On Saturday, 22nd April 2017
|McCarthy Annoyed By Rotherham Defeat Sat 22nd Apr 2017 18:15 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy was annoyed that his much-changed side failed to take their chances and conceded a poor goal and were beaten 1-0 away by Rotherham United.
|Rotherham United 1-0 Ipswich Town - Player Ratings and Reports Sat 22nd Apr 2017 17:17 |
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|Rotherham United 1-0 Ipswich Town - Match Report Sat 22nd Apr 2017 17:17 |
Tom Adeyemi’s 79th minute goal saw already-relegated Rotherham United to a 1-0 win against a much-changed Blues side at the New York Stadium. Town keeper Dean Gerken saved a seventh minute Danny Ward penalty, while the Blues went closest to scoring when Dominic Samuel hit the bar in the first half.
|Rotherham United 0-0 Ipswich Town - Half-Time Sat 22nd Apr 2017 15:56 |
Dean Gerken saved an early Danny Ward penalty with Town’s game against Rotherham United at the New York Stadium remaining 0-0 at half-time.
|Rotherham United v Ipswich Town - Chatroom Open Sat 22nd Apr 2017 15:00 |
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|McCarthy Makes Nine Changes at Rotherham Sat 22nd Apr 2017 14:13 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy has made nine changes for this afternoon’s dead rubber at Rotherham with only skipper Luke Chambers and left-back Myles Kenlock remaining from the team which beat Newcastle United on Monday.
|ITFC Legends in Charity Action in Bury Sat 22nd Apr 2017 10:04 |
Town stars of the past such as Matt Holland, Russell Osman, Kieron Dyer and Titus Bramble will be in action alongside fans who have paid to grace the same turf at the ITFC Legends match at Bury Town’s Ram Meadow on Sunday afternoon (KO 3pm).
On Friday, 22nd April 2016
|Life's a Pitch Live on Saturday Fri 22nd Apr 2016 20:59 |
Life’s a Pitch is live over Saturday 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 the Riverside ahead of the game against Middlesbrough.
|FA Reveal Town Agent Spending Fri 22nd Apr 2016 17:38 |
Town paid out £163,403 in fees to registered intermediaries (previously licensed agents) for the four-month period between October 1st 2015 and February 1st 2016, the FA have revealed.
|Escape to Victory at Portman Road Fri 22nd Apr 2016 17:10 |
Portman Road will host a screening of Escape to Victory, the 1981 film featuring John Wark, Kevin Beattie, Russell Osman, Kevin O’Callaghan, Paul Cooper, Laurie Sivell and Robin Turner in addition to Pele, Bobby Moore, Sylvester Stallone and Michael Caine, on Saturday 21st May* to celebrate its 35th anniversary.
|Middlesbrough v Ipswich Town: Match Betting Fri 22nd Apr 2016 15:00 |
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|Owner Evans 146th Richest Fri 22nd Apr 2016 13:59 |
Town owner Marcus Evans is the 146th richest person in the UK with his wealth having remained static at £765 million, the same level as last year, according to the 2016 Sunday Times Rich List.
|Pitman: We Want to Spoil Boro Party Fri 22nd Apr 2016 12:43 |
Town will be looking to play the role of party poopers at Middlesbrough tomorrow and put the brakes on their opponents’ seemingly relentless march towards automatic promotion to the Premier League.
|Pitman: Gray, McCormack and Rhodes Three of the Best Fri 22nd Apr 2016 12:41 |
Town striker Brett Pitman has praised counterparts Andre Gray, Ross McCormack and Jordan Rhodes as three of the best around at Championship level.
|All Rhodes Lead to the Premier League – Notes for Middlesbrough Fri 22nd Apr 2016 11:00 |
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday’s game at the Riverside Stadium by delving into their forums.
|McCarthy Wants Strong Finish to Season Fri 22nd Apr 2016 06:00 |
Town visit Middlesbrough on Saturday with manager Mick McCarthy determined that his side should finish their season strongly, despite now having no realistic chance of making the play-offs. The Blues, who are without a win in six, are eighth in the table, eight points from the play-offs with just three games left to play.
|McCarthy: No Complaints About Style When We Were in the Top Six Fri 22nd Apr 2016 06:00 |
Boss Mick McCarthy says there were no complaints about his side’s style of play while Town were in the top six with the Blues manager feeling it’s results which have fuelled recent criticism, which in any case he believes may be being overstated.
