|Season Review - November Fri 29th May 2015|
In the fourth part of a series reflecting on what has been a memorable season, Mullet and HarryfromBath, with the help of some opposition supporters, reflect on a month when we things really gathered momentum after a lacklustre October.
|Season Review - September 2014 Mon 25th May 2015|
In the second part of a series reflecting on what has been a memorable season, Mullet and HarryfromBath, with the help of some opposition supporters, reflect on a month in which our campaign really got into its stride.
|Season Review - August 2014 Fri 22nd May 2015|
In the first part of a series reflecting on what has been a memorable season, Mullet and HarryfromBath turn the clock back to when it all began, looking through their eyes and also those of the opponents we encountered along the way.
|McCarthy Issues Hands-Off Warning Mon 18th May 2015|
Boss Mick McCarthy has issued a hands-off warning to clubs who might be interested in signing the Blues’ prize assets this summer. David McGoldrick, who has told McCarthy he wants to stay to prove a point following his injury problems, and Tyrone Mings were the subject of Premier League offers last season, while 27-goal Championship top scorer Daryl Murphy and Teddy Bishop have also been linked with top flight clubs.
|Berra in Scotland Squad Mon 18th May 2015|
Town centre-half Christophe Berra has been named in the Scotland squad for their friendly against Qatar and Euro 2016 qualifier with the Republic of Ireland next month.
|Norwich City 3-1 Town (4-2 on Aggregate) Sat 16th May 2015|
Town will play Championship football once again in 2015/16 after they were defeated 3-1 by Norwich City in the second leg of their play-off semi-final second leg, having been reduced to 10 men when Christophe Berra was red-carded just after half-time. With first game having ended 1-1 at Portman Road, the tie was turned in the 48th minute when Berra handled Nathan Redmond’s goalbound shot and was dismissed. Hoolahan scored from the spot, Smith equalised for the Blues soon after but goals from Redmond and Cameron Jerome sealed the place at Wembley for the Canaries.
|Norwich 0-0 Town - Half-Time Sat 16th May 2015|
Town and Norwich remain locked at 0-0 at half-time in their Championship play-off semi-final second leg at Carrow Road, the first game at Portman Road having ended 1-1. Daryl Murphy headed an early chance over for the Blues, while Paul Anderson cleared Canaries' s skipper Russell Martin's strike off the line.
|Anderson Only Change for Town Sat 16th May 2015|
Paul Anderson replaces the injured Luke Varney in an otherwise unchanged Town side for today’s play-off semi-final second leg derby at Carrow Road (Sky Sports 1 from midday, KO 12.15pm).
|McCarthy: We've Got Better With Each Game Fri 15th May 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says Town go into Saturday’s Championship play-off semi-final second leg against Norwich City at Carrow Road having improved each time they have faced their deadliest rivals this season (Sky Sports 1, from midday. KO 12.15pm).
|McCarthy: We'll Look After Varney Thu 14th May 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says loanee Luke Varney has been offered the use of the Blues’ medical facilities while he recovers from the ruptured achilles he suffered in last Saturday’s 1-1 Championship play-off semi-final first leg draw with Norwich City. The 32-year-old, who McCarthy plans to talk to about a contract with Town once he's fit, was forced off after 31 minutes and now faces at least six months on the sidelines.
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