|Chambo Happier at Centre-Half Fri 19th Sep 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy says skipper Luke Chambers is happier having switched to the centre of the defence in recent games. The 28-year-old started the campaign at right-back, where he spent most of last season.
|Ireland Scout Guppy Watches McGoldrick Wed 17th Sep 2014|
Republic of Ireland scout Steve Guppy was at Portman Road for last night’s 2-0 victory over Brighton running the rule over Blues striker David McGoldrick, TWTD understands.
|Town Unchanged Against Brighton Tue 16th Sep 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has named the expected unchanged side for this evening’s home game against Brighton.
|McCarthy Hoping History Repeats Itself Tue 16th Sep 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy will be looking for history to repeat itself when the Blues take on Brighton at Portman Road tonight. Last September, after a tough August, back to back home wins over Middlesbrough and Yeovil got Town’s season up and running.
|Town 2-0 Millwall Sat 13th Sep 2014|
Strike pair David McGoldrick and Daryl Murphy were on target as the Blues beat Millwall 2-0 at Portman Road. McGoldrick put Town in front in first half injury time and Murphy added the second in the 63rd minute.
|Town 1-0 Millwall - Half-Time Sat 13th Sep 2014|
David McGoldrick netted his second goal of the season in first-half injury time to give the Blues a 1-0 lead against Millwall at half-tie at Portman Road.
|Smith, Hyam and Bru Drop Out Sat 13th Sep 2014|
David McGoldrick, Tyrone Mings and Cole Skuse return to the side and Luke Hyam, Tommy Smith and Kevin Bru all drop to the bench as Mick McCarthy makes three changes to the team which drew 1-1 at Derby a fortnight ago.
|No Injury Worries Ahead of Millwall Clash Fri 12th Sep 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy has no injury worries ahead of Saturday’s home game against his old club Millwall. Wingers Cameron Stewart and Stephen Hunt are both back from spells on the sidelines but won’t be risked against the Lions or in Tuesday’s home game against Brighton.
|Chambers: McGoldrick Fully Focused Wed 10th Sep 2014|
Skipper Luke Chambers says striker David McGoldrick remains fully focused on helping Town win promotion, despite the disappointment of being denied a move to Premier League Leicester City prior to the transfer window closing last week.
|McCarthy: Much Better After Break Sat 30th Aug 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy was as pleased with the Blues’ second half display as he was disappointed with their performance in the first. Christophe Berra headed in his third goal of the season seven minutes after the break to claim the point.
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