|McCarthy Would Take 42 More Performances Like Norwich Display Sat 27th Aug 2016|
Boss Mick McCarthy says he’d be happy with another 42 performances like last week’s display in the 1-1 draw with Norwich City or in the 0-0 stalemate at Wolves in the previous match. Town are again in home action against Preston North End on Saturday afternoon.
|Grant to Miss Preston Thu 25th Aug 2016|
Midfielder Conor Grant will miss Saturday’s home game against Preston North End, manager Mick McCarthy has confirmed.
|McCarthy Hoping to Restore Feelgood Factor With Derby Win Sat 20th Aug 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy wants to restore the feelgood factor at Portman Road by winning Sunday’s East Anglian derby against Norwich City (KO midday).
|Pitman Back for Derby Clash Fri 19th Aug 2016|
Striker Brett Pitman is back in training and should be available for Sunday’s East Anglian derby at home to Norwich City. The 28-year-old has missed the last three matches due to a thigh problem.
|Blues Visit McCarthy's Old Club Wolves Looking to Return to Form Tue 16th Aug 2016|
Boss Mick McCarthy returns to his old club Wolves this evening looking to continue an unbeaten record at Molineux as Town boss and end the Blues' current two-game run of defeats.
|No Surgery for McGoldrick But Pitman, Grant and Hyam All Miss Wolves Mon 15th Aug 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has revealed that striker David McGoldrick won’t require surgery on his ankle injury but still faces up to 10 weeks on the sidelines. Brett Pitman and Conor Grant are also unavailable for tomorrow’s game at Wolves, while Luke Hyam is out for three more weeks with his knee problem.
|I‘m Afraid It Could Be a Long Season - Notes for Brentford Fri 12th Aug 2016|
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday’s encounter at Griffin Park by delving into their forums.
|Town Out to Continue Griffin Park Form and Build on Opening Day Win Fri 12th Aug 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy takes his squad to Brentford on Saturday looking to continue the Blues’ good form at Griffin Park. Having won 4-2 there on Boxing Day 2014, Town came minutes from claiming another three points on Bees’ territory on the opening day of last season until the home side netted twice in injury time to claim an unlikely draw.
|Pitman and Hyam Miss Brentford Trip Thu 11th Aug 2016|
Striker Brett Pitman and midfielder Luke Hyam will both miss Saturday’s trip to Brentford through injury, manager Mick McCarthy has confirmed.
|McCarthy: Stevenage Will Find That Something Extra Tue 09th Aug 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy expects Stevenage to find that something extra that lower division teams tend to discover in cup competitions when they visit Portman Road for this evening’s EFL Cup first round tie (KO 7.45pm).
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