|Lawrence a Doubt as McCarthy Plans Changes at Rotherham Thu 20th Apr 2017|
Top scorer Tom Lawrence is a doubt ahead of Saturday’s trip to already-relegated Rotherham United, while second-choice keeper Dean Gerken is available again for a fixture in which manager Mick McCarthy is considering fielding some of his fringe players.
|McCarthy to Make Changes at Rotherham Thu 20th Apr 2017|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed he will field a changed team when the Blues take on already-relegated Rotherham United at the New York Stadium on Saturday. However, he says he’ll play full strength sides in Town’s other two games with Sheffield Wednesday chasing the play-offs and Nottingham Forest battling relegation.
|U18s End Season With Victory Over Palace Wed 19th Apr 2017|
A strong Town U18 side completed their Professional Development League Two South campaign with a comfortable 3-0 victory against Crystal Palace at Playford Road on Wednesday afternoon, despite being reduced to 10 men. Ben Morris (pictured), Flynn Downes, who was later dismissed for a second bookable offence, and Conor McKendry, from the penalty spot, netted the goals.
|Pitman on Target But U23s Held By Crewe Mon 20th Mar 2017|
A strong Town U23 side featuring a number of senior players were held to a 1-1 draw by a relatively youthful Crewe Alexandra team at Portman Road on Monday evening, Brett Pitman netting the Blues goal shortly after having had a penalty saved.
|McCarthy: Nydam and Webber Could Get Their Chance Later in the Season Fri 27th Jan 2017|
Blues boss Mick McCarthy says 17-year-old midfielder Tristan Nydam doesn’t look out of place when training with the first team squad. McCarthy says Nydam and fellow 17-year-old Pat Webber, a left-back, are likely to be among the youngsters who could be given a taste of first-team football before the end of the season.
|Lincoln City 1-0 Ipswich Town - Match Report Tue 17th Jan 2017|
Nathan Arnold’s late goal sent Sincil Bank wild as Vanarama National League leaders Lincoln City defeated Town 1-0 to record a famous FA Cup third round replay victory in front of a live TV audience. As at Portman Road in the first game, the Imps were the better side and Arnold confirmed one of the most embarrassing defeats in the Blues' history in the final moments when he was sent through on goal, rounded Dean Gerken and tapped the ball into the net.
|Lincoln City 0-0 Ipswich Town - Half-Time Tue 17th Jan 2017|
Town’s FA Cup third round replay at Lincoln City remains 0-0 at the break but with the home side having had the better of the first half.
|Five Changes for Town at Lincoln Tue 17th Jan 2017|
Paul Digby, Leon Best, Dean Gerken, Jonathan Douglas and Grant Ward all come into the Town team facing Lincoln City in this evening’s FA Cup third round replay at Sincil Bank (BBC One, 8pm, kick-off 8.05pm).
|McCarthy Expecting a Different Performance From Town Tue 17th Jan 2017|
Town visit Vanarama National League leaders Lincoln City this evening looking to avoid an embarrassing FA Cup third round replay defeat in front of a nationwide and global TV audience (BBC One 8pm, kick-off 8.05pm). Manager Mick McCarthy is anticipating a “different performance” from his side, admitting that the Imps should have won the first match at Portman Road, Tom Lawrence having netted an 86th minute equaliser to see Town to a 2-2 draw.
|Notable Absentees as U23s Lose at Cardiff Mon 16th Jan 2017|
Town’s U23s were beaten 3-1 at Cardiff City earlier this evening with several regulars missing, presumably as they’re with the first team squad ahead of tomorrow’s FA Cup third round replay at Lincoln City.
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