|Fulham Eyeing Ando Mon 27th Apr 2015|
Fulham are keeping tabs on Town midfielder Paul Anderson, TWTD understands.
|McCarthy: A Tough Ask But We Can Win Wed 14th Jan 2015|
Boss Mick McCarthy believes his Ipswich Town side are capable of causing an FA Cup upset when they take on the Premier League’s third-placed side Southampton in tonight’s third round replay at Portman Road (BBC1 from 7.30pm, KO 7.55pm). McCarthy says he saw enough in the Blues’ display in the 1-1 draw at St Mary’s 10 days ago to feel his team is in with a chance.
|McCarthy Looking Forward to Premier League Test Sat 03rd Jan 2015|
Boss Mick McCarthy says he’s pleased that his Town team have an opportunity to take on a Premier League side when they face Southampton at St Mary’s in Sunday afternoon's sell-out FA Cup third round tie. An away following of 5,500 will watch the Blues, who are second in the Championship, come up against the Premier League’s fourth-placed side.
|Ando Hoping to Trigger Extra Year Sat 20th Dec 2014|
No Town player could have a greater incentive to deliver eye-catching displays over the remainder of the season than winger Paul Anderson.
|Ando Out to Get Off the Mark Fri 19th Dec 2014|
He always gives his all in terms of effort and commitment but Paul Anderson is keen to contribute even more to Town’s promotion challenge in the vital months ahead.
|Anderson Out to Beat Last Year's Total Tue 16th Sep 2014|
Town midfielder Paul Anderson has still to break his scoring duck this season but he is determined to beat last term’s five-goal tally in the current campaign.
|McCarthy: Tyrone's Doing Great Wed 27th Aug 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy says he’s happy with the way left-back Tyrone Mings has settled into the season having taken over from Aaron Cresswell following his summer move to West Ham, even if the 21-year-old believes he could be doing better. Cresswell joined the Hammers in July for an initial £3.75 million with the fee potentially rising to £7 million after top-ups.
|Town Depleted for Final Game Fri 02nd May 2014|
Mick McCarthy has a somewhat depleted squad going into Saturday’s final game of the season at home to Sheffield Wednesday (KO 12.15pm). Cole Skuse has joined the likes of Luke Hyam, Paul Anderson, David McGoldrick and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake on the sidelines, but better news is that Anthony Wordsworth has returned from a dead leg.
|More to Come From Anderson Fri 28th Mar 2014|
Town midfielder Paul Anderson agrees there is room for improvement in his own form this season, his first at Portman Road following a swap deal that took Jay Emmanuel-Thomas in the opposite direction to Bristol City.
|Team's Success Makes Up for Lack of Games Fri 10th Jan 2014|
Paul Anderson admits Town’s success this season has compensated for his own lack of game time.
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