|Ex-Loanee Campbell Weighing Up Options Wed 29th May 2013|
Former Blues loanee DJ Campbell says he could move on from now-Championship QPR this summer with his contract at Loftus Road up this summer. Campbell, 31, was with the Blues between October and January and ended the season as Town’s top scorer with 10 goals from 17 games.
|Town 3-0 Crystal Palace Tue 16th Apr 2013|
Frank Nouble scored twice and Aaron Cresswell the Town goal of the season as three late first half strikes saw the Blues to a 3-0 victory over Crystal Palace at Portman Road. Palace dominated until keeper Julian Speroni gifted Nouble his first goal for the Blues on 37, then in first half injury time Cresswell slammed in a brilliant second, before another catastrophic error, this time from Peter Ramage, led to Nouble’s second. Mick McCarthy’s men comfortably saw out the second half.
|Nouble and JET Recalled Tue 16th Apr 2013|
Frank Nouble and Jay Emmanuel-Thomas come into the Town side for tonight’s game against Crystal Palace with Michael Chopra and Jay Tabb dropping to the bench.
|McCarthy Chasing Vital Three Points Tue 16th Apr 2013|
The Blues go into tonight’s home game against Crystal Palace looking for the three points which manager Mick McCarthy expects will be enough to guarantee Championship football during 2013/14. Town currently sit in 17th place on 53 points, four from the drop zone with four matches left to play.
|McCarthy Without Strike Pair for Hull Clash Fri 12th Apr 2013|
Manager Mick McCarthy will be without strikers David McGoldrick and Aaron Mclean for Saturday’s home game against Hull City. McGoldrick’s 93-day loan from Nottingham Forest is up and Mclean is unavailable against his parent club, while midfielder Lee Martin and defender Reece Brown again look set to miss out due to illness.
|McCarthy to Ring the Changes at Villa Fri 04th Jan 2013|
Manager Mick McCarthy is set to field a much-changed side as the Blues travel to Aston Villa in the third round of the FA Cup. The Town boss yesterday confirmed that with various loanees departed or unavailable, keeper Scott Loach, right-back Elliott Hewitt and striker Michael Chopra will start, while the club have received confirmation that new signings David McGoldrick and Aaron Mclean were registered in time to play.
|Campbell Won't Extend Town Loan Thu 22nd Nov 2012|
DJ Campbell has confirmed he will not extend his three-month Ipswich loan deal when it ends in January.
|McCarthy: Being Murdered By Palace a Sobering Experience Tue 06th Nov 2012|
Blues boss Mick McCarthy admitted that Town’s 5-0 defeat at Crystal Palace was “a sobering experience” and that the Eagles “murdered” his team.
|Crystal Palace 5-0 Town Tue 06th Nov 2012|
Mick McCarthy tasted defeat for the first time as Town manager as Ian Holloway's Crystal Palace ran out comfortable 5-0 victors at Selhurst Park. Yannick Bolasie had put the home side ahead at half-time before an extraordinary 11 minutes early in the second half in which Palace were awarded three penalties, Murray scoring two and having one saved, the Eagles striker later adding his third and the Eagles' fourth before sub Andre Moritz made it five in injury time.
|Drury in for N'Daw at Palace Tue 06th Nov 2012|
Andy Drury returns to the Town side in place of Guirane N’Daw as new manager Mick McCarthy takes charge of the Blues for the second time at Crystal Palace this evening (KO 8pm). The Senegalese international, who was forced off with cramp late in the 1-0 victory at Birmingham on Saturday, is included amongst the subs.
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