|Town 0-0 Wigan - Match Report Sat 31st Jan 2015|
Town and Wigan played out a disappointing 0-0 draw at a snowy Portman Road. Jay Tabb had the best chance for the Blues in the first half, while David McGoldrick and sub Freddie Sears had opportunities after the break, but overall a goalless draw was a fair reflection of a drab game.
|Town 0-0 Wigan - Half-Time Sat 31st Jan 2015|
Town and Wigan remain level at 0-0 at half-time at a snowy Portman Road.
|Wigan Still a Threat Despite Struggles Fri 30th Jan 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy warns that Saturday’s opponents Wigan Athletic will still be a threat, despite the Latics' current position of second-bottom of the Championship, eight points from safety.
|Former Academy Striker Helping Young Players to Find US Scholarships Wed 28th Jan 2015|
Former Town academy striker Liam Barrett has set up a company which helps young footballers find scholarships at US colleges.
|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.
|McCarthy Could Use Three-Man Backline Again Tue 20th Jan 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says the 3-5-2 system the Blues switched to during the second half of last week’s FA Cup defeat to Southampton is one he could use again at some stage.
|Striker Wood Linked Again Sun 18th Jan 2015|
Town are again reported to be showing interest in Leicester striker Chris Wood, who the Foxes are said to be willing to allow to leave on loan.
|McCarthy: Ollie's Voice Will Be Echoing In Their Ears Fri 16th Jan 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy expects the Millwall players will have Lions manager Ian Holloway’s voice ringing in their ears as they look to end their recent disastrous run of form by beating the Blues at the Den on Saturday.
|Tabb Delighted to Have Stayed at Town Fri 16th Jan 2015|
Jay Tabb has emphasised his desire to stay with Town, even when a pre-season chat with manager Mick McCarthy left him with the option to move elsewhere.
|Town 0-1 Southampton - Match Report Wed 14th Jan 2015|
Shane Long’s 19th minute goal was enough to see Southampton to a 1-0 FA Cup third round replay over the Blues at Portman Road. Town never looked like getting back into the game against an impressive Saints outfit, who now face Crystal Palace at home in round four.
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