug 2008 09:01 |
Crystal Palace midfielder Ben Watson could move to Portman Road as part of the deal which will see Alan Lee join the Eagles, according to one of this morning's tabloids. Lee is widely reported to be closing in on his switch to Selhurst Park.
On Tuesday, 28th August 2007
|No Watford Tickets on Day Tue 28th Aug 2007 16:24 |
Town have announced that there will be no tickets on sale to Blues fans on Saturday at Watford. Supporters will have to buy their seats in advance.
|Laws Denies Link Tue 28th Aug 2007 08:40 |
Sheffield Wednesday manager Brian Laws has denied reports linking him with a move for Town midfielder George O'Callaghan. However, Brighton boss Dean Wilkins has confirmed his interest in the Irishman and team-mate Matt Richards.
On Monday, 28th August 2006
|West Ham Want Ward? Mon 28th Aug 2006 23:58 |
West Ham United are the latest club said to be showing an interest in Bohemians striker Stephen Ward. The Hammers are reported to have had representatives watching Bohs' FAI Cup tie against Shamrock Rovers on Friday along with the Blues and Cardiff City.
|Irish Youngster Called Up Mon 28th Aug 2006 23:55 |
Academy schoolboy Paul Murphy has been called into the Republic of Ireland U16 squad for two friendlies in Croatia next month.
|The Book From Brazil Mon 28th Aug 2006 23:52 |
Town legend Alan Brazil's autobiography There's an Awful Lot of Bubbly in Brazil: The Life and Times of a Bon Viveur is published next Monday.
|Jim Confirms Adebola Link Mon 28th Aug 2006 21:11 |
Boss Jim Magilton has confirmed weekend tabloid reports of his interest in Coventry City striker Dele Adebola. The 31-year-old has also been linked with Leeds United.
|Legwinski Offered Deal Mon 28th Aug 2006 20:52 |
Town have confirmed that trialist Sylvain Legwinski has been offered a contract. Widespread reports over the weekend claimed that the Fulham man would be given the chance to stay at Portman Road.
On Sunday, 28th August 2005
|U18s Defeat Liverpool Sun 28th Aug 2005 21:38 |
Town's U18s did their bit towards making it a superb weekend from a footballing and cricketing perspective as they defeated Liverpool 3-2 at the Merseysiders' Kirkby Academy on Saturday morning. The Blues dominated the first half and were two-up at the break but the home side hit back in the second period.
|Bent Windfall for Town? Sun 28th Aug 2005 20:10 |
Former Blue Darren Bent has been included in the England squad for their World Cup qualifiers against Wales and Northern Ireland next week. Should the striker play in either game, Town will receive further cash on top of the initial £2.5 million fee agreed with Charlton when the 21-year-old moved to the Valley in June.
|Naylor Set to Play Sun 28th Aug 2005 16:43 |
Central defensive linchpin Richard Naylor is expected to be available for Monday's live Sky game at home to Preston North End (Sky Sports One, KO 12.45pm). The Blues have appealed against Naylor's red card at Millwall with video evidence appearing to confirm his innocence.
On Saturday, 28th August 2004
|Joe Praises Backline Sat 28th Aug 2004 22:30 |
Town manager Joe Royle praised his defenders after they racked up their first league clean sheet of the season in the 2-0 win at Rotherham.
|U18s Lose Sat 28th Aug 2004 21:46 |
Town's U18s lost their opening away game of the season 2-0 at Newcastle United.
|Chairman Hits Out Sat 28th Aug 2004 21:35 |
Town chairman David Sheepshanks has hit out at claims that the club had agreed to a deal which would have seen Darren Bent move to Charlton but backed out at the last moment. The Addicks confirmed on Friday their bid was of £3 million.
|Rotherham 0-2 Town Sat 28th Aug 2004 18:53 |
Two Shefki Kuqi goals either side of half-time gave the Blues their first away win of the season at Rotherham. The home side rarely threatened as Town cantered to third place in the Championship table.
|Barnett: Bent Ready Sat 28th Aug 2004 10:05 |
Jonathan Barnett, Darren Bent's agent, says the 20-year-old striker is now ready for Premiership football. When rumours linked Bent with a move to the top division last season, Barnett advised his player that it was too early in his career to leave Portman Road.
