On Sunday, 25th October 2015
|Nottingham Forest 1-1 Ipswich Town - Highlights Sun 25th Oct 2015 11:21 |
See the highlights from Ipswich's 1-1 draw at Forest from Town's official YouTube account.
On Saturday, 25th October 2014
|McCarthy: Fortunate to Get a Point Sat 25th Oct 2014 18:30 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy admitted that the Blues may have been fortunate to claim a point from their 2-2 draw with Huddersfield, despite having been two goals in front. The Blues manager called on fans to get behind his side following an angry exchange with supporters behind the dug-out at the final whistle.
|Town 2-2 Huddersfield Sat 25th Oct 2014 17:16 |
Huddersfield came from two goals down to draw 2-2 with the Blues at Portman Road. Tommy Smith put Town ahead in the 21st minute, Christophe Berra made it 2-0 on 55 but Nahki Wells pulled one back via a contentious 70th minute penalty and then equalised eight minutes from time.
|Ipswich Town 2-2 Huddersfield Town - Player Ratings and Reports Sat 25th Oct 2014 17:00 |
Another two points lost but how would you rate the players' performances if you saw the match?
|Town 1-0 Huddersfield - Half-Time Sat 25th Oct 2014 15:57 |
Tommy Smith’s 21st minute goal has given the Blues a rather fortunate 1-0 lead against Huddersfield at half-time at Portman Road.
|Ipswich Town v Huddersfield Town - Chatroom Open Sat 25th Oct 2014 14:40 |
If you're not at Portman Road this afternoon, join us in the chatroom and chat with fellow Town fans.
|Smith, Bishop and Hyam Start Sat 25th Oct 2014 14:33 |
Tommy Smith, Teddy Bishop and Luke Hyam return to the Town side facing Huddersfield this afternoon in place of Jonny Williams and Kevin Bru, who had been suffering with knocks, and the suspended Tyrone Mings.
|McCarthy Expecting Good Reaction Sat 25th Oct 2014 06:00 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy says it’s “nailed on” that he’ll get a good reaction from his players following Tuesday’s 3-1 defeat at Cardiff City. The Blues face Huddersfield Town at Portman Road today looking to get back to winning ways.
|McCarthy: Happy With Current Position Sat 25th Oct 2014 06:00 |
Boss Mick McCarthy says he’s well aware that Town have gone from being billed as a side who have gone eight games without defeat, to one without a win in four, but says he's happy enough with his team's current situation.
On Friday, 25th October 2013
|Trust Running Ipswich Goalkeeping Centre Fri 25th Oct 2013 15:55 |
The ITFC Charitable Trust is looking for U9s to U17s goalkeepers for their Goalkeeping Development Centre at Whitton Sports and Community Centre starting on Friday 8th November.
|Wark, Brazil, Milton and Many More on Life's a Pitch Fri 25th Oct 2013 14:43 |
John Wark, Alan Brazil and Simon Milton are amongst a host of stars on BBC Radio Suffolk’s Life’s a Pitch, which is live over Saturday lunchtime (midday to 2pm). Mark Murphy is joined by the show’s other regulars, legend-in-residence Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham, who will be at Bolton ahead of the game.
|This is Our Worst Team Since the Phil Neal Days – Notes for Bolton Fri 25th Oct 2013 13:00 |
"I was truly shocked at how we were both lacklustre and devoid of a game plan, even compared to last season. There has been a marked downturn in our performance", "I've had it with Dougie. I wanted him to do well, but he's not got it and we cannot afford to wait".
|Italian Branch Launch Polo Shirts Fri 25th Oct 2013 11:14 |
The Italian Branch of the Supporters Club have launched their own collection of old style polo shirts with 10% of the price going to the ITFC Charitable Trust.
|McCarthy Linked With FAI Talks Fri 25th Oct 2013 09:52 |
Former Celtic and Sunderland boss Martin O’Neill held talks with FAI headhunters Ray Houghton and Ruud Dokter earlier this week with Blues boss Mick McCarthy due to speak to them next week, according to reports in Ireland.
|Skuse Hoping "Best Boss" Stays Fri 25th Oct 2013 06:02 |
Town midfielder Cole Skuse has admitted the speculation linking boss Mick McCarthy with a return to his former job as manager of the Republic of Ireland has been a major talking point among the playing staff.
