|McCarthy Spotted at MLS Match Sun 31st May 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy was spotted watching yesterday’s MLS match between Orlando City and Columbus Crew, which ended in a 2-2 draw. McCarthy is currently on holiday in Florida.
|Blues Linked With McShane Sun 31st May 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy is keen on signing released Hull City defender Paul McShane, according a number of this morning’s tabloids.
|Season Review - November Fri 29th May 2015|
In the fourth part of a series reflecting on what has been a memorable season, Mullet and HarryfromBath, with the help of some opposition supporters, reflect on a month when we things really gathered momentum after a lacklustre October.
|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.
|Chambo: We're Only Going to Improve Mon 18th May 2015|
Skipper Luke Chambers insisted that Town will only get better under manager Mick McCarthy after Saturday’s play-off semi-final defeat to Norwich City at Carrow Road.
|McCarthy: We've Got Better With Each Game Fri 15th May 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says Town go into Saturday’s Championship play-off semi-final second leg against Norwich City at Carrow Road having improved each time they have faced their deadliest rivals this season (Sky Sports 1, from midday. KO 12.15pm).
|Town 1-1 Norwich - Match Report Sat 09th May 2015|
Town’s Championship play-off semi-final against Norwich City is delicately poised after the first leg at Portman Road ended 1-1. Jonny Howson put the visitors - who host the second game next Saturday - ahead in the 41st minute but sub Paul Anderson hit back for the home side in first-half injury time.
|Town 1-1 Norwich - Half-Time Sat 09th May 2015|
Sub Paul Anderson equalised in injury time as Town and Norwich are locked at 1-1 at half-time in their Championship play-off semi-final first leg at Portman Road, Jonny Howson having opened the scoring for the visitors four minutes earlier.
|McCarthy: Previous Games Count for Nothing Fri 08th May 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy believes the Blues’ two defeats to Norwich City during the regular Championship season and other previous results will mean little as the sides go into their two-legged play-off semi-final. The Canaries visit Portman Road for the sell-out first leg on Saturday with the return game at Carrow Road a week later (Sky Sports 1, midday, KO 12.15pm).
|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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