|Pitman: Bolton Game Killed Our Momentum Fri 22nd Apr 2016 06:00 |
Joint-top scorer Brett Pitman has vowed Town will put this season’s disappointment behind them and have “a right go” to make up for it next term.
|Pitman: No Grudge With Jonas Fri 22nd Apr 2016 06:00 |
Brett Pitman has relived his end-of-game altercation with team-mate Jonas Knudsen at Hillsborough last week and stressed that neither player bears a grudge going forward.
|McCarthy: No Massive Summer Changes to Squad Fri 22nd Apr 2016 06:00 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy doesn’t expect to make significant changes to his squad but will bring in some new signings and will give on-loan youngsters such as Matt Clarke, who has spent the season with Portsmouth, a chance to prove themselves in pre-season.
On Wednesday, 22nd April 2015
|Forrest Inducted Into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame Wed 22nd Apr 2015 23:58 |
Former Town keeper Craig Forrest has been named amongst this year's inductees into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame. The 47-year-old will be officially inducted at a ceremony in Toronto in October.
|Ticket Sales at 22,500 for Game "as Big as They Come" Wed 22nd Apr 2015 19:38 |
Town have so far sold around 22,500 tickets for Saturday’s crucial final home game of the Championship season against Nottingham Forest, a match which owner Marcus Evans believes is "as big as they come".
|Murph's Old School Backing the Blues Against Forest Wed 22nd Apr 2015 13:59 |
The Portman Road faithful will be joined by a party of youngsters from striker Daryl Murphy’s old school, St Paul's Community College in Waterford, for Saturday’s crucial game against Nottingham Forest.
|Shrewsbury Youngster Linked Wed 22nd Apr 2015 12:32 |
Town and Celtic are amongst a number of clubs reported to be showing interest in Shrewsbury’s 18-year-old midfielder Josh Ginnelly (pictured right).
|Naked Football Show Tonight Wed 22nd Apr 2015 12:27 |
This evening's Naked Football Show (ICR FM 6pm) sees host Graham Blackburn joined by Tim Edwards to discuss all matters Town.
On Tuesday, 22nd April 2014
|Premier League Trio Eye Cresswell Tue 22nd Apr 2014 23:30 |
Scouts from Newcastle United, Southampton and West Brom were at Monday’s 2-2 home draw with AFC Bournemouth again running the rule over Blues left-back Aaron Cresswell.
|Town Down to Ninth Tue 22nd Apr 2014 22:32 |
Town have dropped to ninth in the Championship following Reading’s 2-0 home victory over Middlesbrough this evening.
|Doherty Hoping for Town Breakthrough Tue 22nd Apr 2014 16:15 |
Town midfielder Jack Doherty is targeting a breakthrough into the Blues first team when he returns from his loan spell back with his former club Waterford United. The 19-year-old, who also isn’t ruling out a further loan with an English club, is due back at Portman Road in July.
|Academy Showcase at Portman Road Tue 22nd Apr 2014 16:07 |
There’s a chance to catch some of the Town stars of the future in action on Wednesday night when Portman Road stages the annual Academy Showcase game with a Blues U15s side taking on their Tottenham counterparts (KO 7pm).
|Town Offer Half-Price Coaches to Burnley Tue 22nd Apr 2014 14:48 |
Town have reduced the price of coach travel to Saturday’s away game at Burnley by 50 per cent.
|Burnley Rail Travellers Face Bus Delay Tue 22nd Apr 2014 12:34 |
Fans travelling by rail from Ipswich to Saturday’s game at Burnley should note that buses will replace trains on the final leg of the journey.
|Adult Fitness Camps at Inspire Suffolk Tue 22nd Apr 2014 09:40 |
If you’re looking to become more active and improve your fitness levels then check out the new Adult Fitness Camps run by Inspire Suffolk, formerly the ITFC Charitable Trust, which start with a free taster session this week.
|McCarthy Making No Predictions Tue 22nd Apr 2014 06:00 |
Boss Mick McCarthy is still making no predictions about how the play-off race will pan out with Town having only two games left to play.