|Skuse: We're Playing Some Great Stuff Fri 25th Oct 2013 06:01 |
Despite winning just one of their last five games new midfielder Cole Skuse believes some of Town’s play would not have looked out of place on the biggest stage of all, the Champions League.
|McCarthy After Same as Last Year at Bolton Fri 25th Oct 2013 06:00 |
Town visit Bolton Wanderers on Saturday still looking for their first away win of the season, however, manager Mick McCarthy believes there’s no lack of self-belief in his squad, who won last year's corresponding fixture 2-1.
|Marriott Could Go Out on Loan Fri 25th Oct 2013 06:00 |
Boss Mick McCarthy says he’d be willing to allow 19-year-old striker Jack Marriott to go out on loan to gain experience if a club wants him. First-year pro Marriott has been on the bench for the first team recently but is yet to add to his debut sub appearance on the final day of last season at Burnley.
On Thursday, 25th October 2012
|Shearer Also in Barbados Thu 25th Oct 2012 23:40 |
Ex-England skipper Alan Shearer is currently on holiday in Barbados, according to the Daily Mail, the same Caribbean island where Blues owner Marcus Evans has been this week. Earlier this evening, TWTD revealed that Shearer had been interviewed for the vacant position as Town manager.
|Venus Fancies Town Job Thu 25th Oct 2012 22:58 |
TWTD understands that former Blue Mark Venus is amongst those to have expressed an interest in taking the helm at Portman Road. The 45-year-old is currently the assistant to his former Blues team-mate Tony Mowbray at Middlesbrough.
|Thorsteinsson With Iceland Thu 25th Oct 2012 19:54 |
Second-year academy scholar Gunnar Thorsteinsson is away with Iceland’s U19 squad for European Championships qualifying group games in Croatia.
|Town Interview Shearer Thu 25th Oct 2012 19:28 |
TWTD understands that former England skipper Alan Shearer has been interviewed for the position of Town manager. The ex-striker’s only previous managerial experience was eight games as boss at Newcastle United at the end of the 2008/09 season.
|Hutchings Not Thinking Beyond Saturday Thu 25th Oct 2012 17:46 |
Caretaker-boss Chris Hutchings says he’s not thinking about being in charge beyond Saturday’s game at home to Sheffield Wednesday, but admits that Town is a “fantastic club” where anyone in football would want to work.
|Butcher Dismisses Link Thu 25th Oct 2012 16:20 |
Blues legend Terry Butcher says he knows nothing about speculation that he has spoken to Town regarding the management position vacated by Paul Jewell yesterday.
|Naked Podcast Now Online Thu 25th Oct 2012 16:03 |
You can now hear this week's Naked Football Show on ICR FM's Listen Again facility, on an MP3 and via iTunes. Hosts Graham Blackburn and David James are joined by Gerry Barker to assess Paul Jewell’s Town exit.
|Edwards Sad to See Jewell Leave Thu 25th Oct 2012 15:12 |
Skipper Carlos Edwards was sad to see Paul Jewell move on but says he and the rest of the squad are right behind caretaker-boss Chris Hutchings ahead of Saturday’s game at home to Sheffield Wednesday.
|Hutchings Disappointed But Focused on Saturday Thu 25th Oct 2012 14:36 |
Caretaker-manager Chris Hutchings says he was disappointed that boss Paul Jewell’s time at Town was brought to an end yesterday, but has his mind firmly fixed on Saturday’s home game against Sheffield Wednesday.
|Jewell Says Goodbyes Thu 25th Oct 2012 14:22 |
Departing Blues boss Paul Jewell said his goodbyes at Portman Road this morning, still frustrated that things didn’t work out for him at Town. The Liverpudlian’s time as manager of the Blues was ended by mutual consent on Wednesday.
|Burley Interested in Old Job Thu 25th Oct 2012 10:32 |
Former boss George Burley has confirmed that he will be applying for his old job at Portman Road. The 56-year-old Scot took the Blues into the Premier League and then the UEFA Cup in a successful spell in charge between 1994 and 2002.
|Club Trio Face Fans' Questions Thu 25th Oct 2012 04:00 |
More than 100 fans attended the Supporters Club AGM on Wednesday evening when chief executive Simon Clegg, academy director Bryan Klug and academy sponsorship and player liaison manager Simon Milton took questions from the floor. The questioning was at times combative but not overly unfriendly despite the protests aimed at Clegg at the previous night’s game.
