|Loan Would Have Benefited Woody Mon 02nd Dec 2013|
Boss Mick McCarthy has stressed that the plan to send midfielder Anthony Wordsworth out on loan prior to last Thursday’s deadline was only to give the 24-year-old first-team football. A proposed move to League One Preston broke down, while the former Colchester man is also understood to have been interesting the MK Dons amongst others.
|Villa Confirm Graham Loan Thu 28th Nov 2013|
Aston Villa have confirmed that 18-year-old winger Jordan Graham has joined the Blues on a youth loan until January 4th. Football League clubs have until 5pm today to sign players on loan.
|Blues Linked With Deadline Move for Villa Youngster Wed 27th Nov 2013|
Town are targeting a deadline day loan move for Aston Villa youngster Jordan Graham, according to various reports.
|U21s Win First Game of the Season Tue 26th Nov 2013|
Town’s U21s came from behind to grab their first win of the season as they beat 10-man Brentford 4-1 at their Jersey Road training ground this afternoon. Alan Lee, Jordan Adekunle, Matt Clarke and Anthony Wordsworth were on the scoresheet.
|Marriott and Hammond Setting Benchmark Tue 26th Nov 2013|
Boss Mick McCarthy says Jack Marriott and Kyle Hammond are setting the benchmark for the rest of the club’s young players. Marriott, 19, has scored three goals in three games during a loan spell with Skrill Premier side Woking, while 18-year-old right-back Hammond was part of the first-team squad ahead of Saturday’s match against Leicester although ultimately missed out on a place in the matchday 18.
|Woody Could Still Go Out On Loan Sat 23rd Nov 2013|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says midfielder Anthony Wordsworth could still go out on loan before Thursday’s deadline, despite a potential switch to Preston North End having fallen through. The Blues manager says that while he’d like to add to his own squad, he doesn't currently plan to make any signings.
|No Colchester Return for Wordsworth Thu 14th Nov 2013|
Colchester boss Joe Dunne says he has not made contact with the Blues regarding a loan return to the Weston Homes Community Stadium for ex-U’s midfielder Anthony Wordsworth.
|No New Wolves Deal for Ebanks-Blake Wed 13th Nov 2013|
Wolves boss Kenny Jackett says he won't be offering Sylvan Ebanks-Blake a new contract at Molineux once the striker is back to full fitness. The 27-year-old, whose Wolves terms were up at the end of June, suffered a broken leg and ankle ligament damage in April and is continuing his recovery from those injuries with his former club.
|Wordsworth Close to Completing Loan Switch Tue 12th Nov 2013|
Midfielder Anthony Wordsworth has revealed that he could complete a move out on loan as soon as Wednesday. The 24-year-old is short of match fitness having made only two brief sub appearances for the first team this season and manager Mick McCarthy said on Saturday that he was keen to get him out for a spell.
|Gerken, Wordsworth and Dyer at Supporters Club Event Tue 12th Nov 2013|
Current Blues Dean Gerken and Anthony Wordsworth and ex-midfielder Kieron Dyer, now a coach at the academy, will be at the Supporters Club’s second ITFC On the Road event of the season at Ufford Park in Yarmouth Road, Melton, IP12 1QW this evening (7pm for 7.30pm).
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