|Town 3-2 MK Dons - Match Report Sat 30th Apr 2016|
Town ended their home campaign with a 3-2 victory over the MK Dons. David McGoldrick put the Blues in front on 16 but conceded a penalty just before the break from which Alex Revell equalised. Brett Pitman put Town back in front on 68, Revell equalised again six minutes later before Luke Varney won it in the final minute.
|Town 1-1 MK Dons - Half-Time Sat 30th Apr 2016|
David McGoldrick put the Blues in front in the 16th minute but then conceded a penalty moments before the break which was converted by Alex Revell with Town’s final home game of the season 1-1 at half-time.
|Five Changes for Blues Against MK Dons Sat 30th Apr 2016|
Town make five changes ahead of this afternoon’s final home game of the season against the MK Dons with Teddy Bishop, Josh Emmanuel, Myles Kenlock, Dean Gerken and Christophe Berra all starting.
|McCarthy: Important to Sign Off Positively Fri 29th Apr 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says it’s important for the Blues to sign off their home campaign with a good performance and result against the already-relegated MK Dons, admitting that Town have been under par at Portman Road during 2015/16.
|Malarczyk and Yorwerth Available, Hyam Accepts New Deal, Robinson to Stay Fri 29th Apr 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has revealed that centre-halves Josh Yorwerth and Piotr Malarczyk have been made available for transfer, while midfielder Luke Hyam has accepted a new contract and young central defender Joe Robinson will also be kept on.
|Middlesbrough 0-0 Town - Match Report Sat 23rd Apr 2016|
Town dealt Middlesbrough’s automatic promotion hopes a blow after leaving the Riverside Stadium having claimed a 0-0 draw. Former Blues striker Jordan Rhodes came closest to scoring when he hit the post in the second half.
|Middlesbrough 0-0 Town - Half-Time Sat 23rd Apr 2016|
Town’s game at Middlesbrough remains 0-0 at the break with the home side having had most of the first-half chances.
|Digby Handed First League Start Sat 23rd Apr 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has handed on-loan Barnsley defender Paul Digby his first league start for the Blues at Middlesbrough.
|McCarthy Wants Strong Finish to Season Fri 22nd Apr 2016|
Town visit Middlesbrough on Saturday with manager Mick McCarthy determined that his side should finish their season strongly, despite now having no realistic chance of making the play-offs. The Blues, who are without a win in six, are eighth in the table, eight points from the play-offs with just three games left to play.
|Town Out to Extend 52-Year Unbeaten Run Tue 19th Apr 2016|
Town go into tonight’s home game against Fulham looking to extend an unbeaten run against the Whites stretching back more than 50 years. Manager Mick McCarthy admits that the Blues’ hopes of making the play-offs are now over even if they win tonight’s match.
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