|Brighton 3-2 Town - Match Report Wed 21st Jan 2015|
Town missed out on the chance to claim the Championship’s top spot as they were beaten 3-2 at Brighton. Sam Baldock put the Seagulls in front in the 18th minute, Daryl Murphy struck back four minutes later with his 18th of the season, but Joao Teixeira struck on 38 and in first-half injury time to make it 3-1 at the break, with Freddie Sears pulling one back with his first Town goal with 12 minutes of the game remaining.
|Brighton 3-1 Town - Half-Time Wed 21st Jan 2015|
Goals from Sam Baldock and two from Joao Teixeira have given Brighton a 3-1 lead over the Blues at half-time, Daryl Murphy having netted his 18th goal of the season for Town. Baldock put the Seagulls in front in the 18th minute, Murphy struck back four minutes later but Teixeira struck on 38 and in injury time to give the home side a commanding lead at the break.
|Town Look to Go Top at Brighton Wed 21st Jan 2015|
Boss Mick McCarthy warns that 20th-placed Brighton will be far from easy opponents as the Blues look to go top of the Championship following Bournemouth's 1-0 defeat at Leeds last night.
|Sears Couldn't Wait to Join Town Wed 21st Jan 2015|
Town new boy Freddie Sears has admitted he could hardly wait for his move to Portman Road to become a reality.
|Sears Happy to Fight for Place Wed 21st Jan 2015|
Freddie Sears is prepared to challenge established strike partners Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick for a place in the Town attack.
|Sears: Better Than I Was at West Ham Wed 21st Jan 2015|
If Freddie Sears is right – he believes he is a better player now than when he was given his Premier League chance as a teenager at West Ham – Town could have landed a real bargain.
|McGoldrick to Miss Brighton Trip Tue 20th Jan 2015|
Striker David McGoldrick is set to miss Wednesday’s visit to Brighton with his knee injury, but is expected to be available for the home game against Wigan a week on Saturday.
|Murph Not the Only Striker to Get Better With Age Tue 20th Jan 2015|
Boss Mick McCarthy says Daryl Murphy isn't the only striker to have improved relatively late on in his career. The 31-year-old is currently enjoying his best ever season, having scored 17 goals, more than anyone else in the Championship.
|Hunt: Quietening Fans Was Key Mon 19th Jan 2015|
Two-goal striker Noel Hunt felt quietening down the Millwall fans with his early goals was key to Town’s 3-1 victory at the Den on Saturday. Hunt, making his first start for the Blues in place of the injured David McGoldrick, netted in the fifth and 14th minutes as Town got off to the perfect start against the struggling Lions.
|McCarthy Delighted With Win on Difficult Day Sat 17th Jan 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy was delighted with the Blues’ 3-1 victory at Millwall on what he felt was a difficult day to face a much-changed Lions side. Noel Hunt scored twice in the first half, then after Magaye Gueye had pulled one back just before half-time, Jonny Parr netted the clincher 13 minutes from time.
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