|McCarthy Has Selection Dilemmas for Watford's Visit Fri 07th Nov 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has selection dilemmas ahead of Saturday’s home game against Watford with Jonny Williams, Jonny Parr and Teddy Bishop all back in training after injuries. Only keeper Dean Gerken and midfielder Cole Skuse remain in the treatment room, while Luke Hyam is banned for one game having picked up his fifth booking of the season in the 2-1 victory over Wolves on Tuesday.
|Town Out to Extend Home Run Against Rovers Fri 17th Oct 2014|
Town go into Saturday’s game against Blackburn Rovers looking to record their fourth home win on the trot. The Blues will be without top scorer Daryl Murphy and midfielders Luke Hyam and Teddy Bishop, while loanee Jonny Williams will be assessed in the morning.
|Chambers: Mings Has Limitless Potential Fri 17th Oct 2014|
When it comes to making rapid progress in a relatively short space of time Town skipper Luke Chambers believes man of the moment Tyrone Mings is in a league of his own.
|Town Bosses Were Never In Same Room Tue 07th Oct 2014|
Former Town boss Roy Keane reveals that he, owner Marcus Evans and chief executive Simon Clegg never held a meeting together during his 20 months at the club in his latest autobiography The Second Half, which is already in some shops despite being officially published on Thursday.
|Former Skipper Edwards Facing Surgery Mon 22nd Sep 2014|
Former Blues skipper Carlos Edwards is facing surgery and could be out for the rest of the season after suffering a serious knee injury during Millwall’s 0-0 draw with Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
|Dropped Duo Disappointed But Took It Well Tue 16th Sep 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy says Luke Hyam and Tommy Smith handled being dropped to the bench for Saturday’s game against Millwall “remarkably well”. The duo have been regular starters throughout McCarthy’s time as Blues manager.
|An Evening With George Burley Mon 15th Sep 2014|
Spirit of 78 is staging an Evening with George Burley at the Drum and Monkey following the Blackburn game on Saturday 18th October (6pm). The event, which will raise funds for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation, will also feature Soccer AM’s Franky Fryer.
|Murphy: Millwall Win is Psychological Boost Mon 15th Sep 2014|
Striker Daryl Murphy believes Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Millwall has given the Blues a psychological boost ahead of Tuesday’s second home game in four days against Brighton. Murphy stabbed home Town’s second goal in the 63rd minute, David McGoldrick having opened the scoring in first-half injury time.
|Town 2-0 Millwall Sat 13th Sep 2014|
Strike pair David McGoldrick and Daryl Murphy were on target as the Blues beat Millwall 2-0 at Portman Road. McGoldrick put Town in front in first half injury time and Murphy added the second in the 63rd minute.
|Town 1-0 Millwall - Half-Time Sat 13th Sep 2014|
David McGoldrick netted his second goal of the season in first-half injury time to give the Blues a 1-0 lead against Millwall at half-tie at Portman Road.
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