On Tuesday, 22nd January 2019
|Rowe Nets Twice For Imps Tue 22nd Jan 2019 22:08 |
Danny Rowe scored twice on his second full debut for loan club Lincoln City as the Imps beat Yeovil Town 2-0 at Huish Park this evening.
|No Alcohol on Sale to Town Fans at Carrow Road Tue 22nd Jan 2019 16:53 |
Town have confirmed that no alcohol will be on sale to Blues supporters at the East Anglian derby against Norwich City at Carrow Road on Sunday 10th February (KO midday).
|Lambert: Time is Pressing On, We Have to Start Winning Games Tue 22nd Jan 2019 13:13 |
Boss Paul Lambert admits the Blues have to start winning games soon with the season pressing on and Town bottom of the table, seven points plus goal difference from safety.
|[Podcast] Blue Monday - New Podcast Now Online Tue 22nd Jan 2019 07:35 |
A new podcast from the Blue Monday team is now available.
On Monday, 22nd January 2018
|U23s Defeated By Blades Mon 22nd Jan 2018 20:53 |
Town’s U23s fell to their first defeat since mid-October as they were beaten 2-0 by Sheffield United at Portman Road in the Premier League Cup. Jordan Hallam and Tyler Smith netted the Blades goals in the first half.
|Trialist Sagaf Starts for U23s Against Blades Mon 22nd Jan 2018 18:11 |
Trialist Mohammed Sagaf starts for the U23s in this evening’s Premier League Cup match against Sheffield United at Portman Road this evening (KO 7pm).
|Smith's Departure for Colorado Rapids Confirmed Mon 22nd Jan 2018 17:26 |
Central defender Tommy Smith’s exit to the Colorado Rapids for an undisclosed fee has been confirmed with the 27-year-old admitting that it is a “big wrench” to leave the club he joined at 16. TWTD was first to reveal that the New Zealand international was closing in on a move to the MLS side earlier this month.
|Woolfenden Extends Bromley Loan Mon 22nd Jan 2018 16:05 |
Blues youngster Luke Woolfenden has extended his loan with Vanarama National League Bromley into a second month.
|U23s Host Sheffield United in Premier League Cup Mon 22nd Jan 2018 14:45 |
Luke Hyam, Tristan Nydam and Aaron Drinan are set to be involved when Town’s U23s face Sheffield United at Portman Road in the Premier League Cup this evening (KO 7pm).
|Waghorn Impressed By Town New Boys Mon 22nd Jan 2018 06:00 |
Blues top scorer Martyn Waghorn was impressed with debutants Cameron Carter-Vickers and Stephen Gleeson during Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Bolton Wanderers.
On Sunday, 22nd January 2017
|Bishop Plays an Hour in U23s Defeat at Liverpool Sun 22nd Jan 2017 15:41 |
Midfielder Teddy Bishop played the first hour as Town’s U23s were beaten 3-0 by their Liverpool counterparts in a Premier League Cup tie at Tranmere’s Prenton Park this afternoon.
|Huddersfield Town 2-0 Ipswich Town - Match Highlights Sun 22nd Jan 2017 14:00 |
Watch highlights of Town's 2-0 defeat at Huddersfield via the club's official YouTube account.
On Friday, 22nd January 2016
|Life's a Pitch Live on Saturday Fri 22nd Jan 2016 21:13 |
Life’s a Pitch is live over lunchtime on Radio Suffolk (midday to 2pm) with host Mark Murphy joined by legend-in-residence Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD's Phil Ham, who will be at Birmingham ahead of the game.
|Winger Oar Departs at His Own Request Fri 22nd Jan 2016 15:46 |
Town have announced that they have “reluctantly” agreed to terminate winger Tommy Oar’s contract at his own request, the Australian international having failed to settle in England.
|Birmingham City v Ipswich Town: Match Betting Fri 22nd Jan 2016 15:00 |
Fancy a flutter on Saturday's match?
