|Mings, Skuse and Hunt Should All Make Brentford Trip Mon 22nd Dec 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy expects Tyrone Mings, Cole Skuse and Noel Hunt to be fine to make the Boxing Day trip to Brentford but Luke Hyam will again miss out
|McCarthy: Two Bits of Real Quality Sat 20th Dec 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy felt two moments of quality saw the Blues to a 2-0 victory in what otherwise was a “tough, tough game” at home to fellow promotion contenders Middlesbrough. Daryl Murphy and Jay Tabb netted the goals in the first half.
|McCarthy: It Would Take An Astronomical Bid Sat 20th Dec 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says it would take an “astronomical bid” for one of his players to move on during the January transfer window. The Blues manager is happy with his promotion-chasing squad and is keen to keep them together for the remainder of the campaign.
|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.
|Town Could Claim Christmas Top Spot Fri 19th Dec 2014|
Town go into Saturday’s home game against Middlesbrough with an outside chance of being top of the Championship on Christmas Day for the first time in a decade. The fourth-placed Blues are only a point behind Boro, who are second behind leaders Bournemouth on goal difference.
|Charity Auction Ends Sunday Sat 13th Dec 2014|
Bidding in the West Suffolk Hospital Charity Christmas Auction, which boasts an array of fantastic Town lots, ends on Sunday night.
|Bolton Wanderers 0-0 Town - Match Report Sat 13th Dec 2014|
Town dropped to fourth in the Championship after drawing 0-0 with Bolton Wanderers at the Macron Stadium. After an evenly balanced first half in which the home side had the better opportunities, the Blues - who had scored in each of their last 16 games - were on top for much of the second period with Jay Tabb twice going close to breaking the deadlock.
|Bolton Wanderers 0-0 Town - Half-Time Sat 13th Dec 2014|
Town and Bolton Wanderers remain locked at 0-0 at the break at the Macron Stadium. Daryl Murphy went closest for the Blues, curling a shot just past the post.
|Blues Visit Bolton Chasing Fourth Away Win Fri 12th Dec 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy is looking for his second-placed Town side to record their fourth away win of the season at Bolton on Saturday, but admits that he wouldn’t be too unhappy with a draw against the resurgent Trotters. The Blues will go top of the Championship for the first time since the opening day of the 2011/12 season if they beat Bolton and leaders Derby fail to win away against fourth-placed Middlesbrough.
|Smith Can't Wait to Face Gudjohnsen Fri 12th Dec 2014|
Tommy Smith is looking forward to coming up against experienced striker Eidur Gudjohnsen at Bolton this weekend, the Icelandic international having returned to his first English club after a 14-year absence.
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