|Town Out to End Goalless Run Against Championship Leaders Huddersfield Fri 30th Sep 2016|
The Blues face Championship leaders Huddersfield Town on Saturday afternoon looking to end a run of three successive games without a goal. Goalless home draws against Aston Villa and on Tuesday night Brighton sandwiched a 1-0 loss at Leeds United last Saturday.
|Chambers: Best Can Be Our Main Man Tue 27th Sep 2016|
Luke Chambers believes Town new boy Leon Best – set to make his full debut against Brighton at Portman Road tonight – can plug the gap caused by Daryl Murphy’s move to Newcastle in the summer transfer window.
|McCarthy: Brighton a Huge Test Tue 27th Sep 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says tonight’s opponents Brighton and Hove Albion will be a “huge test” for his side with the third-placed Seagulls full of confidence having won their last three Championship matches.
|McCarthy: Best Can Be the Focal Point of Our Attack Tue 27th Sep 2016|
Boss Mick McCarthy believes striker Leon Best, who will make his first Blues start in this evening’s game against his former loan club Brighton, can be the focal point of the Town attack with his performance having been one of the brighter aspects of Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Leeds United.
|Pitman Relishing Responsibility Tue 13th Sep 2016|
Town striker Brett Pitman admits he is relishing the responsibility of replacing Daryl Murphy as the team’s main man up front.
|Rio Judge Accepts Charges Sat 10th Sep 2016|
A Rio de Janeiro judge has accepted the charges made against Town owner Marcus Evans and nine others by a public prosecutor relating to the alleged selling of Olympics tickets for significantly above their face value by Evans’s THG Sports hospitality company.
|Town Visit Reading Looking For Revenge at Start of Tough Month Fri 09th Sep 2016|
Town take on Reading in this evening’s live Sky game at the start of a tough run of September fixtures looking to avenge last season’s 5-1 defeat at the Madejski Stadium (Sky Sports One/Sky Sports Mix from 7.30pm, kick-off 8pm).
|McCarthy: Written Off Best Has Something to Prove Fri 09th Sep 2016|
Boss Mick McCarthy believes new striker Leon Best has something to prove with Town, his career having stalled in recent seasons. The 29-year-old, who signed a one-year deal with an option for a further season having impressed while on trial, is likely to be among the subs as the Blues take on Reading in this evening’s live Sky game at the Madejski Stadium.
|Best Days Could Be Ahead of Me Fri 09th Sep 2016|
Leon Best’s 30th birthday may be later this month but Town’s new striker still believes his best days could be ahead of him.
|Dozzell and Morris Win Caps as England U18s Thrash Israel Mon 05th Sep 2016|
Town duo Andre Dozzell and Ben Morris started and won their second England U18s caps as their side defeated Israel 5-1 at Morecambe’s Globe Arena to win this week’s North-West-based three-team mini-tournament.
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