|McGoldrick to Miss Brighton Trip Tue 20th Jan 2015|
Striker David McGoldrick is set to miss Wednesday’s visit to Brighton with his knee injury, but is expected to be available for the home game against Wigan a week on Saturday.
|McCarthy Delighted With Win on Difficult Day Sat 17th Jan 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy was delighted with the Blues’ 3-1 victory at Millwall on what he felt was a difficult day to face a much-changed Lions side. Noel Hunt scored twice in the first half, then after Magaye Gueye had pulled one back just before half-time, Jonny Parr netted the clincher 13 minutes from time.
|Millwall 1-3 Town - Match Report Sat 17th Jan 2015|
Full debutant Noel Hunt scored twice and sub Jonny Parr once as Town beat Millwall 3-1 at the Den to climb back to second in the Championship. Hunt put the Blues two in front before Magaye Guyeye pulled a goal back for the Lions just before the break but Parr sealed it in the 77th minute.
|Millwall 1-2 Town - Half-Time Sat 17th Jan 2015|
Town lead Millwall 2-1 at the Den at the break, full debutant Noel Hunt having netted twice before Magaye Guyeye pulled a goal back just before the break for the Lions.
|Town Without McGoldrick, Skuse and Hyam Sat 17th Jan 2015|
Town are without David McGoldrick, Cole Skuse and Luke Hyam for this afternoon’s game at Millwall.
|McCarthy: Ollie's Voice Will Be Echoing In Their Ears Fri 16th Jan 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy expects the Millwall players will have Lions manager Ian Holloway’s voice ringing in their ears as they look to end their recent disastrous run of form by beating the Blues at the Den on Saturday.
|Tabb Delighted to Have Stayed at Town Fri 16th Jan 2015|
Jay Tabb has emphasised his desire to stay with Town, even when a pre-season chat with manager Mick McCarthy left him with the option to move elsewhere.
|Town 0-1 Southampton - Match Report Wed 14th Jan 2015|
Shane Long’s 19th minute goal was enough to see Southampton to a 1-0 FA Cup third round replay over the Blues at Portman Road. Town never looked like getting back into the game against an impressive Saints outfit, who now face Crystal Palace at home in round four.
|Town 0-1 Southampton - Half-Time Wed 14th Jan 2015|
Shane Long’s 19th minute goal has given Southampton a 1-0 half-time lead over the Blues in this evening’s FA Cup third round replay at Portman Road.
|McCarthy: A Tough Ask But We Can Win Wed 14th Jan 2015|
Boss Mick McCarthy believes his Ipswich Town side are capable of causing an FA Cup upset when they take on the Premier League’s third-placed side Southampton in tonight’s third round replay at Portman Road (BBC1 from 7.30pm, KO 7.55pm). McCarthy says he saw enough in the Blues’ display in the 1-1 draw at St Mary’s 10 days ago to feel his team is in with a chance.
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