|McCarthy Not Sure What to Expect from Blackpool Fri 31st Oct 2014|
Mick McCarthy admits that he doesn’t know quite what to expect from Blackpool under new manager Lee Clark at Bloomfield Road on Saturday. Clark was appointed the Seasiders’ new boss yesterday following Jose Riga’s departure earlier in the week.
|McCarthy Refused to Be Blackmailed into Mings Deal Fri 31st Oct 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says he refused to be “blackmailed” into selling left-back Tyrone Mings to Crystal Palace on deadline day. McCarthy, speaking at last night’s Supporters Club AGM, revealed that the Eagles threatened to end the Blues’ hopes of re-signing Jonny Williams on loan.
|In the Hunt for More Games Fri 31st Oct 2014|
Stephen Hunt has finally made his first start of the season and admits he would ideally like to clock up several more on the trot.
|McGoldrick Could Be Added to Ireland Squad Thu 30th Oct 2014|
Town striker David McGoldrick could be added to the Republic of Ireland squad for next month’s games against Scotland and the USA, manager Martin O’Neill has revealed.
|Murphy: Didzy Has a Lot to Offer Ireland Thu 30th Oct 2014|
Town top scorer Daryl Murphy is looking forward to teaming up with strike partner David McGoldrick at international level with the Republic of Ireland in the near future.
|Strikers in Ireland Squad Wed 29th Oct 2014|
Blues frontmen Daryl Murphy and Conor Sammon have been named in a provisional 36-man Republic of Ireland squad for next month’s Euro 2016 qualifier in Scotland and the home friendly with the USA.
|Smith to Start Against Huddersfield Fri 24th Oct 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that Tommy Smith will come back into the Blues side facing Huddersfield at Portman Road on Saturday with Tyrone Mings suspended having reached five bookings. Jonny Williams and Kevin Bru will be assessed on the day of the game having suffered niggles at Cardiff on Tuesday, but Luke Hyam is back after missing the last two games.
|Chambers Still Keen to Win Irish Caps Thu 23rd Oct 2014|
Luke Chambers is in possession of the relevant passport and paperwork – the rest is up to Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill.
|Cardiff City 3-1 Town Tue 21st Oct 2014|
Town’s undefeated run was halted at eight games as Cardiff came from a goal down to beat the Blues 3-1 at the Cardiff City Stadium. Daryl Murphy put Town ahead with a brilliant strike in the 29th minute, Peter Whittingham equalised with a similarly special effort on 37, before Federico Macheda netted two minutes after the break and Adam Le Fondre added the third on 69.
|Cardiff City 1-1 Town - Half-Time Tue 21st Oct 2014|
Town and Cardiff are drawing 1-1 at half-time, courtesy of stunning strikes from Daryl Murphy and Peter Whittingham.
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