On Thursday, 19th October 2017
|Knudsen: I've Grown as a Player Since Joining Town Thu 19th Oct 2017 16:41 |
Town defender Jonas Knudsen believes he has made huge strides since first arriving in English football at the start of the 2015/16 season from Esbjerg FB in his native Denmark.
|Knudsen Hoping for Denmark Recall for Ireland World Cup Showdown Thu 19th Oct 2017 16:31 |
Sunday’s derby clash with Norwich may be uppermost in Jonas Knudsen’s mind right now but the Town defender also has his sights set on breaking into the Danish squad in time for next summer’s World Cup finals being hosted by Russia.
|Knudsen Out to Make it Three in Three Against Canaries Thu 19th Oct 2017 16:17 |
Town defender Jonas Knudsen is out to make it three goals in as many games against Norwich when they visit Portman Road on Sunday for the eagerly-awaited latest instalment of the East Anglian derby.
|Rotherham Boss Set to Quiz McCarthy on Plans for Loan Striker Moore Thu 19th Oct 2017 15:37 |
Rotherham boss Paul Warne says he’ll speak to his Town counterpart Mick McCarthy regarding his January plans for Kieffer Moore, who is on loan with the Millers, next week.
|The Naked Football Show: Podcast Now Online Thu 19th Oct 2017 10:15 |
This week's Naked Football Show is now available online.
On Wednesday, 19th October 2016
|U18s Thrash Kirkley & Pakefield in Premier Cup Wed 19th Oct 2016 22:06 |
Town's U18 side progressed to the second round of the Suffolk FA Premier Cup with a 5-1 victory over Thurlow Nunn Premier Division side Kirkley & Pakefield at Walmer Road on Wednesday evening, Jack Lankester and Conor McKendry (pictured) both scoring twice and Ben Folami once.
|Ipswich Town 2-0 Burton Albion – Gallery Wed 19th Oct 2016 16:17 |
Photos from last night's 2-0 victory over Burton Albion at Portman Road.
|Painter and Deller at Fourth Legends of Darts Wed 19th Oct 2016 16:10 |
Kevin Painter and Keith Deller are taking part in the fourth annual Town Legends of Darts event to raise funds for the Academy Association on Tuesday 7th February at Greshams Sport and Social Club in Tuddenham Road (7pm).
|U18s in Cup Action at Kirkley and Pakefield Wed 19th Oct 2016 13:24 |
Town’s U18s are in Suffolk Premier Cup first round action against Kirkley and Pakefield at Walmer Road this evening (KO 7.45pm).
|Naked Football Show Tonight on ICR Wed 19th Oct 2016 13:05 |
This evening's Naked Football Show (ICR FM 6pm) sees host Graham Blackburn joined by The Vulture to talk all things Ipswich Town.
|Sears Delighted to End Frustrating Spell Wed 19th Oct 2016 12:33 |
Striker Freddie Sears admitted he was delighted to end his frustrating goalless spell by netting the Blues’ second goal in last night’s 2-0 home victory over Burton Albion.
|Ipswich Town 2-0 Burton Albion - Match Highlights Wed 19th Oct 2016 12:14 |
Watch the highlights of Town's 2-0 home victory over Burton Albion via the club's official YouTube account.
On Monday, 19th October 2015
|Alabi on Target as U21s Draw at Bristol City Mon 19th Oct 2015 22:50 |
Town’s U21s played out an entertaining 1-1 draw on a pleasant autumn evening under the floodlights at an Ashton Gate. James Alabi’s finish on 79 minutes after good work by Dylan Connolly was cancelled out by a strike by City’s Charlie Harris five minutes later.
|Update: Oar and Tabb Miss Hull Trip as Hyam and Varney Make Progress Mon 19th Oct 2015 16:00 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that winger Tommy Oar will miss Tuesday’s game at Hull City having suffered a concussion during Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Huddersfield, while Jay Tabb has a hamstring injury. Better news is that long-term injured pair Luke Hyam and Luke Varney are getting closer to getting back to action.
