|Quiet Deadline Day Expected Thu 26th Mar 2015|
Deadline day is expected to pass quietly at Portman Road with manager Mick McCarthy not thought to be looking to add further to his squad. Football League clubs have until 5pm today to bring players in on emergency loans.
|McCarthy After Repeat Performance Against Hornets Fri 20th Mar 2015|
Boss Mick McCarthy says his Town side will have to replicate the performance which saw them beat Championship leaders Watford 1-0 at Portman Road in November to take anything from Saturday’s game against the Hornets at Vicarage Road.
|McCarthy Delighted to See Tabb Score But Wants More Midfield Goals Fri 20th Mar 2015|
Boss Mick McCarthy was delighted to see Jay Tabb score his second goal of the season in Tuesday’s 1-0 home victory over Bolton but admits that his midfielders need to net more regularly.
|Bishop Out and Parr a Doubt Thu 19th Mar 2015|
Teddy Bishop is out of Saturday’s game away against Championship leaders Watford and Jonny Parr is a doubt, while David McGoldrick, Luke Hyam, Dean Gerken and Darren Ambrose again all miss out.
|McGoldrick Suffers Setback While Gerken Won't Be Risked Mon 16th Mar 2015|
Town will again be without striker David McGoldrick when Bolton Wanderers visit Portman Road on Tuesday evening, the Ireland international having suffered what’s hoped to be a minor setback as he makes his return from a thigh injury. Keeper Dean Gerken was back at Playford Road today having been knocked unconscious at Middlesbrough on Saturday.
|Bru and Hunt Back and McGoldrick Close to Return Thu 12th Mar 2015|
Midfielders Kevin Bru and Stephen Hunt will be available for Saturday’s trip to Middlesbrough but striker David McGoldrick isn’t yet ready to make his return from his thigh injury.
|Bru Out But Bishop Back Fri 06th Mar 2015|
Teddy Bishop is fit again after his ankle injury but Kevin Bru has been ruled out of Saturday’s home game against Brentford with a knee injury.
|McCarthy: Town Missing Hyam Fri 06th Mar 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says the Blues are missing the “blood and thunder” that midfielder Luke Hyam brings to his side. The 23-year-old has been out of action with a knee injury since the FA Cup replay defeat to Southampton in January.
|McCarthy a Fan of Elland Road Atmosphere Wed 04th Mar 2015|
Boss Mick McCarthy is looking forward to visiting a ground with the type of atmosphere he relished during his playing days when the Blues face Leeds United at Elland Road this evening (KO 7.45pm).
|McCarthy Considering Changes for Leeds Trip Tue 03rd Mar 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has said he’s considering making changes to his team for Wednesday’s visit to Leeds United. The Blues boss remains without the injured Teddy Bishop, Noel and Stephen Hunt, Darren Ambrose, David McGoldrick and Luke Hyam.
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