|Big Season for Tyrone Thu 14th Aug 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy believes 21-year-old left-back Tyrone Mings has a big season ahead of him following Aaron Cresswell’s departure for West Ham for £3.75 million last month. Former Chippenham Town man Mings started last Saturday’s 2-1 home win against Fulham before being rested for Tuesday’s Capital One Cup defeat at Crawley.
|Mings: Fulham Win Showed What We're All About Mon 11th Aug 2014|
Left-back Tyrone Mings believes Saturday’s live-on-Sky 2-1 victory over former Premier League side Fulham will have shown the rest of the Championship what Town are all about.
|Owner Evans Writes Mon 11th Aug 2014|
Owner Marcus Evans wrote a column in Saturday’s matchday programme, which Town have given us permission to reproduce in full.
|McCarthy Without Four For Season Opener Fri 08th Aug 2014|
Manager Mick McCarthy is without four members of his first-team squad for tomorrow’s opening game of the season against Fulham, which is being shown live on Sky (KO 5.15pm). Central defender Tommy Smith is OK after missing last week’s friendly draw at Leyton Orient, but Paul Anderson (hamstring), Jonny Parr (groin), Stephen Hunt (calf) and Cameron Stewart (broken jaw) all miss out against the Cottagers.
|McCarthy: It's Great to Have Options Mon 28th Jul 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy has decisions to make at both ends of the field ahead of Town’s opening Championship game at home to Fulham a week on Saturday. Strikers Paul Taylor and Jack Marriott will be amongst those to come into the reckoning to partner Daryl Murphy up front, with David McGoldrick unlikely to start, while McCarthy is delighted to have plenty of options at the back.
|Town Announce Squad Numbers Mon 21st Jul 2014|
Town have announced the squad numbers for the season ahead with keeper Dean Gerken handed the number one shirt, new signing Jonathan Parr the number two and Tyrone Mings three, following Aaron Cresswell's departure for West Ham.
|Cresswell Pleased to Have the Chance to Say Goodbye Thu 17th Jul 2014|
Former Blue Aaron Cresswell was pleased to have the opportunity to return to Portman Road to say goodbye to his old fans and team-mates with his new West Ham side, who drew 0-0 with Town in a friendly last night.
|McCarthy: Entertaining Despite Lack of Goals Wed 16th Jul 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy felt his side’s 0-0 draw with West Ham at Portman Road was an entertaining affair despite the lack of goals.
|Town 0-0 West Ham Wed 16th Jul 2014|
Town and West Ham played out an entertaining 0-0 draw in Portman Road’s only friendly of the summer. Jack Marriott and Cameron Stewart went closest to breaking the deadlock for the Blues in the first half, while former Blue Aaron Cresswell hit the bar on his return to his old club.
|Town 0-0 West Ham - Half-Time Wed 16th Jul 2014|
Town and West Ham remain locked at 0-0 after an entertaining first half at Portman Road. Jack Marriott went closest for the Blues, while ex-Blue Aaron Cresswell hit the bar for the visitors.
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