|Hull City v Ipswich Town: Match Betting Mon 19th Oct 2015 15:00 |
Fancy a flutter on Tuesday's match?
|Skuse Signs New Deal Mon 19th Oct 2015 13:18 |
Town midfielder Cole Skuse has signed a new contract running until the end of June 2018 with an option for a further season. The 29-year-old’s current terms were due to end next summer, although the Blues had an option for a further season in that deal.
|McCarthy and Connor at Supporters Club AGM Mon 19th Oct 2015 12:12 |
Following the success of last year's event, this season's Supporters Club AGM will once again take the form of an open evening with fans having a chance to meet and question management representing many areas of the club's activities, both off-field and on-field, including boss Mick McCarthy and his assistant Terry Connor.
|The Blue Monday Podcast - Now Online Mon 19th Oct 2015 11:30 |
The latest edition of the Blue Monday podcast is now available online.
|Brown on Target for U18s Mon 19th Oct 2015 10:56 |
Contrary to Saturday’s report, Charlie Brown scored the Blues goal as Town’s U18s lost 3-1 at Cardiff on Saturday.
|Douglas: We Need to Stick Together Mon 19th Oct 2015 06:00 |
Midfielder Jonathan Douglas says everyone at Town has to stick together during what he admits is a frustrating period for players and fans alike.
On Sunday, 19th October 2014
|Premier League Scouts Out in Force to Watch Mings Sun 19th Oct 2014 09:55 |
Premier League scouts were once again at Portman Road en masse yesterday to watch left-back Tyrone Mings in action.
On Saturday, 19th October 2013
|U18s Beat QPR Sat 19th Oct 2013 21:36 |
Joe Robinson’s penalty was the only goal as Town’s U18s beat QPR 1-0 at Playford Road.
|Taylor Hits Post as Posh Win Again Sat 19th Oct 2013 20:41 |
On-loan striker Paul Taylor got another 62 minutes under his belt as Peterborough United beat Shrewsbury 1-0 at London Road.
|McCarthy: We Let Our Guard Down Sat 19th Oct 2013 18:21 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy felt his side would have earned a deserved a point but for letting their guard down and conceding Scott Arfield’s 80th minute goal.
|Ipswich Town v Burnley - Ratings Sat 19th Oct 2013 17:42 |
Who would be your man of the match for today's match against Burnley?
|Ipswich Town v Burnley - Your Report Sat 19th Oct 2013 17:41 |
If you saw the match today, please submit a mini match report.
|Town 0-1 Burnley Sat 19th Oct 2013 17:16 |
Scott Arfield’s second half goal saw league leaders Burnley to a 1-0 victory over the Blues, their first win at Portman Road since January 1970. The midfielder stooped to head home in the 80th minute of a tight and keenly contested encounter.
|Town 0-0 Burnley - Half-Time Sat 19th Oct 2013 16:07 |
Cole Skuse went close with two late strikes but Town and Burnley are level at 0-0 at the break.
|Ipswich Town v Burnley - Chatroom Open Sat 19th Oct 2013 14:54 |
Join in with fellow Town fans in our chatroom.
|Town Unchanged Again Sat 19th Oct 2013 14:40 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy has named the expected unchanged line-up for this afternoon’s home game against Burnley.
|Vegalta Sendai to Present Shirt to Town Sat 19th Oct 2013 13:30 |
Town will be presented with a shirt from Japanese club Vegalta Sendai prior to Saturday’s game against Burnley. Grant Cummings, one of the producers of the upcoming documentary film Football, Take Me Home, explains why.
|Listen Now: Alan Mahon and Football, Take Me Home on Life's a Pitch Sat 19th Oct 2013 11:50 |
Former Blues loanee and ex-Burnley midfielder Alan Mahon is this week’s star guest on BBC Radio Suffolk’s Life’s a Pitch, which is live over Saturday lunchtime (midday to 2pm). Mark Murphy is joined by the show’s other regulars, legend-in-residence Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham.
