|McCarthy Expecting Bouncing Ashton Gate Fri 12th Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy is expecting a bouncing Ashton Gate on Saturday with Bristol City’s home ground sold out ahead of new manager Lee Johnson’s first game in charge. The Blues, now seventh, visit the Championship’s 21st-placed team looking to end an uncharacteristic run of three away defeats in all competitions and climb back into the top six.
|No Final Day Deals at Town Mon 01st Feb 2016|
The January transfer window closed at 11pm with no final day moves in or out of Portman Road.
|McCarthy: United Line-Up Has Added to Pressure Fri 25th Sep 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy admits that there’s additional pressure on the Blues to beat Bristol City at Portman Road on Saturday after he changed his entire XI for Wednesday’s Capital One Cup third round defeat at Manchester United.
|Millwall 1-3 Town - Match Report Sat 17th Jan 2015|
Full debutant Noel Hunt scored twice and sub Jonny Parr once as Town beat Millwall 3-1 at the Den to climb back to second in the Championship. Hunt put the Blues two in front before Magaye Guyeye pulled a goal back for the Lions just before the break but Parr sealed it in the 77th minute.
|Millwall 1-2 Town - Half-Time Sat 17th Jan 2015|
Town lead Millwall 2-1 at the Den at the break, full debutant Noel Hunt having netted twice before Magaye Guyeye pulled a goal back just before the break for the Lions.
|Town Without McGoldrick, Skuse and Hyam Sat 17th Jan 2015|
Town are without David McGoldrick, Cole Skuse and Luke Hyam for this afternoon’s game at Millwall.
|McCarthy: Ollie's Voice Will Be Echoing In Their Ears Fri 16th Jan 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy expects the Millwall players will have Lions manager Ian Holloway’s voice ringing in their ears as they look to end their recent disastrous run of form by beating the Blues at the Den on Saturday.
|We’re Staring Down The Barrel - Notes for Millwall Fri 16th Jan 2015|
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday’s game by delving into their forums.
|McCarthy Looking Forward to Premier League Test Sat 03rd Jan 2015|
Boss Mick McCarthy says he’s pleased that his Town team have an opportunity to take on a Premier League side when they face Southampton at St Mary’s in Sunday afternoon's sell-out FA Cup third round tie. An away following of 5,500 will watch the Blues, who are second in the Championship, come up against the Premier League’s fourth-placed side.
|Ipswich Will Be Our Hardest Home Game All Season - Notes for Charlton Fri 28th Nov 2014|
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday's game by delving into their forums.
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