|McCarthy: Emergency Loan System Beneficial to All Parties Fri 12th Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says he can’t see why FIFA have decided to scrap the Football League’s emergency loan system from next season.
|McCarthy Expecting Bouncing Ashton Gate Fri 12th Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy is expecting a bouncing Ashton Gate on Saturday with Bristol City’s home ground sold out ahead of new manager Lee Johnson’s first game in charge. The Blues, now seventh, visit the Championship’s 21st-placed team looking to end an uncharacteristic run of three away defeats in all competitions and climb back into the top six.
|McCarthy: No Regrets About Lack of January Signings Fri 12th Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy insists he has no regrets that he didn’t do more business during the January transfer window, despite now being short of midfield players with Ryan Fraser, Cole Skuse and Giles Coke all ruled out for lengthy periods, Jonathan Douglas suspended and Luke Hyam a doubt for tomorrow's match at Bristol City.
|Skuse and Coke Join Fraser on Sidelines Thu 11th Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that winger Ryan Fraser is facing six to eight weeks out with a hamstring injury and has revealed that midfield pair Cole Skuse and Giles Coke are also set to be sidelined.
|McCarthy Confirms Pringle to Join on Loan Thu 11th Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says he expects to sign Fulham’s Ben Pringle on loan in time for Saturday’s game at Bristol City. TWTD first revealed that the Blues were targeting the 26-year-old on Tuesday.
|Boot on the Other Foot for McCarthy Sat 06th Feb 2016|
The boot was on the other foot for boss Mick McCarthy as the Blues were beaten by Matt Phillips’s last-gasp goal at QPR, Town having won three of their last four home league games - including the Boxing Day win against Rangers - in the final minutes. There was more bad news for the Blues in added-on time when Ryan Fraser limped off with what looked a bad hamstring injury.
|QPR 1-0 Town - Match Report Sat 06th Feb 2016|
Matt Phillips netted in the 88th minute to hand QPR a 1-0 victory over the Blues at Loftus Road. But for an excellent goalkeeping display from Bartosz Bialkowski Town would have been behind at half-time, but the second period was a more even affair in which both teams had chances and Phillips headed home late on to claim the three points.
|QPR 0-0 Town - Half-Time Sat 06th Feb 2016|
Keeper Bartosz Bialkowski made a number of saves to keep the scoreline 0-0 between QPR and Town at half-time at Loftus Road.
|Varney and Pitman Start at QPR Sat 06th Feb 2016|
Boss Mick McCarthy has handed Luke Varney and Brett Pitman starts as the Blues face QPR at Loftus Road today, the duo having combined to created Town’s late winner against Reading on Tuesday. Daryl Murphy and Ainsley Maitland-Niles drop to the bench, while Luke Hyam misses out with a calf injury.
|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.
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