|McCarthy: I Can Do Nothing About Speculation Sat 19th Oct 2013 06:04 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy he can do nothing about the ongoing speculation linking him with his old job of manager of the Republic of Ireland. The 54-year-old says he’s not doing anything to encourage it, although won’t rule himself in or out of the running until such time as the FAI officially ask him whether he is interested.
|Dyche Doing Brilliantly Sat 19th Oct 2013 06:03 |
Blues boss Mick McCarthy believes his Burnley counterpart Sean Dyche was very unfortunate to lose his job at Watford in July 2012, but says he’s done “brilliantly” to build a Clarets side which is currently top of the Championship having taken over at Turf Moor three months later.
|Tunnicliffe Out to Extend Impressive Home Run Sat 19th Oct 2013 06:02 |
Loan star Ryan Tunnicliffe believes Town can extend their impressive home record when Championship leaders Burnley visit Portman Road on Saturday.
|McCarthy: We're Playing Better Football This Year Sat 19th Oct 2013 06:01 |
Boss Mick McCarthy believes his side is playing better football than they were last season. The Blues go into today’s game against league leaders Burnley looking to extend their home winning streak to four games.
|Terrific Night for the Club Sat 19th Oct 2013 06:00 |
Blues boss Mick McCarthy was thoroughly impressed by England’s U21s during their 5-0 demolition of Lithuania at Portman Road on Tuesday.
On Friday, 19th October 2012
|Life's a Pitch on Saturday Fri 19th Oct 2012 22:02 |
BBC Radio Suffolk’s Life’s a Pitch is live over Saturday lunchtime (midday to 2pm) with presenter Mark Murphy joined by the show’s regulars, Blues legend Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham, who will be in Hull ahead of the game.
|Jewell Faces Selection Dilemmas For Hull Trip Fri 19th Oct 2012 12:30 |
Town boss Paul Jewell will have to decide which one of his six domestic loanees to leave out of his matchday 18 for Saturday’s game at Hull City. Football League rules permit clubs to name only five in a squad.
|Reo-Coker Aiming to Lead Town Up the Table Fri 19th Oct 2012 12:04 |
New signing Nigel Reo-Coker has underlined his ambition to help lead Ipswich away from the Championship drop zone.
|Chopra Hearing Date Set Fri 19th Oct 2012 10:00 |
The hearing into the race-fixing charges faced by striker Michael Chopra has been set for January 14th next year.
|Reo-Coker: Everything Fell Into Place At Town Fri 19th Oct 2012 06:06 |
Ipswich new boy Nigel Reo-Coker has explained the background to his move to Portman Road on a three-month deal. The 28-year-old midfielder quit Bolton when they were relegated from the Premier League last season and had been without a club until agreeing a short-term contract last weekend.
|Loach Taken Out of Firing Line Fri 19th Oct 2012 06:04 |
Town boss Paul Jewell says keeper Scott Loach has been taken out of the firing line following a drop in form. The Blues manager signed Stephen Henderson on a three-month loan from West Ham earlier this week and the Irishman is set to make his Town debut at Hull on Saturday.
|Reo-Coker Was Close to Monaco Move Fri 19th Oct 2012 06:03 |
New midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker was close to joining Monaco before signing a three-month deal with the Blues last weekend, manager Paul Jewell has revealed. The 28-year-old, pictured with fellow new addition Stephen Henderson and chief executive Simon Clegg, looks set to make his Town debut at Hull on Saturday.
|Reo-Coker: Too Early for Relegation Talk Fri 19th Oct 2012 06:02 |
Nigel Reo-Coker has insisted he does not see Ipswich becoming embroiled in a relegation dogfight this season.
|Youngsters Could Go Out On Loan Fri 19th Oct 2012 06:01 |
Town boss Paul Jewell says that while he’s going to stick Town’s loan signings at the current level of eight, some of the younger members of the squad could be moved out on a similar basis in order to gain experience. Striker Ronan Murray, who spent much of last season with Swindon, and left-back Joe Whight would appear the most likely candidates to be sent out for spells if clubs can be found for them.
|Reo-Coker: Loanees Can Bring Success Fri 19th Oct 2012 06:00 |
New recruit Nigel Reo-Coker does not believe the fact that Ipswich currently have eight loan players in their squad will have a detrimental effect on team spirit at Portman Road.
|Jewell: Long-Term Approach Not Abandoned Fri 19th Oct 2012 06:00 |
Town boss Paul Jewell insists that this summer’s much-vaunted look towards the long-term has not been abandoned, despite the total of loan players having risen to eight. He says that he would have preferred to bring players in on a permanent basis during the transfer window but for one reason or another deals – including those for some of the players he has now brought in on loan - couldn’t be done.