|McCarthy: More Pressure on Me After Cup Changes Fri 22nd Jan 2016 14:00 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy admits there’s greater pressure on him ahead of Saturday’s game against Birmingham at St Andrew’s after he switched all his starting XI for Tuesday’s 2-1 FA Cup third round replay defeat at Portsmouth. The seventh-placed Blues go into the match one place and two points above the Midlanders.
|McCarthy and Connor Extend Town Contracts Fri 22nd Jan 2016 13:14 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy and his assistant Terry Connor have extended their contracts until the summer of 2018 with options to remain at the club for two further years. The duo, who previously worked together at Wolves, took over at Portman Road in November 2012 and signed three-year contracts in the summer of 2014.
|Foley Delighted to Join Town Fri 22nd Jan 2016 12:07 |
Full-back Kevin Foley says he's delighted to have joined Town, having put pen to paper on a contract to the end of the season, and could be involved in the Blues’ squad at Birmingham tomorrow if his international clearance is confirmed in time.
|A Team of Unsung Heroes - Notes for Birmingham Fri 22nd Jan 2016 11:00 |
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday afternoon’s crunch Championship fixture at St Andrew’s by delving into their forums.
|U18s at Colchester Fri 22nd Jan 2016 10:31 |
Town’s U18s are in action away against Colchester United at their Florence Park training ground on Saturday morning (KO 11am).
|Freddie Happy With First Year at Town Fri 22nd Jan 2016 06:00 |
Town striker Freddie Sears has reflected on his first year at Portman Road and stated: “I’m pretty pleased and I think I’ve had a good time here since day one.”
|Freddie Amongst the Front Runners Fri 22nd Jan 2016 06:00 |
Freddie Sears is probably one of the front runners for Town’s Player of the Year accolade – despite a barren spell in front of goal that he is desperate to end at Birmingham tomorrow.
|McCarthy: Unfair to Judge Fringe Players on Portsmouth Performance Fri 22nd Jan 2016 06:00 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy says it’s unfair to judge his fringe players on their performances as part of the much-changed side which was defeated 2-1 at Portsmouth in Tuesday's FA Cup third round replay.
|Sears: Big Game for Both Teams Fri 22nd Jan 2016 06:00 |
Town striker Freddie Sears is adamant Town have enough talent and sufficient strength in depth to sustain a play-off push, ahead of Saturday's away game against fellow top-six contenders Birmingham City.
|Sears: In Mick We Trust Fri 22nd Jan 2016 06:00 |
Had he been given the choice Freddie Sears admits he would have played in Tuesday’s FA Cup third round replay defeat at Portsmouth.
On Thursday, 22nd January 2015
|Brighton and Hove Albion 3-2 Ipswich Town - Highlights Thu 22nd Jan 2015 17:14 |
View highlights of the match against Brighton via the club's official YouTube channel.
|Sharp Set to Stay at Leeds Thu 22nd Jan 2015 15:39 |
Town appear likely to have to look elsewhere for another striker with Billy Sharp now expected to remain at Leeds.
On Wednesday, 22nd January 2014
|East Anglian Derby in Bowls Final Wed 22nd Jan 2014 22:03 |
There’s an East Anglian derby in the world of bowls on Thursday afternoon when Town supporter Katherine Rednall takes on Norwich-based Rebecca Field in the final of the Just Retirement Ladies World Matchplay Singles at the Potters Resort in Hopton, Norfolk (BBC2 1pm).
|Willbye Wins Goal of the Month Award Wed 22nd Jan 2014 15:55 |
Academy midfielder Jack Willbye’s 45-yard stunner during Town’s FA Youth Cup tie with Sunderland has won the League Football Education December 2013 U18 Academy Leagues Goal of the Month award.
|Woody Working Doubly Hard to Get Fit Wed 22nd Jan 2014 13:03 |
Midfielder Anthony Wordsworth is working doubly hard to get back to full fitness after his recent bouts of tonsillitis, an illness which he says has affected him on several occasions in the last few years.
|Naked Football Show Tonight Wed 22nd Jan 2014 10:30 |
This evening's Naked Football Show (ICR FM 6pm) will see host Graham Blackburn and guests Mark Anderson and Joe Ward discussing the Town issues of the moment.
