|Shorter Summer Break for Murphy Thu 30th Jun 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy hopes a shorter summer break will help striker Daryl Murphy get back to the form he showed in 2014/15, when he topped scored in the Championship with 27 goals, after a stop-start 2015/16.
|Photos: Town Begin Pre-Season Training Tue 28th Jun 2016|
The Town squad began pre-season in earnest at Playford Road this morning and TWTD’s photographer was there to catch them being put through their paces by manager Mick McCarthy, his assistant Terry Connor and fitness coach Andy Liddell.
|McCarthy: Webster Could Be a Real Star in the Making Tue 28th Jun 2016|
Boss Mick McCarthy believes new signing Adam Webster is “hopefully a real star in the making”. The 21-year-old joined the Blues from Portsmouth earlier in the summer with Matt Clarke and a fee understood to be in the region of £700,000 moving in the opposite direction.
|Squad Return to Playford Road Mon 27th Jun 2016|
The Town squad returned to Playford Road this morning to begin their preparations for their 2016/17 Championship campaign.
|Murphy and Ireland Bow Out of Euros Sun 26th Jun 2016|
Daryl Murphy and the Republic of Ireland bowed out of the European Championships at the last 16 stage after France came from behind to beat them 2-1 in Lyon this afternoon.
|Murphy: Italy Game My Best for Ireland Fri 24th Jun 2016|
Town striker Daryl Murphy believes his performance in Wednesday's 1-0 victory over Italy was his best for the Republic of Ireland. The win saw Ireland through to the last 16 of Euro 2016 where they will face hosts France in Lyon on Sunday (ITV from 1pm, KO 2pm).
|Murphy's Ireland Beat Italy to Reach Last 16 Wed 22nd Jun 2016|
Town striker Daryl Murphy won his 22nd full cap as the Republic of Ireland beat Italy 1-0 to secure a place in the last 16 of Euro 2016.
|Murphy Hoping to Make Euros Debut as Ireland Face Italians Needing Win Wed 22nd Jun 2016|
Blues striker Daryl Murphy is hoping to make his first appearance of Euro 2016 when the Republic of Ireland take on Italy in their final group game in Lille this evening (ITV from 7.15pm, KO 8pm).
|Irish Times Columnist's Town Memorabilia Donated to Murphy’s Old School Sun 19th Jun 2016|
Late Irish Times columnist and Blues supporter Charlie Fell’s Town memorabilia has been donated to the collection at St Paul’s Community College in Waterford, striker Daryl Murphy’s old school.
|Murphy Again Unused Sub as Ireland Lose Sat 18th Jun 2016|
Town striker Daryl Murphy was again an unused sub as the Republic of Ireland were beaten 3-0 by Belgium in their second game at Euro 2016 in Bordeaux this afternoon.
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