On Wednesday, 19th October 2011
|Leddy Nets as Ireland Romp to Win Wed 19th Oct 2011 14:29 |
Academy midfielder Jonny Leddy netted a 32nd minute penalty as the Republic of Ireland U17s hammered Liechtenstein 8-0 in the opening game of their European Championships qualification mini-group in Kazakhstan this morning.
|Chopra Faces Driving Ban Wed 19th Oct 2011 13:43 |
Town striker Michael Chopra is facing being banned from driving having admitted travelling at 106 mph on the A12 in Essex on September 13th when he was clocked by a handheld speed gun.
|Naked Football Show Tonight Wed 19th Oct 2011 11:20 |
This evening's The Naked Football Show (ICR FM 6pm) sees Graham Blackburn and this week's stand-in host David James joined by The Man from Block H and Gerry Barker to discuss Town’s continuing, if occasionally slightly streaky, renaissance.
|Leddy Set for Irish Cap Wed 19th Oct 2011 09:42 |
Academy midfielder Jonny Leddy is set to win his third Republic of Ireland U17 cap this morning when they take on Liechtenstein in the first game of their European Championship first phase qualifying group in Kazakhstan.
|Jewell Pleased With Town's Resilience Wed 19th Oct 2011 09:23 |
Town boss Paul Jewell was pleased with his side’s resilience if not their overall performance during Tuesday's 1-0 victory over Portsmouth. Keith Andrews's second half goal saw the Blues to a fortunate win and up into the play-off places.
On Tuesday, 19th October 2010
|Keane: Silly Five Minutes Cost Us Tue 19th Oct 2010 22:49 |
Boss Roy Keane blamed a silly five-minute spell just before half-time for the Blues’ 2-1 defeat at Watford. Town conceded goals from Stephen McGinn and Marvin Sordell shortly before half-time, the Blues having shaded what had been a tight game up to that point.
|Watford 2-1 Town Tue 19th Oct 2010 21:49 |
Skipper David Norris netted his fifth goal of the season but it wasn’t enough to prevent the Blues from falling to a 2-1 defeat at Watford. Town had been the better side up to a two-goal Hornets salvo just before the break and got back on top in the closing stages after Norris’s goal but were unable to grab the equaliser.
|Youngsters Could Go Out on Loan Tue 19th Oct 2010 15:11 |
Blues boss Roy Keane says he’s considering whether to let one or two of the younger members of his squad leave on loan in order to gain experience. The Town manager says Republic of Ireland U19 international striker Ronan Murray is amongst those interesting lower league sides.
|Keane: Scotland Can Score 20 Goals Tue 19th Oct 2010 14:00 |
Boss Roy Keane says he will be surprised if four-goal striker Jason Scotland hasn’t scored 15 or 20 times by the end of the season. Scotland has netted a goal every other game in the league for the Blues since moving to Portman Road from Wigan Athletic for £750,000 in August.
|Dozzell Running Coaching Courses Tue 19th Oct 2010 11:41 |
Former Blue Jason Dozzell is holding more of his two-day coaching courses for kids. The ex-midfielder will be running the sessions at Ransomes Sports Club in Sidegate Avenue on Thursday 28th and Friday 29th October from 10am until 3pm.
|Keeper Murphy Set to Return at Watford Tue 19th Oct 2010 11:03 |
TWTD understands that keeper Brian Murphy will return to the Town side when the Blues face Watford at Vicarage Road this evening (KO 7.45pm). Regular first choice Márton Fülöp is set to miss out having picked up a knock during Saturday’s home defeat to Coventry.
|Keane Hits Out at Critics Tue 19th Oct 2010 07:00 |
Town manager Roy Keane says some of those criticising his tactics in the wake of Saturday’s 2-1 home loss to Coventry know nothing about football. The Blues boss was disappointed with the lack of support given to his players, particularly the younger members of his side, during the weekend defeat.
