|Bosses Set for Further Meetings Mon 20th May 2013|
Town manager Mick McCarthy and owner Marcus Evans are set to continue their meetings regarding the budget and their plans for the new season in the next few days. We understand the pair met last week, having previously held talks in the days after the Blues confirmed their Championship status.
|McCarthy: Summer Recruitment Key Mon 06th May 2013|
Manager Mick McCarthy says this summer’s player recruitment will be crucial if Town are to challenge at the right end of the table in 2013/14. The Blues ended this season’s successful battle against relegation with a 2-0 defeat at Burnley on Saturday.
|McCarthy Impressed By Marriott Wed 01st May 2013|
Boss Mick McCarthy says he’s been impressed with Academy Player of the Year Jack Marriott. The 18-year-old has netted 26 goals for the U18s and U21s this season and is one of five second-year scholars to have been rewarded with the offer of a one-year professional contract.
|Tabb Set to Stay With Town Mon 29th Apr 2013|
Jay Tabb looks set to become one of this summer’s first permanent additions to the squad with the Blues having offered the on-loan midfielder a contract, we understand. Recently manager Mick McCarthy said he had spoken to the 29-year-old and was keen to keep him at Portman Road.
|McCarthy: Hyam Has Got Better and Better Sat 27th Apr 2013|
Mick McCarthy has paid tribute to the progress made by Luke Hyam since he came to the club in November, the boss having picked the 21-year-old as the winner of this season’s Most Improved Player award. The Town manager sees players such as Hyam as the core around which his team will be built going forward.
|Game-Changing Challenge Fri 19th Apr 2013|
Boss Mick McCarthy has hailed Richard Stearman’s first half challenge on Crystal Palace left-back Jonathan Parr as a game-changing moment during Tuesday’s 3-0 home victory over the Eagles. The on-loan Wolves man made the very firm but fair challenge on the Norwegian in the 25th minute of the game midway inside the Blues half with the Palace man leaving the field due to injury soon afterwards.
|McCarthy Chasing Vital Three Points Tue 16th Apr 2013|
The Blues go into tonight’s home game against Crystal Palace looking for the three points which manager Mick McCarthy expects will be enough to guarantee Championship football during 2013/14. Town currently sit in 17th place on 53 points, four from the drop zone with four matches left to play.
|Town 1-2 Hull City Sat 13th Apr 2013|
Town’s run of five games unbeaten without conceding a goal came to an end as Premier League-bound Hull City left Portman Road with a 2-1 victory. The Tigers were on top in the first half and went ahead from the spot through Robbie Brady after Guirane N’Daw had fouled David Meyler. Town were the better team after the break, sub Anthony Wordsworth grabbing his first goal for the Blues but Robert Koren headed a late winner for the visitors.
|Two Changes For Blues Sat 13th Apr 2013|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has made two changes from the side which started last Saturday’s 1-0 win at Derby with Michael Chopra replacing the unavailable David McGoldrick and Guirane N’Daw coming in for Andy Drury.
|Mclean Still Has Chance to Impress Sat 13th Apr 2013|
Boss Mick McCarthy says David McGoldrick’s unavailability during the final weeks of the season could give loanee Aaron Mclean a chance to impress. The 29-year-old, who is ineligible for today’s game against his parent club Hull City, has been told he can find a new club at the end of the season by Tigers boss Steve Bruce.
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