|Smith Starts as All Whites Top Qualification Group Tue 28th Mar 2017|
Centre-half Tommy Smith started and played the full 90 minutes as New Zealand beat Fiji 2-0 in Wellington this morning to confirm their progress through to the next stage of World Cup qualification. Ryan Thomas, who plays for PEC Zwolle in Holland, netted a goal in each half.
|Smith's All Whites Set to Confirm Progress to Next Stage of World Cup Qualification Mon 27th Mar 2017|
Tommy Smith and New Zealand should confirm their progress through to the next phase of World Cup qualification when they take on Fiji in Wellington early tomorrow morning.
|Smith on as Late Sub as All Whites Win Sat 25th Mar 2017|
Town defender Tommy Smith came on as an 88th minute sub as New Zealand beat Fiji 2-0 in Lautoka overnight in the first of two World Cup qualifiers between the sides.
|Bru Skippers as 10-Man Mauritius Lose Fri 24th Mar 2017|
Blues midfielder Kevin Bru skippered Mauritius for the first time but his side were reduced to 10 men early on and fell to a 2-0 defeat away against Comoros in the first leg of their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Mitsamiouli this afternoon.
|Quartet Could Win Caps Fri 24th Mar 2017|
Town quartet Kevin Bru, Tommy Smith, Andre Dozzell and Tristan Nydam could all pick up caps over the next 24 hours.
|Smith Out to Win Over All Whites Fans Thu 23rd Mar 2017|
Town centre-half Tommy Smith is out to prove the doubters among New Zealand fans wrong having returned to the All Whites fold ahead of their World Cup double header against Fiji.
|McGoldrick Out of Irish Squad Mon 20th Mar 2017|
Town striker David McGoldrick has been ruled out of the Republic of Ireland squad for their World Cup qualifier with Wales and their friendly against Iceland during the international break due to a knee injury.
|Patterson Ruled Out of New Zealand World Cup Qualifiers Sun 19th Mar 2017|
Blues youngster Monty Patterson has been forced to pull out of the New Zealand squad facing Fiji in home and away World Cup qualifiers due to a hamstring injury.
|McCarthy: We're in a Relegation Scrap Sat 18th Mar 2017|
Boss Mick McCarthy admitted Town are in a “relegation scrap” following their 3-1 defeat at Cardiff City, the Blues having dropped to 17th, just five points above the relegation zone.
|Cardiff City 3-1 Ipswich Town - Match Report Sat 18th Mar 2017|
Town dropped to 17th, only five points from the relegation zone after Cardiff City came from behind to beat them 3-1 at the Cardiff City Stadium. Skipper Luke Chambers headed the Blues into a 23rd minute lead but Kenneth Zohore equalised for Cardiff on 36, then put the home side in front five minutes after the break before Joe Bennett added the third in the 63rd minute with Town never looking like they would get back in it.
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