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Leadbitter: We Knew We'd Let Everyone Down at Norwich Thu 02nd Dec 2010 23:21
Carling Cup goal hero Grant Leadbitter says the players were well aware that they had let everybody down with their performance at Norwich last Sunday and didn't need Roy Keane to tell them. The 24-year-old netted the penalty which saw the Blues bounce back and beat West Brom 1-0 on Wednesday, setting up a two-legged Carling Cup semi-final against Arsenal.
Keane: We Had Enough Chances to Win By More Thu 02nd Dec 2010 13:59
Town boss Roy Keane felt his side had created enough chances to have beaten West Brom more comfortably in Wednesday night’s Carling Cup quarter-final at Portman Road. In the end it was Grant Leadbitter’s 69th minute penalty which saw his side through to a two-legged semi-final against Arsenal.
Legendary Duo Holding Signing Session Thu 02nd Dec 2010 12:51
Town legends Kevin Beattie and Mick Mills will be signing copies of 1980-81 — The Greatest Season in Ipswich Town’s History at Glasswells Ipswich on Saturday from 10.30am to 11.30am, prior to the Blues’ live Sky game at home to Swansea (KO 12.45pm). The duo will be joined by Father Christmas for the signing session.
Edwards Backing England World Cup Bid Thu 02nd Dec 2010 10:12
Midfielder Carlos Edwards says England deserves to be awarded the 2018 World Cup by FIFA later today. The destinations of the next two tournaments are in the process of being decided in Zurich.
Keane Delighted for Players, Staff and Fans Wed 01st Dec 2010 23:09
Boss Roy Keane said he was delighted for his players, his staff and Town’s beleaguered supporters after the Blues defeated West Brom 1-0 at Portman Road to set up a Carling Cup semi-final with Arsenal. Grant Leadbitter’s 69th minute penalty was enough to see Town through to the last four of the competition for the first time in 10 years.
Town Draw Arsenal Wed 01st Dec 2010 22:20
Town’s reward for defeating West Brom in the Carling Cup quarter-final is a two-legged semi-final against Arsenal.
Town 1-0 West Brom Wed 01st Dec 2010 21:47
Grant Leadbitter’s second half penalty was enough to give the Blues a 1-0 Carling Cup quarter-final victory over West Brom at Portman Road and send Town into the semi-finals for the first time in a decade. It could have been a more comfortable victory with the Blues missing a number of other chances and having a first half penalty turned down.
Naked Football Show Derby Disaster and Carling Cup Quarter-Final Special Wed 01st Dec 2010 14:44
This evening's The Naked Football Show (ICR FM 6pm) looks at all the Town issues of the moment with regular hosts Graham Blackburn and Phil Ham joined in the studio by former TWTD editor and long-time contributor Gavin Barber, Emma Corlett and James Cummins (if he makes it through the ice and snow).
Hurt Players Need to Be at Their Best to Beat West Brom Wed 01st Dec 2010 11:34
Town boss Roy Keane says his players will be hurting after Sunday’s derby defeat to Norwich and will have to be at their best to beat West Brom in tonight’s Carling Cup quarter-final at Portman Road. The Blues are without virtually an entire team due to injury, suspension and ineligibility for this evening's match, which will definitely be going ahead despite the snowy weather.
Keane: I Can Turn Things Around at Town Wed 01st Dec 2010 09:54
Roy Keane goes into tonight’s Carling Cup quarter-final against West Brom at Portman Road convinced that he’s capable of turning things around at Town despite the Blues having lost their last four games. The Irishman says he will know when he’s no longer able to bring success to the club he took control of in April 2009.
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