On Tuesday, 22nd January 2013
|Dundee Keen to Take Scotland Back to Scotland Tue 22nd Jan 2013 10:53 |
Dundee manager Barry Smith is reported to be keen to take Jason Scotland back north of the border, where he previously played for the Dark Blues’ local rivals Dundee United and St Johnstone.
|U18s to Train at St George's Park Ahead of Derby Cup Clash Tue 22nd Jan 2013 09:56 |
Town’s U18s are travelling to the FA’s new national football centre at St George’s Park today, where they will stay and train ahead of Wednesday’s FA Youth Cup fourth round tie against Derby County at Pride Park (KO 7pm). If they beat the Rams, a home tie against Manchester City awaits in the fifth round.
|Peters on Trial at Whitecaps Tue 22nd Jan 2013 08:58 |
Former Blue Jaime Peters has joined MLS side the Vancouver Whitecaps on trial back in his native Canada. The 25-year-old was released by Town last summer and since then has spent time on trial at Leyton Orient and Yeovil, where he was on loan earlier in his career.
On Sunday, 22nd January 2012
|Pompey Crisis Could Lead to Player Sales Sun 22nd Jan 2012 19:02 |
Town’s chances of signing Portsmouth pair Jason Pearce (pictured) and Joel Ward appear to have increased after Pompey were issued with a winding up petition by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. The Hampshire club, whose proposed takeover collapsed at the end of last week, owe £1.6 million in unpaid PAYE.
|U18s Lose to Fulham Sun 22nd Jan 2012 00:59 |
Town's U18s fell to a 1-0 defeat against Fulham at Playford Road on Saturday morning.
On Saturday, 22nd January 2011
|Jewell Delighted With First Win Sat 22nd Jan 2011 18:41 |
Town manager Paul Jewell was delighted to get his first Blues win under his belt as goals from David Norris, Connor Wickham and Carlos Edwards saw his side to a 3-2 victory over Doncaster Rovers at Portman Road.
|Town 3-2 Doncaster Rovers Sat 22nd Jan 2011 17:12 |
Paul Jewell’s first home game in charge of Town saw the Blues come from behind to gain their first victory over Doncaster since 1957. The visitors went ahead in the first half through Billy Sharp but David Norris and Connor Wickham put Town in front after the break, before Sharp equalised, only for Carlos Edwards’s deflected shot to take all three points for the Blues.
|U18s Lose at Arsenal Sat 22nd Jan 2011 16:01 |
Town's U18s lost 1-0 to Arsenal at their London Colney training ground this morning.
|Lambe and Bermuda Lose Sat 22nd Jan 2011 15:44 |
Winger Reggie Lambe was on the losing side as Bermuda’s U20s lost 2-1 to Netherlands Antilles in their second CONCACAF U20 Championship second round qualifying group game in Surinam yesterday.
|Staff Advice Led to Martin Recall Sat 22nd Jan 2011 10:22 |
Blues boss Paul Jewell says he decided to recall winger Lee Martin from his spell at Charlton on the advice of Town's backroom staff. The Blues utilised their 24-hour call back option on the 23-year-old former Manchester United man on Tuesday.
|Jewell: Civelli So Much Like Kilbane Sat 22nd Jan 2011 09:12 |
New boss Paul Jewell says Argentinian midfielder Luciano Civelli reminds him of his former Wigan player Kevin Kilbane. Civelli, who is likely to be amongst the subs for today’s game against Doncaster, is still to get back into first team action after 22 months out following his multi-ligament knee injury.
|Jewell: We Can Develop Connor's Potential Sat 22nd Jan 2011 08:58 |
Paul Jewell says he hopes his own experiences as a striker can help Connor Wickham develop his potential, even though the new Town boss admits that he wasn’t actually that good during his own playing days. Yesterday, Wickham, 17, signed a new contract designed to keep him at Portman Road until 2013.