On Tuesday, 25th October 2011
|Fans Welcome at Arsenal Friendly Tue 25th Oct 2011 15:58 |
Next Tuesday’s reserves friendly against Arsenal at Town’s Playford Road training ground will be open to the public (KO midday). The Blues withdrew from the Football Combination at the end of last season and are playing only friendlies this year, most of them behind closed doors.
|Stockdale Not Ruling Out Longer Term Stay Tue 25th Oct 2011 14:20 |
On-loan Town keeper David Stockdale hasn’t totally ruled out joining the Blues on a permanent basis when his current spell is up at the end of the season. The 26-year-old signed a new contract with parent club Fulham taking him up to 2015 in July, the same day as he joined Town on a season-long loan.
|Mariner to Take Lambe to Toronto Tue 25th Oct 2011 13:53 |
Released Town winger Reggie Lambe is set to join Blues legend Paul Mariner at MLS side Toronto FC. Bermudian international Lambe left Portman Road at the end of last season.
|Tenerife Target Pablo Tue 25th Oct 2011 09:28 |
Ex-Blues striker Pablo Couñago could be on the verge of joining Tenerife, who play in the Segunda División B, the third tier of Spanish football, having been released by Town at the end of last season.
|Bullard Confirms Dash to Ground Tue 25th Oct 2011 08:53 |
Midfielder Jimmy Bullard has confirmed that he was forced to abandon his car and run the final stretch of his journey to Portman Road ahead of Saturday’s game against Crystal Palace. Surprised listeners to Radio Suffolk’s Life’s a Pitch spotted Bullard making a dash through the crowds having left his car behind him due to the more than usually heavy traffic around the ground.
On Monday, 25th October 2010
|Win Tickets for Millwall This Weekend Mon 25th Oct 2010 14:50 |
How do you fancy winning a pair of tickets for the Millwall match on Saturday? We’ve got four pairs to give away but you have to be quick!
|Keane Targeting Fifth Loanee Mon 25th Oct 2010 12:25 |
Boss Roy Keane has revealed that that the Blues are talking to a number of clubs regarding a potential fifth loan signing. Keane feels that one area of his squad is short of cover, having previously indicated that he could look for an additional striker.
|Keane: We Must Learn to Start More Quickly Mon 25th Oct 2010 08:57 |
Boss Roy Keane says his side must learn to start matches more quickly after another disappointing first half at Nottingham Forest on Saturday. The Blues, who have scored only once in the first period in the league this season, were two goals behind at the break, as they had been at Watford on Tuesday.
On Sunday, 25th October 2009
|McAuley Out for a Fortnight Sun 25th Oct 2009 17:24 |
Roy Keane says central defender Gareth McAuley could be out of action for two weeks after picking up a thigh injury in the first half of Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Plymouth. The Northern Irishman was replaced by Alex Bruce for the last 65 minutes of the game.
|Dozzell Coaching Kids Sun 25th Oct 2009 17:04 |
Former Blue Jason Dozzell is holding a two-day coaching course for youngsters aged 5-to-14 at Ransomes Sports Club on Tuesday and Wednesday this week (10am to 3pm). The ex-England U21 international is looking for talented players to join the Jason Dozzell Advanced Soccer School.
|Keane Happy With Point Sun 25th Oct 2009 00:13 |
Boss Roy Keane was happy to take a point away from Town’s visit to Plymouth having gone behind in the first half. Argyle manager Paul Sturrock says he will consider appealing against Darcy Blake’s red card.
On Saturday, 25th October 2008
|Plymouth Argyle 1-3 Town Sat 25th Oct 2008 18:42 |
Owen Garvan scored twice and Kevin Lisbie once as the Blues defeated Plymouth 3-1 at Home Park. Craig Cathcart scored for the Pilgrims, while David Norris was shown the softest of soft red cards in the closing moments.
|Trotter Scores for Grimsby Sat 25th Oct 2008 08:47 |
On-loan midfielder Liam Trotter netted his first goal for Grimsby Town during the Mariners' 3-1 home defeat to 10-man Bradford City on Friday night. Trotter recently extended his spell for a second month.