On Monday, 22nd April 2013
|U21s Win At Colchester Mon 22nd Apr 2013 20:55 |
Mark Timlin, Jack Marriott (pictured) and Michael Chopra netted the goals as Town’s U21s ended their 2012/13 campaign with a 3-0 victory at Colchester United.
|Voting Open for Junior Blues Player of the Season Mon 22nd Apr 2013 16:28 |
Voting is now open for the 2012/13 Junior Blues Player of the Season award. All fans aged up to 15 years old are entitled to vote for the player they feel has stood out most during the campaign.
|McCarthy and Tabb Keen to Do Deal Mon 22nd Apr 2013 12:28 |
Blues boss Mick McCarthy says he’d like to sign loan midfielder Jay Tabb on a permanent basis in the summer. The 29-year-old, who netted Town’s goal during Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Sheffield Wednesday, is out of contract at soon-to-be-relegated Reading and says he’d be keen to stay on at Portman Road.
|U21s at Colchester Mon 22nd Apr 2013 11:14 |
Midfielder Anthony Wordsworth will be back on familiar territory this evening when Town’s U21s take on Colchester’s youngsters at the Weston Homes Community Stadium (KO 7pm). Wordsworth joined the Blues from the U’s in January.
|McCarthy: That's What We Do Mon 22nd Apr 2013 06:00 |
Manager Mick McCarthy says he’s not sure precisely what's changed at Portman Road since he and assistant Terry Connor took over on November 1st, they’ve just gone about the job as they always do. Saturday’s point at Sheffield Wednesday took the Blues to within a whisker of confirming their Championship status for 2013/14.
On Friday, 22nd April 2011
|McCall Watches Leyton Orient-Peterborough Fri 22nd Apr 2011 22:06 |
Blues chief scout Steve McCall was spotted at Brisbane Road this afternoon watching Leyton Orient beat Peterborough United 2-1.
|Jewell Again Spotted Watching Southend's Ferdinand Fri 22nd Apr 2011 17:26 |
Town manager Paul Jewell was spotted at Southend’s 1-0 victory over Stevenage this afternoon, the second time in a week the Blues boss has visited Roots Hall. Shrimpers youngster Kane Ferdinand is understood to be reason for his regular trips to watch the League Two side.
|Bullard: It Didn't Feel Like a 5-1 Fri 22nd Apr 2011 15:00 |
Goalscorer Jimmy Bullard says last night’s heavy defeat to Norwich City didn’t feel like a match destined to end 5-1 with the Blues having plenty of possession. Despite last night's loss, the on-loan Hull City man remains confident that Portman Road will still be a good place to be next season.
|Train in Vain Fri 22nd Apr 2011 13:42 |
More than 50 fans missed last night’s derby defeat to Norwich due to severe disruption on the London to Ipswich railway line. Journeys from London Liverpool Street to Ipswich were taking three hours, almost three times as long as usual, causing supporters to arrive at Portman Road as late as the 70th minute of the match.
|Jewell: We Lost Key Battles Fri 22nd Apr 2011 10:14 |
Manager Paul Jewell bemoaned losing key battles at key times during Town’s 5-1 record defeat to Norwich City at Portman Road last night. The Blues boss says his team are a different side at home than they are away.
On Thursday, 22nd April 2010
|U18s Beat Pompey Thu 22nd Apr 2010 16:40 |
Town U18s were convincing 4-0 winners over bottom-of-the-table Portsmouth at Playford Road on Thursday afternoon.
|Newcastle Title No Surprise to Keane Thu 22nd Apr 2010 15:03 |
Town manager Roy Keane says that Newcastle carrying off the Championship title was no surprise to him. The Magpies will receive the trophy after Saturday’s game against the Blues at St James’ Park.
|Keane Keeping Quiet on Hooper Link Thu 22nd Apr 2010 11:57 |
Town boss Roy Keane has refused to comment on speculation that the Blues are amongst a number of clubs eyeing Scunthorpe striker Gary Hooper. Fellow Championship sides QPR and Derby and League One Leeds have also been linked, while Premier League clubs Wolves and Hull are reported to have watched the former Grays man in recent weeks.
On Wednesday, 22nd April 2009
|Keane Emerging as Strong Favourite Wed 22nd Apr 2009 19:57 |
Former Sunderland boss Roy Keane has emerged as a strong favourite for the Town manager's job in the hours since the club announced Jim Magilton's sacking.
|Clegg: Town Closing in On New Manager Wed 22nd Apr 2009 16:40 |
Chief executive Simon Clegg says Town are close to being able to name the successor to sacked manager Jim Magilton. Clegg says the Blues could make an announcement before the end of the week.
|Magilton and Gorman Sacked Wed 22nd Apr 2009 12:07 |
Town have terminated the contracts of manager Jim Magilton and assistant boss John Gorman, just one day into Simon Clegg's reign as chief executive.
|Town Confirm Muñoz Trial Wed 22nd Apr 2009 11:58 |
Town have confirmed that Athletic Bilbao midfielder Iñaki Muñoz is spending the week on trial with the Blues, as TWTD was first to report on Monday.