On Monday, 19th October 2009
|Reserves at Peterborough on Wednesday Mon 19th Oct 2009 18:30 |
Town’s reserve game at Peterborough United has switched to this Wednesday afternoon (London Road, KO 2pm), having previously been set for December 16th.
|Walters to Keep Armband? Mon 19th Oct 2009 17:08 |
Boss Roy Keane says he is undecided who will captain the Blues if Alex Bruce returns to the side when Town take on Watford at Portman Road on Tuesday. Jon Walters has worn the armband during Bruce’s recent absence due to a groin injury.
|Trio in Northern Ireland Squad Mon 19th Oct 2009 15:40 |
Academy trio Rory McKeown (pictured), Cormac Burke and Josh Carson have been named in the Northern Ireland squad for the UEFA European U17 Championships qualifying tournament in Andorra next week. The three all won their first two U17 caps in friendlies in Greece earlier this month.
|Boothroyd Not Commenting on Lisbie Return Mon 19th Oct 2009 13:07 |
Colchester boss Aidy Boothroyd has refused to comment on Roy Keane’s decision to recall striker Kevin Lisbie from his season-long loan in January. Lisbie wants to remain with the U’s but Keane says other clubs are interested in signing him on a permanent basis.
|Keane Sets Sights on Another Target Mon 19th Oct 2009 10:26 |
Boss Roy Keane has set his sights on another loan target after the player he chasing at the end of last week decided to remain with his Premier League club. Keane is looking for two additions to his squad, but is currently only making progress on one front.
On Friday, 19th October 2007
|Tube Problems Fri 19th Oct 2007 15:31 |
Fans travelling to Saturday's game at QPR should be warned that there will be disruption on the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City tube lines over the weekend.
|Trotter in Squad Fri 19th Oct 2007 15:10 |
Town have included young midfielder Liam Trotter in the squad for Saturday's trip to QPR after some impressive performances in the reserves.
|Legwinski Set to Return at QPR Fri 19th Oct 2007 11:49 |
Town will revert to their away 4-5-1 away formation when they travel to QPR on Saturday still looking for their first away win of the season. Sylvain Legwinski will return to the side after dropping to the bench for the home victory over Preston a fortnight ago.
|McManus Link Denied Fri 19th Oct 2007 10:53 |
Town are reported to have refuted Chester chairman Stephen Vaughan's claim that the Blues made an enquiry regarding young striker Paul McManus.
|Adámik To Return? Fri 19th Oct 2007 10:36 |
Trialist Josef Adámik has left Portman Road after his trial, but boss Jim Magilton has not ruled out taking his interest in the ZTS Dubnica defender further.
On Thursday, 19th October 2006
|Murphy in Ireland Squad Thu 19th Oct 2006 16:49 |
Academy striker Paul Murphy has been included in a Republic of Ireland U16 A squad for a friendly with Northern Ireland next week.
|Wilnis: I Was Rusty Thu 19th Oct 2006 13:22 |
Full-back Fabian Wilnis took responsibility for two of the three second half goals Town conceded against Preston on Tuesday and blamed rustiness after spending the previous games sat in the stand.
|Noble: I Could Return Thu 19th Oct 2006 10:53 |
Midfielder Mark Noble says he would be happy to return to Town on a second loan spell in January if West Ham are keen for him spend more time away from Upton Park. Noble's current three-month loan is up after Town's home game with Sheffield Wednesday on November 11th and is not permitted return until January.
