Drinan Starts for U23s at Palace
Monday, 8th Jan 2018 12:39
New signing Aaron Drinan will make his first appearance in a Town shirt this afternoon when the U23s take on Crystal Palace at their Copers Cope training ground in a behind-closed-doors Professional Development League Two South clash (KO 1pm).
Drinan’s move from Waterford in his native Ireland was confirmed last week having been agreed in October.
The 19-year-old striker, an unused sub against Sheffield United on Saturday, has been training with the Blues since then.
No senior players are in the Town squad facing the Eagles youngsters this afternoon.
U23s: M Crowe, D Crowe, Clements, Blanchfield, Marshall, Webber, McKendry, McLoughlin, Folami, Drinan, Morris. Subs: Hayes, Patterson, McGavin, Wilton, Ndaba.
Please report offensive, libellous or inappropriate posts by using the links provided.
You need to login in order to post your comments
Blogs 247 bloggers
Missing Mick by SpiritOfJohn
Just like Jonas Knudsen I find myself pining for the good old days of the Mick McCarthy era. This current wave of optimism sweeping over the club must surely end soon and come crashing down around us. One day, maybe sooner maybe later, you will also feel some nostalgia for those halcyon days under McCarthy. With these thoughts in mind, here is a tribute to the great man and his legacy:
Managerial Musings by monty_radio
With new manager speculation at fever pitch and so many alluring names who may have thrown their hats into some alleged ring, or perhaps been bumped up in the odds due to a flurry of misplaced fivers, it’s time to step back and assess the relevant claims of the hopefuls.
Wanted: An Inexperienced New Manager by JollyJourno
Usually the top attribute any employer looks for in a new recruit to their organisation is experience. Experience of doing a job at the same level, and a track record of success at that level, should surely be a guarantee of similar outcomes at a similar-sized organisation, right?
We ALL Need to Come Together, Right Now, Over Town by IamSpartacus
This in-fighting is painful to see, read and hear. The Mick McCarthy was crap/great/boring/salvationesque claims are all true, and at the same time not. It is not binary.
Pragmatism Comes Before a Fall by obliquewordsmith
So, he’s gone and we can all find out what it is we’ve been wishing for.
Ipswich Town Polls
[ Vote here ]