On Friday, 22nd January 2010
|Town Close Buttermarket Shop Fri 22nd Jan 2010 16:14 |
Town have announced the closure of the club shop in the Buttermarket. The Planet Blue store will shut its doors for the final time on February 7th.
|Keane to Rest Players for Southampton Trip? Fri 22nd Jan 2010 12:53 |
Town boss Roy Keane will have to decide whether to rest a few players for Saturday’s FA Cup trip to League One Southampton with two arguably more important Championship games following on Tuesday and next weekend. Midfielder David Norris, just back from a long-term knee problem, could be one of those left out.
|U18s in Youth Cup Rehearsal Fri 22nd Jan 2010 12:33 |
Town’s U18s face their next FA Youth Cup opponents Fulham in the FA Premier Academy League on Saturday morning at the Cottagers’ Motspur Park training ground (KO 11am). The teams are due meet in a fifth round Youth Cup tie at Portman Road on a date yet to be set.
|Smith Happy to Stay With Brentford Fri 22nd Jan 2010 10:21 |
Central defender Tommy Smith says he would be happy to stay on loan with Brentford until the end of the season if he isn’t in Town’s first team. The 19-year-old, who is aiming to seal a place in New Zealand’s World Cup squad for South Africa, joined the Bees for a month earlier in January.
|Keane: Walters Should Be in the Premiership Fri 22nd Jan 2010 08:40 |
Boss Roy Keane says skipper Jon Walters has been “outstanding” since he took over as boss last April and should be playing in the Premier League. Keane made Walters his captain in September after Alex Bruce suffered an injury and the Republic of Ireland B international has kept the armband ever since.
On Thursday, 22nd January 2009
|Rhodes to Brentford and Peters Joins Gillingham Thu 22nd Jan 2009 19:32 |
Striker Jordan Rhodes has joined Brentford on a month's loan, while winger Jaime Peters is off to Gillingham on a similar basis.
|Civelli Set for Medical Thu 22nd Jan 2009 16:34 |
Town target Luciano Civelli will undergo a medical as soon as he arrives in the UK, according to reports in Argentina. The 22-year-old's move to Town is being described as "almost a factâ€ by the Argentinian papers.
|Town Waiting on Thatcher Thu 22nd Jan 2009 16:21 |
Town will make a late decision on whether to include left-back Ben Thatcher in the squad ahead of Saturday's trip to Chelsea. The 33-year-old missed last Saturday's 4-1 win at Crystal Palace after being taken ill.
|Haynes Signs New Deal Thu 22nd Jan 2009 15:33 |
Danny Haynes has signed a one-year extension to his Town contract. The striker or midfielder, who turned 21 on Monday, will now be with the Blues until June 2011.
|Volz Out of Chelsea Trip Thu 22nd Jan 2009 12:42 |
Full-back Moritz Volz has ruled himself out of Saturday's trip to Chelsea due to a groin injury. The German defender, on loan from Fulham for the season, will however be at the game.
|Cheap Beer at Chelsea Thu 22nd Jan 2009 11:23 |
Chelsea are running a beer promotion prior to Saturday's FA Cup fourth round tie to try to get fans into Stamford Bridge as early as possible.
|No Brentford Return for Bowditch Thu 22nd Jan 2009 11:14 |
Brentford boss Andy Scott has ruled out Town's Dean Bowditch rejoining the Bees. Bowditch spent three months on loan at Griffin Park before recently returning to the Blues.
|Naked Podcast Online Thu 22nd Jan 2009 10:43 |
This week Graham and Phil are joined by David James and Jeremy Leeburn to talk about Palace, Chelsea, transfers, tickets and the FA Youth Cup.
|Civelli On His Way Thu 22nd Jan 2009 00:08 |
Argentinian left midfielder Luciano Civelli is set to travel to England in the next few hours to complete his move to Town, according to the latest reports in Argentina. The 22-year-old has left a training camp with Club Banfield to fly to the UK.
