|McCarthy: Great Advert for the Championship Sat 22nd Nov 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy felt the Blues’ 2-2 draw at AFC Bournemouth was a great advert for the Championship. Town came from behind twice to pick up a point which their manager was delighted to have claimed.
|Decisions For McCarthy Ahead of Bournemouth Trip Fri 21st Nov 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has decisions to make throughout his team ahead of Saturday’s away game against second-placed AFC Bournemouth. McCarthy has to choose whether to continue with Bartosz Bialkowski in goal or to bring back the fit-again Dean Gerken, while he has plenty of options in midfield and a dilemma in his defence.
|Smith: We Need to Keep Emulating Burnley Mon 10th Nov 2014|
Goalscorer Tommy Smith says Town are starting to pick up the type of results which saw Burnley beat the odds and win automatic promotion to the Premier League last season.
|Town 1-0 Watford Sat 08th Nov 2014|
Tommy Smith smashed home his second goal of the season from close range seven minutes from time as Town beat bogey side Watford 1-0 at Portman Road to climb to fourth in the Championship. The central defender was first to a loose ball after a Kevin Bru shot had been blocked following a well-worked freekick.
|Town 0-0 Watford - Half-Time Sat 08th Nov 2014|
Town and Watford are locked at 0-0 after an entertaining first half at Portman Road with Daryl Murphy having come closest to opening the scoring for the Blues.
|Williams Returns for Hyam Sat 08th Nov 2014|
Jonny Williams returns for the suspended Luke Hyam in an otherwise unchanged Town side taking on Watford at Portman Road.
|McCarthy: No Loose Cannons Here Sat 08th Nov 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy has paid tribute to his current squad’s consistent approach to games, citing the lack of “loose cannons” now at the club.
|McCarthy Has Selection Dilemmas for Watford's Visit Fri 07th Nov 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has selection dilemmas ahead of Saturday’s home game against Watford with Jonny Williams, Jonny Parr and Teddy Bishop all back in training after injuries. Only keeper Dean Gerken and midfielder Cole Skuse remain in the treatment room, while Luke Hyam is banned for one game having picked up his fifth booking of the season in the 2-1 victory over Wolves on Tuesday.
|Bart Buoyed By Boss's Pep Talk Fri 07th Nov 2014|
Town keeper Bartosz Bialkowski has revealed how a chat with boss Mick McCarthy confirmed he was making progress even if he wasn’t first choice.
|Town 2-1 Wolves Tue 04th Nov 2014|
Top scorer Daryl Murphy was on target twice as Town defeated boss Mick McCarthy’s former club Wolves 2-1 at Portman Road. Murphy smashed home a brilliant opening goal in the 35th minute, the visitors got on terms via a James Henry fluke on 53 but the Irishman netted the winner six minutes later to take his season's total to 10.
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