|McGoldrick Ready to Start, Skuse Fit But Chambers and Knudsen Doubts Thu 27th Oct 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says striker David McGoldrick is ready to start and midfielder Cole Skuse should be fit for Saturday’s home game against Rotherham, but full-backs Luke Chambers and Jonas Knudsen are both doubts.
|McCarthy Waiting on Skuse But McGoldrick and Williams Both Fit Thu 20th Oct 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy is hopeful that midfielder Cole Skuse will be fit for Saturday’s trip to Newcastle United after limping off with a toe problem during Tuesday’s 2-0 home victory over Burton Albion and confirmed that David McGoldrick and Jonny Williams will both make the trip to St James’ Park.
|Varney Out of Burton Game But McGoldrick Could Return at Newcastle Mon 17th Oct 2016|
Striker Luke Varney won’t be fit enough to be in the squad for tomorrow’s home game against Burton Albion, but better news is that fellow frontman David McGoldrick is closing in on his return to the first team and will be in the U23s side at Colchester this evening with a view to being involved at Newcastle on Saturday.
|Town Visit Blackburn Looking for October Revolution Fri 14th Oct 2016|
Town visit Blackburn Rovers on Saturday looking for their first October victory under Mick McCarthy’s management as well as an end to a run of four games without a goal or a win.
|McCarthy: Williams and McGoldrick Can Add Spark Fri 14th Oct 2016|
Blues boss Mick McCarthy believes returning pair Jonny Williams and David McGoldrick can add a much-needed spark to his misfiring Town side. Williams could make his fourth Blues debut at Blackburn tomorrow, while McGoldrick is expected to return to the squad for next Saturday’s trip to Newcastle.
|Bishop Set to Miss Blackburn Trip But Webster Back and Williams and McGoldrick Close in on Return Thu 13th Oct 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says Teddy Bishop will probably miss Saturday’s trip to Blackburn after breaking his nose again in training. Better news for the Blues is that Adam Webster is over his hamstring injury and Jonny Williams and David McGoldrick are closing in on a return to action.
|Hyam Undergoes Surgery Mon 10th Oct 2016|
Town midfielder Luke Hyam has undergone surgery having suffered a reaction to his knee injury as he stepped up his recovery during the international break. The 24-year-old, who has been out of action since suffering the knock in the pre-season friendly at Cambridge, is expected to be sidelined for another two months.
|Varney Expected to Return for Huddersfield Clash Thu 29th Sep 2016|
Striker Luke Varney is the only player on the Blues' lengthy injury list likely to be fit enough to return to the squad for Saturday’s home game against Huddersfield Town. The 33-year-old suffered a hamstring injury while playing for the U23s against Leeds a week ago last Monday.
|Pitman Out for 10 Weeks Tue 27th Sep 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has revealed that striker Brett Pitman is facing 10 weeks out with the ankle injury he suffered at Leeds on Saturday. The Blues manager doesn’t expect to have any of his currently injured players back for this weekend’s game at home to Huddersfield.
|McCarthy: Brighton a Huge Test Tue 27th Sep 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says tonight’s opponents Brighton and Hove Albion will be a “huge test” for his side with the third-placed Seagulls full of confidence having won their last three Championship matches.
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