|Video: Ipswich 3-2 Norwich Wed 22nd Apr 2009 11:35 |
Relive the derby with four minutes of video highlights from Virgin.
|The Naked Football Show Tonight Wed 22nd Apr 2009 10:59 |
Don't forget The Naked Football Show this evening on ICR FM from 6pm-6.30pm. Graham Blackburn and Phil Ham will be joined by Jane Summerfield from Ipswich Town Ist and Johnny Leiston.
|Supple Out for the Season Wed 22nd Apr 2009 09:13 |
Keeper Shane Supple is out for the season having sustained a knee injury while out on loan at Oldham. The Republic of Ireland U21 international made five appearances for the Latics, but failed to win a game during that time.
On Tuesday, 22nd April 2008
|Walters Wins Players' Player Award Tue 22nd Apr 2008 23:24 |
Jon Walters was perhaps unsurprisingly the big winner at the club's end of season dinner at Trinity Park on Tuesday evening. Walters won both the Players' Player of the Year and the Corporate Boxholders and Sponsors Player of the Year awards.
|End of Season Dinner This Evening Tue 22nd Apr 2008 11:38 |
Town are holding their end of season awards dinner at Trinity Park this evening with several former players in attendance, including John Wark, Alan Brazil, Mick Mills, Ray Crawford and Chris Kiwomya.
|Eat With the Beat Tue 22nd Apr 2008 09:36 |
How would you like to come to an end of season meal and sit with Kevin Beattie and his wife, along with 78 FA Cup goalscorer Roger Osborne and Radio Suffolk's Mark Murphy? That's what's on offer from the Ipswich Town Independent Supporters Club (ITISC) in aid of the MS Society.
|Loanee Smith and Wolves Eyeing Play-Offs Tue 22nd Apr 2008 09:05 |
Town fans will be closely watching events at Molineux this evening as Wolves, two places and two points behind the Blues, face Cardiff City in their game in hand. Meanwhile, Tommy Smith is in action for loan club Stevenage Borough as they eye a play-off place in the Blue Square Premier.
On Sunday, 22nd April 2007
|U18s Defeat Hornets Sun 22nd Apr 2007 22:08 |
Jordan Rhodes scored the only goal as Town's U18s defeated Watford 1-0 at the UCL Training Ground at London Colney on Saturday morning. Rhodes struck just after the hour mark.
|Wright: Lads to Pay Fine Sun 22nd Apr 2007 21:43 |
Goalscorer David Wright says he is going to claim his fine back from his team-mates after being yellow-carded for the celebrations in the aftermath of his first Town goal at Carrow Road. Wright stabbed home the equaliser just after the hour mark in Sunday's 1-1 draw.
|Jim: Draw a Fair Result Sun 22nd Apr 2007 17:51 |
Boss Jim Magilton felt a draw was the right result after David Wright's second half goal won the Blues a point in the East Anglian derby at Carrow Road. Dickson Etuhu had given the Canaries ta first half lead.
|Norwich 1-1 Town Sun 22nd Apr 2007 15:57 |
David Wright's first ever Town goal saw the Blues to a 1-1 draw in the East Anglian derby at Carrow Road. The home side started the stronger and Dickson Etuhu put them in front on four, but as the game wore on Town got on top, Wright netting his goal in the 61st minute.
On Saturday, 22nd April 2006
|Joe: Jim Will Be Missed Sat 22nd Apr 2006 19:55 |
Joe Royle admitted he will miss skipper Jim Magilton when the Northern Irishman leaves Portman Road over the summer. Magilton played his final game at Portman Road as the Blues defeated Derby 2-0.
|Town 2-0 Derby Sat 22nd Apr 2006 19:01 |
Town ended their 2005/06 Portman Road campaign with a deserved 2-0 victory over Derby County. Skipper Jim Magilton said his goodbyes as second half goals from Nicky Forster and Darren Currie gave the Blues their first win in nine matches.
On Friday, 22nd April 2005
|Johnson Out of Town Game Fri 22nd Apr 2005 12:21 |
Leeds have announced that former England midfielder Seth Johnson will not be involved in any more of their games this season. Any further appearances would trigger a £250,000 payment to Johnson's former club Derby County.
|Big Dunc Linked Again Fri 22nd Apr 2005 11:44 |
Everton striker Duncan Ferguson is once again being linked with a move to Portman Road. The former Scotland international's name has often been mentioned in connection with the Blues since Joe Royle, Ferguson's former boss at Everton, took over as manager in 2002.
|Two Worries for Youths Fri 22nd Apr 2005 11:20 |
Town are sweating on the fitness of two of their Irish contingent ahead of tonight's delicately poised FA Youth Cup final second leg at Portman Road against Southampton (KO 7.45pm). Left-back Michael Synnott and central midfielder Owen Garvan both picked up knee injuries in Monday's first leg at the St Mary's Stadium.
