|Town Out to Leapfrog Clarets and Set New Record Fri 01st Jan 2016|
Town visit Burnley on Saturday looking to leapfrog the Clarets to climb to fifth in the Championship and targeting a club record sixth straight victory on the road.
|Ipswich Is Now a Massive Game - Notes for Rotherham Fri 06th Nov 2015|
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday’s game at the New York Stadium by delving into their forums.
|McCarthy: Burnley Will Readjust Quickly Tue 18th Aug 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy expects tonight’s opponents Burnley to quickly adjust to life back in the Championship following their relegation from the Premier League last season (KO 7.45pm).
|Taylor Set for Forest Trial Mon 29th Jun 2015|
Former Blue Paul Taylor is to join Nottingham Forest on a two-week trial.
|Season Review - May Fri 12th Jun 2015|
In the final part of a series looking back at what has been a memorable season, Mullet and HarryfromBath, with the help of some opposition supporters, reflect on its dramatic climax.
|Season Review - March Mon 08th Jun 2015|
In part eight of a series reflecting on what has been a memorable season, Mullet and HarryfromBath, with the help of some opposition supporters, turn their attention to a month which saw Town go toe-to-toe with many fellow promotion contenders.
|Chesterfield Targeting Taylor Fri 05th Jun 2015|
League One Chesterfield are reported to be targeting former Blues striker Paul Taylor.
|Season Review - August 2014 Fri 22nd May 2015|
In the first part of a series reflecting on what has been a memorable season, Mullet and HarryfromBath turn the clock back to when it all began, looking through their eyes and also those of the opponents we encountered along the way.
|Hewitt and Marriott Released, No Deals Yet for Anderson, Ambrose, Chaplow and Hunt Brothers Mon 18th May 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has released right-back Elliott Hewitt and striker Jack Marriott, while he says no deals are currently on offer to Paul Anderson, Darren Ambrose, Stephen and Noel Hunt and loanee Richard Chaplow but that they could still stay with the club.
|Blackburn Rovers 3-2 Town - Match Report Sat 02nd May 2015|
Town will face East Anglian rivals Norwich City in the Championship play-off semi-finals after a 3-2 defeat at Blackburn and results elsewhere saw the Blues finish sixth. Daryl Murphy put Town ahead in the second minute but goals from Jordan Rhodes, Craig Conway and Rudy Gestede saw the home side into a 3-1 lead before Murphy netted a late penalty.
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