|Murphy and Sammon in Irish Squad Tue 23rd Sep 2014|
Strike duo Daryl Murphy and Conor Sammon have been named in a 37-man provisional Republic of Ireland squad ahead of their Euro 2016 qualifiers against Gibraltar and Germany next month.
|Wigan Athletic 1-2 Town Mon 22nd Sep 2014|
Goals from Luke Hyam and Conor Sammon saw the Blues to a 2-1 victory over Wigan Athletic, their first ever win at the DW Stadium. Hyam turned home the opener on 20 and Sammon netted against his old club in the 63rd minute, before Martyn Waghorn set up a nervy finish for Blues supporters when he pulled one back with eight minutes remaining.
|Wigan 0-1 Town - Half-Time Mon 22nd Sep 2014|
Luke Hyam’s 20th minute goal, only his third for the club, sees the Blues leading 1-0 at Wigan at half-time.
|Sammon and Hyam Start Mon 22nd Sep 2014|
Conor Sammon has been handed his second start for the Blues in tonight’s live Sky game away against his old club Wigan, while Luke Hyam also returns to the side.
|McCarthy: Performance Would Be Great But It's Points That Count Mon 22nd Sep 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy would love his players to replicate last season’s excellent performance at Wigan in tonight’s live Sky game, but wouldn’t care if they played poorly as long as they ran out winners (Sky Sports 1/HD1 7.30pm, KO 7.45pm). A year ago the Blues dominated the Latics in the corresponding fixture at the DW Stadium but were beaten 2-0.
|Strike Duo Can Repeat Last Year's Tally Thu 18th Sep 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy believes strike pair Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick are well capable of reproducing the goalscoring form which took the Blues close to the play-offs last season. McGoldrick netted 16 times before his knee injury curtailed his 2013/14 in February, while Murphy scored 13.
|Ireland Scout Guppy Watches McGoldrick Wed 17th Sep 2014|
Republic of Ireland scout Steve Guppy was at Portman Road for last night’s 2-0 victory over Brighton running the rule over Blues striker David McGoldrick, TWTD understands.
|Town 2-0 Brighton Tue 16th Sep 2014|
Second half goals from Jonny Parr and Daryl Murphy saw Town to a 2-0 victory over Brighton at Portman Road. Parr stabbed home a rebound in the 79th minute and Murphy sealed the win two minutes from time.
|Town 0-0 Brighton - Half-Time Tue 16th Sep 2014|
The Blues and Brighton and Hove Albion remain deadlocked at the break at half-time at Portman Road with Daryl Murphy having gone closest to opening the scoring.
|Town Unchanged Against Brighton Tue 16th Sep 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has named the expected unchanged side for this evening’s home game against Brighton.
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