|Town Could Claim Christmas Top Spot Fri 19th Dec 2014|
Town go into Saturday’s home game against Middlesbrough with an outside chance of being top of the Championship on Christmas Day for the first time in a decade. The fourth-placed Blues are only a point behind Boro, who are second behind leaders Bournemouth on goal difference.
|Mings and Noel Hunt Doubts For Boro Clash Fri 19th Dec 2014|
Tyrone Mings and Noel Hunt have emerged as doubts for Saturday’s home game against Middlesbrough. Luke Hyam remains sidelined with his achilles injury but Stephen Hunt is back having missed the trip to Bolton with a virus.
|Bolton Wanderers 0-0 Town - Match Report Sat 13th Dec 2014|
Town dropped to fourth in the Championship after drawing 0-0 with Bolton Wanderers at the Macron Stadium. After an evenly balanced first half in which the home side had the better opportunities, the Blues - who had scored in each of their last 16 games - were on top for much of the second period with Jay Tabb twice going close to breaking the deadlock.
|Bolton Wanderers 0-0 Town - Half-Time Sat 13th Dec 2014|
Town and Bolton Wanderers remain locked at 0-0 at the break at the Macron Stadium. Daryl Murphy went closest for the Blues, curling a shot just past the post.
|McCarthy: We're Always Capable of Scoring Sat 13th Dec 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy says he’s always confident that his Town side will be able find a goal from somewhere even when they’re not at their best.
|Blues Visit Bolton Chasing Fourth Away Win Fri 12th Dec 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy is looking for his second-placed Town side to record their fourth away win of the season at Bolton on Saturday, but admits that he wouldn’t be too unhappy with a draw against the resurgent Trotters. The Blues will go top of the Championship for the first time since the opening day of the 2011/12 season if they beat Bolton and leaders Derby fail to win away against fourth-placed Middlesbrough.
|Hunt and Hyam Miss Bolton Trip Thu 11th Dec 2014|
Town will be without Stephen Hunt and Luke Hyam for Saturday’s trip to Bolton Wanderers. Hunt has been ill, while Hyam is not yet over his achilles problem.
|McCarthy Has Selection Dilemmas Ahead of Leeds Clash Fri 05th Dec 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has plenty of selection options ahead of Saturday’s home game against Leeds at Portman Road. While Noel Hunt is unavailable against his parent club and Luke Hyam and Jonny Williams are still injured, Christophe Berra is back from a ban and Kevin Bru and Teddy Bishop from knocks.
|McCarthy Glad Arsenal Are Watching Mings Fri 05th Dec 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says he’s glad that the likes of Arsenal are keeping tabs on left-back Tyrone Mings. Earlier today, Gunners boss Arsene Wenger confirmed that the 21-year-old is one of a number of young players he has been watching this season.
|McCarthy: Wonderfully Rewarding Sat 29th Nov 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy said it was “wonderfully rewarding” to see new loan signing Noel Hunt come off the bench to net Town’s 95th minute goal on his debut as the Blues won 1-0 at Charlton to rise to second in the Championship table.
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