|Taylor Starts And Hyam Could Return at Boro Fri 07th Mar 2014|
Manager Mick McCarthy has confirmed that striker Paul Taylor will keep his place up front at Middlesbrough on Saturday but the Blues boss may be weighing up changes elsewhere in his side with Luke Hyam and new loanee Jonny Williams available after hamstring injuries.
|Town 0-0 Blackpool Sat 15th Feb 2014|
Returning keeper Scott Loach made three important saves from Blackpool midfielder Faris Haroun as the Blues and Seasiders drew a blank at Portman Road. Top scorer David McGoldrick headed disappointing Town's best opportunity wide in the ninth minute with Loach thwarting Haroun twice in the first half and once late on in the second.
|Town 0-0 Blackpool - Half-Time Sat 15th Feb 2014|
David McGoldrick came close to opening the scoring early on but keeper Scott Loach has made a couple of important saves with Town’s home game with Blackpool goalless at half-time.
|Loach Starts for Injured Gerken Sat 15th Feb 2014|
Scott Loach comes in for his first league start since August and Paul Green makes his full debut as the Blues face Blackpool at home. Luke Hyam returns to the starting line-up after his gashed leg, while Sylvan Ebanks-Blake is on the bench having recovered from his hamstring injury.
|Listen Now: Lee, De Vos and Crawford On Life's a Pitch Sat 15th Feb 2014|
Alan Lee, Jason de Vos and Ray Crawford are the star guests on Life’s a Pitch, which is live over Saturday lunchtime on Radio Suffolk (midday to 2pm). Mark Murphy joined by legend-in-residence Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham.
|Lee and De Vos On Life's a Pitch Fri 14th Feb 2014|
Alan Lee and Jason de Vos are the star guests on Life’s a Pitch, which is live over Saturday lunchtime on Radio Suffolk (midday to 2pm). Mark Murphy joined by legend-in-residence Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham.
|Connor: Win at Blackpool Was Significant Fri 14th Feb 2014|
Town’s 3-2 win at Blackpool in November played an important part in the Blues’ season, according to assistant boss Terry Connor. Having been 1-0 down and playing poorly at the break, Town successfully switched to a three-man frontline and staged a dramatic turnaround and should have had the game won well before Daryl Murphy’s last-gasp winner.
|Hyam and Ebanks-Blake in Squad Facing Blackpool Fri 14th Feb 2014|
Midfielder Luke Hyam and striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake are back in the Town squad for Saturday’s home game against Blackpool. Hyam has been out of action since suffering a gashed leg at Millwall a month ago, while Ebanks-Blake injured a hamstring in the FA Cup third round tie against Preston at Portman Road, his only appearance for the Blues so far.
|The Calm Following The Storm - Notes for Blackpool Fri 14th Feb 2014|
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday's game by delving into their forums.
|McCarthy: Ollie's Inheriting a Decent Squad at Millwall Fri 17th Jan 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy believes new Millwall manager Ian Holloway has inherited a decent squad even if the Lions are currently fourth from bottom of the Championship. The Blues travel to the Den - where McCarthy began his management career - looking for their first win for five games.
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