|Burnley 2-0 Town Sat 04th May 2013|
Second-half goals from Junior Stanislas and Martin Paterson saw Town fall to a 2-0 final day of the season defeat at Burnley. After a dull first half the game, played between two sides with nothing to play for, improved slightly after the break with the Clarets deserving the victory.
|Mings Makes Debut at Burnley Sat 04th May 2013|
Tyrone Mings will make his debut for the Blues in Mick McCarthy’s promised much-changed side at Burnley this afternoon (KO 12.45pm). Academy second-year scholar Jack Marriott is on the bench.
|McCarthy: Players Will Still Want to Win at Burnley Fri 03rd May 2013|
Town boss Mick McCarthy expects his players to show their competitive nature at Burnley on Saturday, despite having secured their Championship place for another season by beating Birmingham last weekend (KO 12.45pm). The Blues manager has promised changes to his team for the final game of the 2012/13 campaign.
|McCarthy Meets Evans For First Summer Chat Fri 03rd May 2013|
Manager Mick McCarthy has confirmed that he spoke to owner Marcus Evans about his plans for the future earlier in the week, as we reported on Wednesday. The Blues boss believes he has the “nucleus” of a team already at the club.
|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.
|Town 3-1 Birmingham Sat 27th Apr 2013|
Carlos Edwards, Luke Chambers and Daryl Murphy were on target as Town finally confirmed their place in the Championship for 2013/14 with a 3-1 home victory over Birmingham. Edwards hammered in a stunning strike in the sixth minute, Chambers headed in the second on 17 and Murphy added the third before Chris Burke pulled one back late on for the visitors.
|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.
|Hewitt in for Stearman Against Birmingham Fri 26th Apr 2013|
Mick McCarthy looks set to make one enforced change for Saturday’s final home game of the season against Birmingham City with Richard Stearman expected to miss out with the hamstring injury he suffered at Sheffield Wednesday. Elliott Hewitt, 18, is set to come in at right-back for his third start for the Blues.
|Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Town Sat 20th Apr 2013|
Jay Tabb scored his first goal for four and a half years as Town drew 1-1 at Sheffield Wednesday as they continued, but were unable to complete, their march to Championship safety. The on-loan Reading man’s knee diverted home a Carlos Edwards long throw in the first half of a scrappy game in which the Owls equalised after the break through Leroy Lita.
|McCarthy Looking for Final Push at Wednesday Fri 19th Apr 2013|
Manager Mick McCarthy returns home to South Yorkshire hoping the Blues will confirm their Championship status once and for all at Sheffield Wednesday. Depending on results elsewhere, Town, who are 13th with 56 points, five from the drop zone, could secure their place in the division for 2013/14 if they beat the Owls.
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