On Tuesday, 22nd January 2008
|Galway Coming to Town Tue 22nd Jan 2008 23:51 |
Eircom League side Galway United will spend five days at Playford Road next month as part of their pre-season programme. The Irish season runs through the summer and starts in March.
|Bowditch Back With Blues Tue 22nd Jan 2008 14:21 |
Striker Dean Bowditch has returned to the Blues at the end of his second month on loan at Northampton. The 21-year-old scored two goals in seven starts and three sub appearances while at Sixfields.
|Argyle Turn Down Norris's Transfer Request Tue 22nd Jan 2008 11:31 |
Plymouth Argyle have announced that they have turned down David Norris's request for a transfer. The Pilgrims board and manager Paul Sturrock met yesterday to discuss Norris's proposed move to either Town or Leicester City.
|Vote TWTD! Tue 22nd Jan 2008 09:35 |
The Football Fans Census are looking for nominations for The New Football Pools Fanzine Awards 2007-2008, which aim to recognise the great contribution that fanzines make and reward the best.
|Plymouth Hold Norris Board Meeting Tue 22nd Jan 2008 08:57 |
Plymouth Argyle manager Paul Sturrock attended a board meeting yesterday afternoon held to discuss Town's latest offer for David Norris. The Blues made a renewed bid last Thursday, understood to be £1.75 million plus add-ons which would take the fee towards £2 million.
On Monday, 22nd January 2007
|Smith Opts for England Mon 22nd Jan 2007 23:30 |
TWTD has learnt that academy central defender Tommy Smith has turned down the chance to play for New Zealand to commit his international future to England. The 16-year-old qualifies to play for both countries and was recently named in each of their U17 squads.
|Williams: I Want to Stay Mon 22nd Jan 2007 12:17 |
Midfielder Gavin Williams says he wants to stay at Portman Road despite being made available to other clubs by manager Jim Magilton. The Welsh international says his form has been affected by the speculation over his future in the wake of the Amsterdam trip.
|George: It Was Meningitis Mon 22nd Jan 2007 12:00 |
New signing George O'Callaghan has confirmed that his illness during his trial spell with Town was meningitis, contrary to statements put out by Cork City at the time. The midfielder, who made his Town debut on Saturday, was initially struck down with shingles which led to him developing viral meningitis.
|No Red Card Appeal Mon 22nd Jan 2007 11:10 |
Town will not be appealing against David Wright's red card during Saturday's 3-2 victory over Colchester after referee Graham Laws watched the video evidence and decided it supported his original decision.
|Fan Anger at Abusive U's Mon 22nd Jan 2007 10:25 |
Town are set to look into reports of abusive Colchester fans in home areas during Saturday's game between the two clubs. U's supporters were visible throughout the ground during the Blues' 3-2 victory.
|U18s Lose to Gunners Mon 22nd Jan 2007 00:10 |
Town's U18s were defeated 3-2 by Arsenal at their Shenley training centre on Saturday morning. Town's goals were scored by Jordan Rhodes and Tommy Smith.
|Irish Trialist Scores Two Mon 22nd Jan 2007 00:05 |
TWTD understands that trialist Vinny Faherty scored twice as Town's reserves defeated Millwall 3-1 in a behind-closed-doors friendly at Playford Road last Tuesday. Irish striker Faherty, 19, currently plays for Salthill Devon and was in the side which was crowned Eircom U21 League champions last month.
On Saturday, 22nd January 2005
|Joe Disappointed Sat 22nd Jan 2005 23:02 |
Boss Joe Royle was disappointed to have conceded a last gasp goal and drop two points against Reading. The Town manager felt the Blues deserved to win on the balance of play.
|Reading 1-1 Town Sat 22nd Jan 2005 20:19 |
Both Town and Reading scored in injury time of an entertaining game to draw 1-1. The Blues thought the had snatched the three points via Darren Bent's goal but Ivar Ingimarsson's later effort gave the Royals a share of the spoils.