On Thursday, 28th August 2003
|Armstrong in Squad Thu 28th Aug 2003 21:29 |
Town manager Joe Royle has recalled striker Alun Armstrong to his squad for Saturday's home clash with West Ham United. Armstrong has impressed in the reserves recently, scoring two goals against Southampton last week.
|First CVA Payments Made Thu 28th Aug 2003 14:27 |
Town have made the first tranch of payments to the creditors who agreed to the Company Voluntary Arrangment (CVA). More than 300 companies and organisations will receive the cash, in most cases a percentage of the figure they were owed when the club went into administration in February.
|Town Wait on Davis Thu 28th Aug 2003 14:04 |
Town may not know whether Kelvin Davis will be fit to face West Ham United until as late as Saturday morning. The keeper's broken finger has improved but manager Joe Royle says he will wait to make a decision on his keeper. If Davis doesn't make it youngster Lewis Price will be handed a debut.
|Blades in for Marshall Thu 28th Aug 2003 13:26 |
Town manager Joe Royle has revealed that Sheffield United have made an enquiry regarding taking unwanted keeper Andy Marshall to Bramall Lane on a permanent basis. Marshall was offered a free transfer at the end of last season.
|Price Right for Joe Thu 28th Aug 2003 10:01 |
Town manager Joe Royle says he will play youngster Lewis Price against West Ham on Saturday if Kelvin Davis fails to recover from his dislocated finger.
|No Loanee Saturday Thu 28th Aug 2003 09:59 |
The Blues appear unlikely to bring in a loan player before the weekend's home game with West Ham. Joe Royle said after Tuesday night's loss at Wigan that he wanted to bring in some new short-term signings.
On Wednesday, 28th August 2002
|Stewart on Way? Wed 28th Aug 2002 23:54 |
TWTD has learnt that the Blues have accepted a bid for striker Marcus Stewart and that he will travel on Thursday to discuss terms with his new club.
|Reuser in Charlton Loan Wed 28th Aug 2002 23:01 |
Town midfielder Martijn Reuser is poised to make a three-month loan move to Charlton Athletic. The Dutchman will play for Town on Thursday in the UEFA Cup qualifying round game with Avenir Beggen in order to prove his fitness to Alan Curbishley.
|Burley on Beggen Game Wed 28th Aug 2002 15:59 |
Town manager George Burley says he expects a similar approach from visitors Avenir Beggen to the one they took in Luxembourg two weeks ago. Then the part-timers frustrated Town with defensive tactics, something Burley hopes his side avoid this time around.
|WBA Still Want Hermann Wed 28th Aug 2002 13:02 |
West Brom boss Gary Megson says he would still welcome Hermann Hreidarsson to the Hawthorns if the Icelander decides to change his mind regarding his £3.3 million move. The defender decided against a switch two weeks ago as he preferred to stay at Portman Road.
|Burley Joins LMA Panel Wed 28th Aug 2002 12:40 |
Town boss George Burley has joined Sir Alex Ferguson, Howard Wilkinson, Dave Bassett and Barry Fry on the League Managers' Association's Performance of the Week panel. The Panel assess managerial performances each week and award a crystal football to the most impressive.
|Squad for Beggen Wed 28th Aug 2002 11:52 |
Town have named their squad for Thursday's UEFA Cup qualifying round second leg game against Avenir Beggen. The Blues go into the tie 1-0 up after the entertainment-free first leg in Luxembourg.
|Le Pen Awaits Papers Wed 28th Aug 2002 09:52 |
Ulrich Le Pen's one-year loan move to Racing Club de Strasbourg is now just awaiting the arrival of his release papers with the Alsace club. Yesterday Le Pen passed his medical, agreed his contract and was even involved in a light training session.
|Fulham Double Bid? Wed 28th Aug 2002 09:26 |
Fulham are reported to be about to renew their interest in Matt Holland and Marcus Bent now that they have qualified for the UEFA Cup. The Londoners qualification for Europe through the Intertoto Cup means Town will start their Worthington Cup campaign in the second round.
|Stewart Sunderland Link Wed 28th Aug 2002 09:01 |
Marcus Stewart is yet again being linked with a move to Peter Reid's Sunderland. All summer the Black Cats have been reported to be after the Town striker, but so far, with no official confirmation.
|Three Return for Beggen Wed 28th Aug 2002 09:00 |
Town will go into Thursday's UEFA Cup qualifying round second leg against Avenir Beggen with three players returning from injury.
|Stewart Mackems Link Wed 28th Aug 2002 08:59 |
Marcus Stewart is yet again being linked with a move to Peter Reid's Sunderland. All summer the Black Cats have been reported to be after the Town striker, but so far, with no official confirmation.
On Tuesday, 28th August 2001
|Gaardsoe Quotes Tue 28th Aug 2001 14:35 |
Town have completed the signing of Dane Thomas Gaardsoe for an undisclosed fee thought to be between £1m and £1.3m. Gaardsoe is a central defender or midfielder, although George Burley sees him more as a defender.
|Gaardsoe Signed Tue 28th Aug 2001 13:44 |
Town are currently holding a press conference thought to be to announce the signing of Thomas Gaardsøe from Aalborg.
|Reserves Squad Tue 28th Aug 2001 11:39 |
Town's reserves are in action for the first time this season when the play Charlton at the Valley tomorrow evening. The game sees Sixto Peralta wear the Town shirt for the first time.
|Burley on Gaardsoe Tue 28th Aug 2001 00:03 |
George Burley has commented on Town's bid for AaB Aalborg defender midfielder Thomas Gaardsoe. Town have bid £1 million for the Danish U21 international, but the Danes are after £1.3 million for one of Denmark's most promising players.