On Wednesday, 19th October 2005
|No Breaks for Pair Wed 19th Oct 2005 14:29 |
Scans have shown that injured duo Owen Garvan and Kevin Horlock did not break any bones during last night's 2-2 draw with Coventry. Garvan was forced off early on with an ankle problem, while Horlock came off at the break with injured rubs.
|Player Faces Fine Wed 19th Oct 2005 09:33 |
Boss Joe Royle says that the player who lost Gary McSheffrey for Coventry's first goal will be fined. Spanish full-back Sito appeared to be the man who should have been marking the Sky Blues forward as the corner came over from the left.
|Clarke's Ireland Through Wed 19th Oct 2005 00:21 |
Academy striker Billy Clarke played 70 minutes as the Irish U19 side defeated Moldova 3-0 in Cobh to go through to the next phase of UEFA U19 Championship qualifying. Clarke, who scored in the 2-1 win over Northern Ireland on Sunday, was not amongst the scorers on this occasion.
|Joe Proud of Players Wed 19th Oct 2005 00:09 |
Boss Joe Royle said he was proud of his players despite his side losing a two-goal lead against Coventry City. The Town manager felt his team's performance was a vast improvement on Sunday's defeat at Reading.
On Tuesday, 19th October 2004
|Leicester 2-2 Town Tue 19th Oct 2004 23:20 |
An own goal from Matt Heath gave the Blues a deserved point in an entertaining game at the Walkers Stadium. Town went ahead through Ian Westlake in the first minute but Leicester hit back through David Connolly and Heath either side of the break, before the latter netted at the wrong end late on.
|Town in FIFA Taskforce Tue 19th Oct 2004 17:58 |
Town Chairman David Sheepshanks has been selected to join a new FIFA taskforce and will be one of only three from Europe. Sheepshanks will join Barcelona's President Joan Laporta and Franz Beckenbauer of Bayern Munich.
|Squad for Leicester Tue 19th Oct 2004 14:58 |
Town have named a 17-man squad for tonight's trip to Leicester City. Young defender Aidan Collins looks to be included as cover for Jason de Vos who has a hairline fracture of the toe.
|De Vos to Play? Tue 19th Oct 2004 11:24 |
Canadian central defender Jason De Vos should be in the Town side which takes on Leicester at the Walkers Stadium tonight after all. Yesterday Town manager Joe Royle said he planned to rest De Vos due to the toe injury he picked up while on international duty last week.
|Bowden: No Sales Needed Tue 19th Oct 2004 11:01 |
Town chief executive Derek Bowden has told manager Joe Royle that unless the club receive an offer they can't refuse his squad will remain intact for the rest of the season. Bowden has also reaffirmed that the Blues have the cash in place to bring in at least one loanee.
|Matt: Town the Best Tue 19th Oct 2004 10:34 |
Former Town loanee Matt Elliott says that Town are probably the best passing side in the Championship. The veteran central defender spent two months on loan with the Blues towards the end of last season.
On Saturday, 19th October 2002
|McCarthy Linked Sat 19th Oct 2002 21:19 |
Ireland manager Mick McCarthy is being touted as another possible successor to George Burley in the tabloids.
|Reading 3-1 Town Sat 19th Oct 2002 18:30 |
Yet another woeful Town display saw a 4,000 strong following return to Suffolk after a defeat to Reading and pondering which manager might be capable enough of turning the club around. Town were two-down after a disastrous first 45 minutes for the team as a whole and for Andy Marshall in particular. A second half fightback was halted when Pablo Couñago was shown a red card.
|Hessenthaler on Town Job Sat 19th Oct 2002 10:07 |
Gillingham manager Andy Hessenthaler has responded to claims that he is amongst the legion of managers in the running for the Town job. Hessenthaler described the Blues as a "massive club."
|Players Backing Mogga Sat 19th Oct 2002 10:06 |
A couple of members of the Town squad appear to be backing Tony Mowbray in his bid to become Town's new manager. The temporary boss takes his side to Reading's Madejski Stadium this afternoon.
|Academy Games Sat 19th Oct 2002 10:04 |
Town's Academy sides are in action today, both kicking off their matches at noon.
