|Peterborough 0-0 Town Sat 09th Mar 2013|
Frank Nouble came closest to breaking the deadlock as the Blues’ trip to Peterborough ended in a 0-0 draw. The January signing from Wolves struck the woodwork from 25 yards and then forced Posh keeper Bobby Olejnik into a fine save during the first half.
|Tabb, Hewitt and Nouble Start at Peterborough Sat 09th Mar 2013|
Jay Tabb makes his Blues debut, Frank Nouble his first Town start and Elliott Hewitt his first Blues start in the league in today’s crucial relegation six-pointer at Peterborough. Skipper Carlos Edwards is only considered fit enough for a place on the bench due to the groin injury that saw him miss the midweek trip to Nottingham Forest, while Michael Chopra is out with a dead leg and Lee Martin and Richard Stearman are suspended.
|Hewitt and Tabb Set to Start at Peterborough But Chopra Out Fri 08th Mar 2013|
Boss Mick McCarthy will hand Elliott Hewitt his first Town league start and new loanee Jay Tabb looks set to make his Blues debut in Saturday’s vital relegation six-pointer at Peterborough United. Michael Chopra joins the suspended Lee Martin and Richard Stearman on the sidelines due to a dead leg, but skipper Carlos Edwards and midfielder Jay Emmanuel-Thomas return to the squad after missing the midweek trip to Nottingham Forest.
|Town Confirm Nouble Signing Tue 08th Jan 2013|
Town have confirmed that striker Frank Nouble has signed from Wolves for an undisclosed fee. The 21-year-old, who will wear the number 35 shirt, has put pen to paper on an 18-month deal.
|Blues Close to Adding Wolves Striker Tue 08th Jan 2013|
Town are close to signing striker Frank Nouble from Wolves. The 21-year-old, who is set to sign a contract until the summer of 2014, has been at Portman Road for a medical this morning, a fee having been agreed.
|Town Unchanged at Leeds Sat 15th Dec 2012|
As expected, boss Mick McCarthy has named an unchanged side for today's game at Leeds. Nigel Reo-Coker, back after a hamstring injury, is on the bench.
|Town Set to Be Unchanged at Leeds Fri 14th Dec 2012|
Town boss Mick McCarthy is unlikely to change his starting line-up for Saturday’s visit to Leeds despite midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker having recovered from his hamstring injury. The Blues manager is still without Luke Hyam, who is over his calf problem, but is ill, while striker Tyrone Barnett has returned to Peterborough after suffering a posterior cruciate ligament injury in Monday’s reserves friendly.
|McCarthy: Barnett Was Progressing Prior to Injury Fri 14th Dec 2012|
Boss Mick McCarthy says any thoughts of Tyrone Barnett joining the Blues longer term are on hold now that the on-loan Peterborough striker has suffered a posterior cruciate ligament injury, but says he was pleased with the 27-year-old during his time at the club. Barnett made two starts and one sub appearance for Town without scoring having joined on a 93-day spell midway though November.
|No January Squad Overhaul Fri 14th Dec 2012|
Manager Mick McCarthy says fans shouldn’t expect a complete overhaul of his squad during the January transfer window. The Blues boss will look to add to his squad, having been promised funds by owner Marcus Evans, but there won’t be a major influx of new players.
|Barnett Returns to Peterborough Due to Knee Injury Thu 13th Dec 2012|
On-loan striker Tyrone Barnett has returned to Peterborough United having suffered a posterior cruciate ligament injury in a behind-closed-doors game on Monday. The 27-year-old faces around three months on the sidelines.
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