On Thursday, 22nd January 2004
|Spartacus Bout at Academy Thu 22nd Jan 2004 15:05 |
Suffolk boxer Steve Spartacus is planning a hometown fight at the Blues' Playford Road Training Centre. Sparticus recently won the national light-heavyweight title and is keen to defend it in Ipswich.
|Goater Flattered Thu 22nd Jan 2004 14:56 |
Town loan target Shaun Goater says he is flattered that former boss Joe Royle is interested in taking him to Portman Road. The most successful period in the Bermuda international's career was playing under Royle at Manchester City.
|Santos and Bent Miss Out Thu 22nd Jan 2004 14:46 |
Georges Santos and Darren Bent are both out of Saturday's home fourth round FA Cup tie against Sunderland with ankle injuries. Better news for Town is that Jim Magilton and Chris Bart-Williams have both trained and John McGreal expects to be fit.
|Goater Doesn't Want Move Thu 22nd Jan 2004 13:59 |
Reading striker Shaun Goater has told Royals' boss Steve Coppell that he is unwilling to go out on loan. Meanwhile unwanted keeper Andy Marshall could be on his way to Millwall.
On Wednesday, 22nd January 2003
|Reserves 1-1 Leicester Wed 22nd Jan 2003 21:01 |
Town's second string will feel they should have got more than a draw from their game with Leicester. As it was Dean Bowditch's first half opener was equalised by Kevin Larvin in the second period.
|Finidi Deal Off Wed 22nd Jan 2003 15:06 |
Town midfielder Finidi George will not be joining Turkish side Fenerbahce according to Gerd Butzeck, the agent who had been brokering the deal. Butzeck told TWTD that he wasn't expecting any further interest from the Turkish club.
|Royle Expects Tough Game Wed 22nd Jan 2003 13:43 |
Town boss Joe Royle expects a tough game between Division One's two form sides when the Blues travel to Sheffield United on Saturday for their FA Cup fourth round tie.
|Bill Werbeniuk Dies Wed 22nd Jan 2003 13:27 |
Legendary Canadian snooker player and Town supporter Bill Werbeniuk has died of heart failure at the age of 56. Werbeniuk was one of snooker's most colourful characters during its hey day of the late seventies and early eighties.
|Dickinson Trial Setback Wed 22nd Jan 2003 11:49 |
Academy midfielder Robert Dickinson missed out on a chance to impress the West Ham management when their reserve game with Wimbledon was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch last night.
|Reserves Side Named Wed 22nd Jan 2003 11:24 |
Town have named the reserves side for tonight's game against Leicester City at Portman Road (KO 7pm). Included are Alun Armstrong, Richard Naylor and Martijn Reuser.
|Fenerbahce Confirm Link Wed 22nd Jan 2003 06:55 |
Fenerbahce vice-president Sadettin Saran has confirmed that his club are interested in taking Finidi George to Turkey. Earlier in the week we reported that the misfit Nigerian could be on his way to the Istanbul based side.
|Naylor Requests Common Wed 22nd Jan 2003 06:51 |
Town manager Joe Royle has revealed that Huddersfield have not been the only club to show interest in Richard Naylor. Yesterday Terriers' manager Mick Wadsworth said that he had had a loan bid turned down.
