|Smith Happy to See More Late Winners Fri 05th Feb 2016|
Town defender Tommy Smith would be quite happy if the recent habit of winning games in the final minutes continued against QPR at Loftus Road tomorrow.
|McCarthy: Subs Have Given Me Selection Headache Fri 05th Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy admits he’s been given a selection headache up front ahead of Saturday’s visit to QPR after subs Luke Varney and Brett Pitman conjured up the Blues’ last-gasp winner during Tuesday’s 2-1 victory over Reading.
|Town 2-1 Reading - Match Report Tue 02nd Feb 2016|
Town climbed back into the top six and extended their extraordinary record of Tuesday night home victories to 16 as an 89th minute Brett Pitman goal saw them to a 2-1 victory over Reading. After a lacklustre first half Ryan Fraser put the Blues in front on 57, Royals sub Garath McCleary equalised from the spot before Pitman’s late winner.
|Town 0-0 Reading - Half-Time Tue 02nd Feb 2016|
Town and Reading remain locked at 0-0 at half-time at Portman Road.
|McCarthy: Players Won't Need Reminding About Royals Hammering Tue 02nd Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says his players won’t need reminding that tonight’s opponents Reading dished out their biggest thrashing in three years when the teams met at the Madejski Stadium earlier in the season. The Blues, who were soundly beaten 5-1 by the Royals on that Friday evening in September, will be looking to avenge that defeat, climb back into the top six and stretch their remarkable run of Tuesday night home victories to 16.
|Chambers on PFA Fans' Player of the Month Shortlist Thu 28th Jan 2016|
Town skipper Luke Chambers has been shortlisted for the PFA Fans’ Championship Player of the Month award for January.
|Leeds Boss Evans Clarifies Town Comments Sat 23rd Jan 2016|
Leeds manager Steve Evans has sought to clarify the comments he made after his side’s recent 2-1 defeat to the Blues at Portman Road, which were perceived as disrespectful towards Town.
|McCarthy: More Pressure on Me After Cup Changes Fri 22nd Jan 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy admits there’s greater pressure on him ahead of Saturday’s game against Birmingham at St Andrew’s after he switched all his starting XI for Tuesday’s 2-1 FA Cup third round replay defeat at Portsmouth. The seventh-placed Blues go into the match one place and two points above the Midlanders.
|Trio Back in Training and Fit for Birmingham Trip Thu 21st Jan 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says skipper Luke Chambers, midfielder Cole Skuse and centre-half Christophe Berra all trained this morning and will be fine for Saturday’s game against Birmingham City at St Andrew’s, while new signing Kevin Foley will be in the squad if his international clearance has come through.
|McCarthy: Pompey Players Will Expect to Beat Us Tue 19th Jan 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy believes League Two Portsmouth’s players will go into tonight’s FA Cup third round replay at Fratton Park expecting to beat the Blues having performed so well in the first game at Portman Road, which ended 2-2. McCarthy is set to field a young side and, as he did at Manchester United in the Capital One Cup earlier in the season, could even switch his entire XI.
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