|Things On the Up for Most-Improved Hyam Fri 10th May 2013|
The extensive tattoo adorning the left arm of Town midfielder Luke Hyam says it all.
|Burnley 2-0 Town Sat 04th May 2013|
Second-half goals from Junior Stanislas and Martin Paterson saw Town fall to a 2-0 final day of the season defeat at Burnley. After a dull first half the game, played between two sides with nothing to play for, improved slightly after the break with the Clarets deserving the victory.
|Mings Makes Debut at Burnley Sat 04th May 2013|
Tyrone Mings will make his debut for the Blues in Mick McCarthy’s promised much-changed side at Burnley this afternoon (KO 12.45pm). Academy second-year scholar Jack Marriott is on the bench.
|McCarthy: Players Will Still Want to Win at Burnley Fri 03rd May 2013|
Town boss Mick McCarthy expects his players to show their competitive nature at Burnley on Saturday, despite having secured their Championship place for another season by beating Birmingham last weekend (KO 12.45pm). The Blues manager has promised changes to his team for the final game of the 2012/13 campaign.
|U21s at Colchester Mon 22nd Apr 2013|
Midfielder Anthony Wordsworth will be back on familiar territory this evening when Town’s U21s take on Colchester’s youngsters at the Weston Homes Community Stadium (KO 7pm). Wordsworth joined the Blues from the U’s in January.
|Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Town Sat 20th Apr 2013|
Jay Tabb scored his first goal for four and a half years as Town drew 1-1 at Sheffield Wednesday as they continued, but were unable to complete, their march to Championship safety. The on-loan Reading man’s knee diverted home a Carlos Edwards long throw in the first half of a scrappy game in which the Owls equalised after the break through Leroy Lita.
|Town 3-0 Crystal Palace Tue 16th Apr 2013|
Frank Nouble scored twice and Aaron Cresswell the Town goal of the season as three late first half strikes saw the Blues to a 3-0 victory over Crystal Palace at Portman Road. Palace dominated until keeper Julian Speroni gifted Nouble his first goal for the Blues on 37, then in first half injury time Cresswell slammed in a brilliant second, before another catastrophic error, this time from Peter Ramage, led to Nouble’s second. Mick McCarthy’s men comfortably saw out the second half.
|Busy Summer Ahead for Wordsworth Tue 16th Apr 2013|
Why will midfielder Anthony Wordsworth be Town’s odd man out this summer? Because he intends to train all the way through to July when the squad report back for pre-season training.
|Woody: We Owe Palace One Tue 16th Apr 2013|
Anthony Wordsworth was still a Colchester player when Mick McCarthy saw his team crushed 5-0 at Selhurst Park in what was only his second game in charge.
|Wordsworth: Thanks Matt! Tue 16th Apr 2013|
Anthony Wordsworth has revealed the background to his goal celebration at Portman Road on Saturday.
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