On Thursday, 25th October 2007
|Bowden: No Cash For Fees Thu 25th Oct 2007 22:19 |
Chief executive Derek Bowden says he doubts manager Jim Magilton will have any cash to spend on fees during the January transfer window. However, this doesn't completely rule out new additions the squad.
|TWTD Podcast Update Thu 25th Oct 2007 17:30 |
Last night's N*ked Football Show has been added to our podcast, so if you missed it you can download and listen to it for free.
|Win a Scarf! Thu 25th Oct 2007 16:38 |
Savile Rogue have offered TWTD readers the chance to win a high quality cashmere football scarf.
|Naylor Close to Return Thu 25th Oct 2007 11:59 |
Central defender Richard Naylor says he is closing in on a return to first team football. Naylor has been out of action since last season due to a toe problem which eventually required surgery in the summer.
|Local Consortium Being Formed Thu 25th Oct 2007 09:01 |
TWTD has learnt that several local businesspeople have recently been approached regarding the formation of a consortium to take control of the club. Mystery surrounds the identity of the party behind the move with the club unaware of the developments.
On Wednesday, 25th October 2006
|Lucketti Link Denied Wed 25th Oct 2006 15:50 |
Boss Jim Magilton has denied that Sheffield United's Chris Lucketti is amongst his loan targets. Earlier today newspaper reports linked the 35-year-old with a short-term move to Portman Road.
|Lucketti on Loan? Wed 25th Oct 2006 12:46 |
Sheffield United centre-half Chris Lucketti is reported to be the player Jim Magilton is hopeful of signing on loan by the end of the week. The 35-year-old has been out of favour at Bramall Lane since the Blades' promotion to the Premiership.
|Czech Out Time Wed 25th Oct 2006 11:54 |
Town are taking ex-Fulham keeper Jaroslav Drobný on trial with a view to the former Czech Republic U21 international joining as short-term cover for the injured Lewis Price. The Wales full cap is out for at least three matches with a broken rib.
|Murphy Scores for Ireland Wed 25th Oct 2006 11:17 |
Academy striker Paul Murphy scored as the Republic of Ireland U16 A side lost 2-1 to Northern Ireland in Dublin last night.
|Macken Out Wed 25th Oct 2006 11:07 |
Striker Jon Macken will miss the games with Luton and Plymouth due to the hamstring injury he sustained at Southend on Saturday. A scan has shown that the loanee from Crystal Palace has only a minor strain.
|Jim Continues Search Wed 25th Oct 2006 10:54 |
Town manager Jim Magilton is continuing his search for loan players ahead of Sunday's home game with Luton. The Northern Irishman has spoken to virtually every Premiership boss as he looks to add to his squad.
On Tuesday, 25th October 2005
|Norwegian in Reserves Tue 25th Oct 2005 14:24 |
Norwegian trialist Vemund Brekke Skard was in a Town reserves side which lost 1-0 to Spurs in a friendly at Playford Road on Tuesday afternoon. The Blues fielded a strong side including Sam Parkin, Dean Bowditch, Dean McDonald and Jaime Peters.
|Westy on Way Back Tue 25th Oct 2005 11:29 |
Midfielder Ian Westlake is expected to get back into full training on Thursday and hopes to be back in contention for next week's match at Derby County. The 21-year-old injured his ankle in training last month.
|Holland Linked Again Tue 25th Oct 2005 09:45 |
A national newspaper claims that Town continue to be interested in taking former captain Matt Holland on loan. Holland was recently reported to be keen on returning to Portman Road for a short spell but subsequently said he had been misquoted.
|Bowditch Set for Sale? Tue 25th Oct 2005 09:22 |
Boss Joe Royle says he is considering selling a player in January in order to bring in loan signings. Yesterday's reports linking Dean Bowditch with a £1 million move to West Ham has led to speculation that the 19-year-old could be the man sacrificed.
On Monday, 25th October 2004
|Westy: Back to My Best Mon 25th Oct 2004 10:51 |
Midfielder Ian Westlake says he is back to his best form after a slow start to the season. Westlake asked to be left out of a recent England U21 squad as he needed a rest, a decision which he says has paid dividends.
|U18s Lose to Fulham Mon 25th Oct 2004 10:38 |
Town's U18s lost 5-2 at Fulham on Saturday morning. The side was weaker than usual due to injuries to the likes of Billy Clarke and call-ups to the reserves who face Southampton at Portman Road on Monday night.
On Saturday, 25th October 2003
|Hammers Beat U19s Sat 25th Oct 2003 23:11 |
Town's U19s were defeated 3-1 by West Ham at the Playford Road Training Centre on Saturday morning.
|Joe: Town Tired Sat 25th Oct 2003 23:02 |
Town boss Joe Royle felt his side suffered from too much travelling during their 1-1 draw with Preston at Deepdale.
|Preston NE 1-1 Town Sat 25th Oct 2003 18:09 |
Town's run of wins, five in a row before today, came to an end with a hard-fought draw against Preston at Deepdale. The home side had the best of the first half and went ahead through David Healy but a better Town came out in the second half and Pablo Couñago's penalty levelled the scores.