On Friday, 19th October 2001
|Chelsea Ticket News Fri 19th Oct 2001 20:03 |
Town have been given 3000 tickets for the away game with Chelsea on Sunday November 4th. Tickets cost £28 or £20 senior citizens plus 100 junior tickets at £11.
|Squad for Fulham Fri 19th Oct 2001 19:26 |
Town have announced the squad for Sunday's 1pm kick-off game at Fulham. Alun Armstrong is included after missing out against Helsingborgs IF.
|Helsingborgs IF Away on BBC2 Fri 19th Oct 2001 16:17 |
Reports this afternoon say that Town's away leg with Helsingborgs IF will be shown live on BBC2.
|Return to the North! Fri 19th Oct 2001 15:36 |
Town have announced a revised date for the beginning of the move back North for the displaced fans. Originally the West Ham game on October 28th had been pencilled in, but that is now seen as an impossible target to meet.
|No New Injuries Fri 19th Oct 2001 13:22 |
George Burley has confirmed that there were no new injuries sustained in last night's 0-0 draw with Helsingborgs IF. Alun Armstrong looks likely to be OK for Sunday's game with Fulham while Titus Bramble remains onthe sidelines.
|Wark and Beattie in TV Action Fri 19th Oct 2001 12:58 |
Anglia TV's Soccer Sunday programme this weekend (Sunday 5pm) catches up with Town legends Kevin Beattie and John Wark who are still putting on
the style in the Ipswich and Area Licensed Trade League Division Three.
|Taricco Escapes Ban Fri 19th Oct 2001 11:10 |
Town legend Mauricio Taricco has escaped a ban after no action was taken over his 'horror tackle' on Everton midfielder Thomas Gravesen. Taricco caused a gash to Gravesen's foot which was widely condemned and a ban was expected.
|Players Kept in Dressing Room Fri 19th Oct 2001 10:41 |
The Town players were kept in the dressing room for an hour after last night's performance against Helsingborgs IF. Manager George Burley was clearly deeply unhappy with the display, although did have encouraging words for sub Sixto Peralta.
|Helsingborgs Anthrax Threat Fri 19th Oct 2001 10:39 |
Suffolk police were angry last night after an Anthrax hoax at the hotel where Helsingborgs IF were staying. An envelope containing a white powder was pushed under the door of Helsingborgs manager Nanne Bergstrand, but this turned out to be an energy drink.
|Malster Solicitor on Latest Appeal Fri 19th Oct 2001 10:36 |
Rose Malster's solicitor Richard Buxton has commented on the latest action he and his client are taking against the new North Stand. Last week it emerged that Malster is to attempt to take her appeal over the council's decision to grant permission for the new stand to the European Court, a process which could halt work on the stand.
|Managers on Result Fri 19th Oct 2001 02:28 |
George Burley praised Matteo Sereni for his match saving role for Town against Helsingborg at Portman Road last night. The Town keeper saved Town's unbeaten home European record as the Swedish side had the better of the chances.
On Thursday, 19th October 2000
|Ticket Change Thu 19th Oct 2000 15:30 |
Town are to change their policy on season ticket match numbers. From the Middlesbrough game onwards matches will be numbered at random and not in consecutive order as they have up to now. This will mean that supporters will have to bring their entire ticket books to matches rather than just the day's voucher.
|Town React to Crowd Concerns Thu 19th Oct 2000 11:57 |
Town have reacted to supporters' concerns over the large number of West
|Town deny Earnshaw interest Thu 19th Oct 2000 10:34 |
Town deny any interest in Cardiff City striker Robert Earnshaw. George Burley said of the Wales U21 player; "I won't comment on contracted players, but he is someone I don't know much about"
On Tuesday, 19th October 1999
|Town Losing Cash Tue 19th Oct 1999 13:33 |
Town are losing £30,000 a week according to their annual accounts and ended the last financial year with an overdraft of over £3 million. Since then of course, Kieron Dyer has been sold for £6 million stabilising the situation and allowing George Burley to bring in John McGreal, Gary Croft and Jermaine Wright.