On Thursday, 22nd April 2004
|Jim: Four Points Needed Thu 22nd Apr 2004 18:37 |
Town skipper Jim Magilton says the Blues need just four more points to seal a place in this year's play-offs.
|Squad for Forest Clash Thu 22nd Apr 2004 18:28 |
Hamstring injury victim Tommy Miller has been left out of Joe Royle's initial squad for Saturday's home game with Nottingham Forest. Miller's injury will be assessed on Friday, although it seems likely he will miss out.
|Police Respond to Trust Thu 22nd Apr 2004 16:31 |
Ipswich Town Ist, the Town Trust, has received responses from the Norfolk and British Transport Police forces regarding the problems encountered by Town fans at Norwich Station after the derby in March.
|Miller a Big Doubt Thu 22nd Apr 2004 14:17 |
Tommy Miller remains Town's big doubt ahead of Saturday's home game with Nottingham Forest at Portman Road. The midfielder has a hamstring injury and will be assessed on Friday.
|Town Congratulate Norwich Thu 22nd Apr 2004 10:03 |
Town chairman David Sheepshanks and manager Joe Royle were amongst the first to send their congratulations to Norwich City after their promotion to the Premiership was confirmed on Wednesday night after Sunderland's defeat at Crystal Palace.
On Tuesday, 22nd April 2003
|Reserves in Action Tue 22nd Apr 2003 18:55 |
Town's second string are in action on Wednesday night at Portman Road when they face Charlton Athletic (KO 7pm). Former Town star Hermann Hreidarsson could be involved for the Addicks after recovering from his gashed leg.
|Spanish Sereni Interest? Tue 22nd Apr 2003 14:04 |
Reports in Italy claim that Matteo Sereni may become a target for Spanish clubs when his loan spell at Brescia is up in the summer. The keeper's fine form has also led to speculation that he may get an international call before too long.
On Monday, 22nd April 2002
|No Break for Miller Mon 22nd Apr 2002 15:50 |
An x-ray has confirmed that Tommy Miller has not broken his foot. The midfielder was injured during Sunday's loss at Highbury and we understand that he is extremely doubtful for Wednesday's Boro game.
|Don't Give Up - Sheepy Mon 22nd Apr 2002 13:18 |
Town chairman David Sheepshanks has said he has not given up on Town surviving and praised the spirit on show in the pitch and the supporters off it at Highbury on Sunday.
|Croft Scores Mon 22nd Apr 2002 13:08 |
On-loan defender Gary Croft scored for Cardiff City on Saturday as his side beat Tranmere 1-0. Cardiff finished fourth in the Second Division.
|We Must Lose Habit - Bent Mon 22nd Apr 2002 13:07 |
Town striker Marcus Bent says Town need to throw off the habit of losing before they find themselves in the First Division. Despite a good performance on Sunday the Blues once more came away pointless.
|United Match Sells Out Mon 22nd Apr 2002 11:12 |
Town have announced that Saturday's match against Manchester United has sold out. Town had a small number of tickets avilable this morning by they went quickly.
|Reserves Squad Mon 22nd Apr 2002 11:01 |
Richard Naylor, back from his loan spell with Barnsley, is in a youthful reserves squad for tomorrow's game against Southampton. (Training Centre, KO 2pm).
|We're Gutted - Reuser Mon 22nd Apr 2002 09:47 |
Town midfielder Martijn Reuser says the Town side were gutted after yesterday's defeat at the hands of Arsenal. The Dutchman, who hit the post twice, says the Blues had their chances but that Arsenal's quality eventually told.
|Bent in England Action Mon 22nd Apr 2002 00:49 |
Town's Darren Bent was in the England U19s side which beat Lithuania 2-1 at Nottingham Forest's City Ground this afternoon, but was replaced with an achilles injury in the second half.
|U17s Lose Mon 22nd Apr 2002 00:44 |
Town's U17s lost their play-off quarter final at Manchester United 2-1 on Saturday. Town's youngsters went behind after 25 minutes before Dean Bowditch hit a second half equaliser.