On Friday, 25th October 2002
|Squad for Gillingham Fri 25th Oct 2002 16:41 |
Jim Magilton, Marcus Bent and Thomas Gaardsøe are all missing from the squad which faces Gillingham at Portman Road on Saturday. Bent and Gaardsøe have back injuries while Magilton is not over his hamstring problem.
|Troussier Admits Contact Fri 25th Oct 2002 15:11 |
Former Japan manager Philippe Troussier has admitted that he held talks with Town over the vacant manager's position. However, the Frenchman says he will not take up any managerial post until early next year.
|Marcus Injury Concern Fri 25th Oct 2002 14:35 |
Marcus Bent has been suffering from a minor back problem in recent games, but it isn't considered to be serious.
|Royle to Meet With Board? Fri 25th Oct 2002 11:49 |
Reports today indicate that Joe Royle may be set to meet with the Town board on Sunday afternoon. The former Manchester City manager admitted his interest in the job yesterday and is understood to be on a shortlist of three.
|Nash in Irish Action Fri 25th Oct 2002 10:44 |
Academy defender Gerard Nash has been in action this week for Ireland at the U17 European Championship. Unfortunately all has not gone to plan for the Irish in a tournament which they are hosting.
|Miller Happy at Orient Fri 25th Oct 2002 10:28 |
Town's South African centre-half Justin Miller says he is enjoying his loan spell at Leyton Orient. The reserve team captain is in his second month at Brisbane Road.
|Who Is The Third Man? Fri 25th Oct 2002 10:20 |
The race for the job as Town manager now appears to have just three runners, caretaker-manager Tony Mowbray, Joe Royle and one other candidate. Both Royle and Mowbray have made it clear they want the job while the number of fellow contenders has gradually been reduced.
On Thursday, 25th October 2001
|Frenchman Linked Thu 25th Oct 2001 10:21 |
Town are reported to be watching Belgian club Royal Charleroi's 23-year-old French midfielder Christian Negouai.
|Stewart on Win Thu 25th Oct 2001 10:13 |
Marcus Stewart says he's much more cheery after scoring two goals in last night's 3-3 draw at Southampton. The striker has been frustrated lately and made at least one unhappy statement to the press.
|Southampton 3 - 3 Town Thu 25th Oct 2001 01:46 |
Town drew their fourth consecutive match as the Blues twice came from two goals down to end the game 3-3. It was an exciting encounter with the home side looking like they would score with every attempt, and a return to last year's form in the second half for Town.
On Wednesday, 25th October 2000
|Town to Move for Mullins Wed 25th Oct 2000 19:52 |
Town manager George Burley may be interested to discover that long-time Town target Hayden Mullins has been transfer-listed by his club Crystal Palace. England U21 international Mullins has been transfer-listed by manager Alan Smith along with Jamie Smith and Clinton Morrison for an alleged breach of discipline. Town have been linked with Mullins on several occasions over the last year or so with the link particularly strong in the close season prior to 99/00. His availability may raise the Burley eyebrow, although the background to his listing may put the Town manager off. He's never been that keen on troublemakers has he?
|Scowy Leicester Link Wed 25th Oct 2000 16:51 |
James Scowcroft is claimed to be a target of Leicester City in reports today. The Town striker or midfielder has been admired by Peter Taylor since his days as under 21 manager when he gave Scowcroft more than the odd run-out. Taylor was reported to be at the reserve game with Arsenal last Wednesday and may see the Stanton-based player as an ideal replacement for Stan Collymore who is set to end leave Leicester after another bust-up. Town manager George Burley said of the story: "We are not looking to sell good players, we are looking to add to the squad."
|West Ham 0-1 Reserves Wed 25th Oct 2000 06:53 |
West Ham reserves report supplied by Message Board regular Wanstead Blue (many thanks). Unfortunately he missed some of the first half, however the majority of the action took place in the second in any case.
On Monday, 25th October 1999
|Walsall Packed Mon 25th Oct 1999 12:30 |
Town grabbed another important three points with a late Richard Naylor winner at the Bescot. The ginger striker netted in the fourth minute of injury time to give Town a 1-0 victory.