On Tuesday, 22nd January 2002
|Blackburn Game to Move Tue 22nd Jan 2002 21:52 |
Town's away match with Blackburn Rovers is set to move after the Lancastrians reached the final of the Worthington Cup, scheduled to be played the day after the planned game with Town.
|Reserves Squad Tue 22nd Jan 2002 17:26 |
Town have announced the squad for Wednesday's reserve game against Fulham at Woking's Kingfield Road ground (KO 7pm). There are a number of senior players in action including Titus Bramble, Wayne Brown, Jamie Clapham and Richard Naylor.
|Tickets News Tue 22nd Jan 2002 17:22 |
Any remaining tickets for Sunday's FA Cup tie with Manchester City will go on general sale on Wednesday. Ticket prices range from £17.50 - £28.50 (adults), £5.50 - £ 8.50 (under 16s) and
£13.50 - £17.50 (senior citizens).
|Cypriot Trial Confimred Tue 22nd Jan 2002 12:44 |
George Burley has confirmed that Cypriot international Petros Konnafis is at Portman Road for a trial, however, George Burley is yet to see him play and things are still at an early stage.
|Webster Praises Sereni Tue 22nd Jan 2002 12:42 |
Town keeper coach Malcolm Webster has praised the professional attitude shown by Matteo Sereni since losing his place in the side to Andy Marshall. Sereni has missed the last three games, but has not let his head drop.
|Gooch Visits Town Tue 22nd Jan 2002 12:40 |
Essex County Cricket coach Graham Gooch is seeking Town's advice on team spirit. The former England captain is a West Ham fan, but felt that Ipswich's team spirit was well worthy of investigation. Last season the Essex dressing room was not a harmonious place.
|Cypriot Trialist? Tue 22nd Jan 2002 10:54 |
Reports this morning claim that Town are to take Cypriot defender Petros Konnafis on trial with a possibilty that he may become a permanent signing. Konnafis is 22 and plays for Omonia Nicosia at present.
|Injury News Tue 22nd Jan 2002 10:52 |
Martijn Reuser, Mark Venus and John McGreal were all on the treatment table, but will probably be OK. Ulrich Le Pen and Tommy Miller, who picked up injuries in last week's reserve game, are also recovering well and should be available for selection.
|Burley on Bent Tue 22nd Jan 2002 10:48 |
George Burley has praised Marcus Bent and says it is up to him how far he goes in the game. Bent has scored five goals in the last five games as Town have moved themselves out of the relegation zone.
On Monday, 22nd January 2001
|Youths 3-1 Crystal Palace Mon 22nd Jan 2001 21:26 |
Town's youths beat Palace 3-1 at Portman Road this evening. Two goals from England U16s player Darren Bent and another from Robert Dickinson saw Town home with Palace's solitary goal coming from Antwi just after half-time.
|Venus Signs New Deal Mon 22nd Jan 2001 14:52 |
Town defender Mark Venus has signed a new 1.5 year deal with the Blues. Venus, who missed Saturday's game at Stamford Bridge, has been one of the stars of the season so far at is likely to resume at the heart of defence on Saturday at Sunderland.
|Reserve Match On Mon 22nd Jan 2001 14:35 |
Ignore the previous mail about the Wimbledon away reserves match. It is in fact on. The game will be on Wednesday 24th January, (KO 7.30pm) at Sutton United's ground, Gander Green Lane, presumably in Sutton.
|Magilton Charged by FA! Mon 22nd Jan 2001 13:50 |
The row which occurred after Andy D'Urso's bizarre penalty award on Saturday could cost Town dear. John McGreal already stands to miss three games, possibly the Worthington Cup Final. Now it has emerged that Jim Magilton is to be reported to the FA for comments made on the way off the field.
|Town Slam Referee Mon 22nd Jan 2001 11:02 |
Town players and management have slammed Saturday's referee Andy D'Urso after the ludicrous spot-kick and bizarre sending off of John McGreal. D'Urso is a man who has faced a lot of criticism in recent years, notably from Manchester United last season.
On Saturday, 22nd January 2000
|Bolton 1 - 1 Ipswich Sat 22nd Jan 2000 17:33 |
Matt Holland extend Town's unbeaten run to thirteen games with a late goal, after Bolton took the lead with a Holdsworth effort after 66 minutes (match report to follow). The result sees Town slip to fourth place after Barnsley scored an impressive 5-1 victory at home to Blackburn.