|McCarthy Backs "Inspiration" Chambers Sat 24th Sep 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has hailed his skipper Luke Chambers as an “inspiration” and says he will continue to be his right-back, despite fans’ opinions being split on the 30-year-old in that role.
|Williams: It's Great to Be Back Wed 31st Aug 2016|
No sooner had Jonny Williams returned on loan to Town for a fourth time than he was admitting: “I am really excited to be back.”
|Town 1-1 Fulham - Match Report Tue 19th Apr 2016|
Jonas Knudsen scored an injury time equaliser, the Danish international’s first goal for the Blues, as Town drew 1-1 at home with Fulham, Moussa Dembele having put the visitors ahead in the 66th minute.
|Town 0-0 Fulham - Half-Time Tue 19th Apr 2016|
Town’s penultimate home game of the season against Fulham remains 0-0 at half-time.
|Dozzell, Skuse and Pitman Start Tue 19th Apr 2016|
Andre Dozzell is handed his full debut and Cole Skuse and Brett Pitman return to the Town line-up, while Kevin Bru, Kevin Foley and David McGoldrick drop to the bench.
|This Season Can’t End Soon Enough - Notes for Fulham Mon 18th Apr 2016|
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Tuesday’s game by delving into their forums.
|Town Enter Final Straight at Wolves Fri 01st Apr 2016|
Town travel to manager Mick McCarthy’s former club Wolverhampton Wanderers as they move into the final eight games of the season in eighth place in the Championship, four points plus goal difference from the play-offs.
|Fulham 1-2 Town - Match Report Tue 15th Dec 2015|
Freddie Sears and Brett Pitman were on target as Town beat Fulham 2-1 at Craven Cottage to win a fourth away league game on the trot for first time in more than 11 years. Sears netted after 16 seconds as the Blues made an explosive start, before Cottagers’ skipper Ross McCormack equalised with a freekick in the 14th minute, but Pitman secured the points when he turned in Sears’s cross on 57.
|Fulham 1-1 Town - Half-Time Tue 15th Dec 2015|
Freddie Sears scored after 16 seconds to put the Blues in front at Fulham but Cottagers’ skipper Ross McCormack equalised in the 14th minute and the game remains 1-1 at half-time.
|Town Unchanged Again Tue 15th Dec 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has named an unchanged side for the fourth successive game ahead of this evening’s match at Fulham. The Blues are out to win four games on the trot away from home for the first time in more than 11 years.
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