|Draw Sees U15s Finish Third Fri 08th Aug 2014|
Town’s U15s drew 1-1 with Scunthorpe in their final group game at the Macron Galway Cup.
|U15s Back to Winning Ways Fri 08th Aug 2014|
Town’s U15s got back to winning ways at the Macron Galway Cup this morning via a 3-1 victory over Mexican side Chivas Guadalajara with Dan Muamba, Trystan Nydam and Charlie Brown netting the goals.
|U15s Lose to Republic of Ireland Thu 07th Aug 2014|
Town’s U15s lost 4-2 to the Republic of Ireland in their second game at the Macron Galway Cup this morning with Flynn Downes and Charlie Brown on target for the Blues.
|U15s Off to Winning Start at Galway Cup Wed 06th Aug 2014|
Town’s U15s got off to a winning start at the Macron Galway Cup in Ireland this evening as goals from Callum Fullwood, Nathan Dennis and Andre Dozzell saw them to a 3-2 victory over US side DC United.
|U15s in Action at Galway Cup Wed 06th Aug 2014|
Town’s U15s are in action at the Macron Galway Cup in Ireland this week and play their first match against US side DC United this afternoon.
|Town Set to Be Unchanged Against Doncaster Fri 11th Apr 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy looks set to name an unchanged side for Doncaster’s visit to Portman Road on Saturday. Left-back Aaron Cresswell is expected to be fit having suffered a groin problem during Tuesday’s 2-0 victory at Huddersfield.
|Green Out To Complete Incredible Journey With Town Thu 13th Feb 2014|
Ipswich new boy Paul Green still believes he is on target to complete his incredible journey from non-league to the Premier League.
|McCarthy Hoping Hyam Isn't Missed Fri 24th Jan 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy hopes Town won’t miss midfielder Luke Hyam during his time out of the side due to the gashed leg he suffered at Millwall last week. The 22-year-old misses Saturday’s home game against Reading and is likely to be sidelined for around three weeks.
|McCarthy Out for Wins But Happy With Draws Thu 26th Dec 2013|
Boss Mick McCarthy says he’ll be sending his Town side out to win at Doncaster today and at Bournemouth on Sunday, but admits he’d be happy to take a point from both Christmas away games.
|Carson Impressing at York Wed 06th Nov 2013|
York City boss Nigel Worthington says former Blue Josh Carson has been a “breath of fresh air” since he joined his club in September. Carson, 20, has scored two goals in eight starts and one sub appearance since joining the League Two Minstermen shortly after leaving Town by mutual consent.
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