|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.
|Anderson: Town Move a No-Brainer Fri 20th Sep 2013|
Paul Anderson can hardly believe his good fortune after thinking he would start the current campaign in League One with newly-relegated Bristol City.
|Glover Grant Might Have Been a Blue Tue 17th Sep 2013|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that he held talks with Yeovil winger Joel Grant over the summer, but says that deal would only have happened if the swap move involving Paul Anderson and Jay Emmanuel-Thomas had fallen through. Grant, 26, joined the Glovers from Wycombe Wanderers in July having held talks with the Blues manager.
|McCarthy: Anderson Settling In Well Tue 17th Sep 2013|
Manager Mick McCarthy believes winger Paul Anderson is adjusting well to playing a new role with the Blues. The 25-year-old, part of a summer swap deal which saw Jay Emmanuel-Thomas move to Bristol City, has tended to play wider at his previous clubs but McCarthy has asked him to occupy a more tucked in right-sided position.
|Anderson Out to Build on Boro Win Tue 17th Sep 2013|
New boy Paul Anderson says he and his Town team-mates are determined to build on Saturday’s home win over Middlesbrough when newly-promoted Yeovil visit Portman Road this evening.
|Skuse Fine to Face Leeds Fri 23rd Aug 2013|
Manager Mick McCarthy says midfielder Cole Skuse will be fit to take his place in the Town midfield when Leeds visit Portman Road on Saturday afternoon. The 27-year-old was forced off at half-time at QPR last week due to an Achilles’ injury.
|JET: Me and Mick Didn't Click Tue 06th Aug 2013|
Former Blues midfielder Jay Emmanuel-Thomas has admitted that he and boss Mick McCarthy weren’t on the same wavelength when it came to utilising the 22-year-old’s talents during his time with Town. The ex-Arsenal youngster left Portman Road for Bristol City this summer in a swap deal which saw Paul Anderson move the other way.
|No Easy Start for Town at Reading Fri 02nd Aug 2013|
Mick McCarthy admits that facing Reading at the Madejski Stadium is a tough way to start his first full season as Town boss. The Blues go into the opening game of the campaign with injury concerns regarding Aaron Cresswell, Luke Hyam and Anthony Wordsworth.
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