|McCarthy: Midfield Must Score More Sat 30th Aug 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy admits that Town's midfield players need to contribute more goals but isn't panicking at this early stage of the season. Town’s midfielders are yet to net this term having been outscored by the Blues’ defence during 2013/14.
|Rotherham Boss Delighted With Taylor Sun 24th Aug 2014|
Rotherham boss Steve Evans praised the “excellent” Paul Taylor after the on-loan Blues striker helped the Millers to a 1-0 victory at Millwall on Saturday. The 26-year-old, on loan at the New York Stadium until January, supplied the cross which led to Ben Pringle’s winner four minutes after the break.
|McCarthy Expecting Tough, Competitive Derby Fri 22nd Aug 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy says the Blues will have to be at the top of their game if they’re to beat a Norwich City side he believes are one of the favourites for promotion in Saturday’s East Anglian derby at Portman Road (Sky Sports 1/HD1 noon, KO 12.15pm).
|McCarthy Will Monitor Collison and Ambrose Fri 22nd Aug 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says he’ll continue to monitor free agents Jack Collison and Darren Ambrose in training at Portman Road but has no immediate plans to add them to his squad. Collison, 25, was released by West Ham at the end of last season, while 30-year-old Ambrose, who started his career at Town, left Birmingham City.
|Wordsworth Joins Rotherham Fri 22nd Aug 2014|
Midfielder Anthony Wordsworth has joined Rotherham United on loan until January. Yesterday, boss Mick McCarthy made the 25-year-old available for loan or permanent transfer.
|Wordsworth Available as Ambrose Joins in Training Thu 21st Aug 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has made midfielder Anthony Wordsworth available for loan or permanent move. Meanwhile, ex-Blue Darren Ambrose is training back at Playford Road.
|Sammon Makes Full Debut Tue 19th Aug 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy hands new loan signing Conor Sammon his full debut and Paul Anderson his first start of the season as the Blues face Birmingham at St Andrew’s.
|McCarthy: Same Performance But Better Result Fri 15th Aug 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy is looking for a repeat of last year’s performance at Reading but with a better result when the Blues visit the Madejski Stadium on Saturday afternoon. McCarthy, who has added Derby striker Conor Sammon to his squad on loan, will be able to call on all the players who missed the trip to Crawley in the week, except midfielder Cole Skuse, who is a doubt with a foot problem, and longer-term absentees Stephen Hunt and Cameron Stewart.
|McCarthy: Painful Way to Lose Tue 12th Aug 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy admitted that losing 1-0 in extra-time was a painful manner to exit the Capital One Cup at Crawley. Izale McLeod netted the winner for the League One side in the 110th minute.
|Crawley 1-0 Town (AET) Tue 12th Aug 2014|
Town exited the Capital One Cup at the first round stage as Izale McLeod’s extra-time goal saw League One Crawley to a 1-0 win at the Broadfield Stadium. Debutant sub Teddy Bishop (pictured) went closest for the Blues, who really ought to have had the game won within the 90 minutes, when he hit the bar.
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