|Marriott Only Loanee on Winning Side Sat 01st Mar 2014 20:18|
Jack Marriott was the only Town loanee to be on the winning side today with his temporary club Woking winning 3-1 at Barnet in the Skrill Premier.
|McCarthy: Just About a Fair Result Sat 01st Mar 2014 18:29|
Boss Mick McCarthy felt his side just about deserved their 1-0 home victory over Birmingham City. Daryl Murphy’s ninth goal of the season in the 38th minute was the difference between the teams.
|Town 1-0 Birmingham Sat 01st Mar 2014 17:02|
Daryl Murphy’s ninth goal of the season saw Town to a 1-0 home victory over Birmingham. The Blues might have added to their lead in the second half with Paul Taylor twice coming close with curling efforts from just outside the area.
|Town 1-0 Birmingham - Half-Time Sat 01st Mar 2014 15:52|
Daryl Murphy's ninth goal of the season sees Town leading Birmingham 1-0 at half-time.
|U18s Beaten By Crewe Sat 01st Mar 2014 14:57|
Town's U18 side fell to a 4-1 home defeat against Crewe Alexandra at Playford Road on Saturday morning with Irish winger Cory Galvin netting for the young Blues.
|Ipswich Town v Birmingham City - Chatroom Open Sat 01st Mar 2014 14:50|
If you're not at Portman Road this afternoon, why not join in with our chatroom and talk with over 200 Town fans?
|Taylor Starts But Williams Missing Sat 01st Mar 2014 14:25|
Paul Taylor replaces Stephen Hunt in an otherwise unchanged Town line-up but new loan signing Jonny Williams is missing from the 18.
|Listen Now: Life's a Pitch Live from Portman Road Sat 01st Mar 2014 11:50|
Town joint-MD Ian Milne and former Olympic bobsledder and Prostate Cancer UK ambassador Lenny Paul will be with the regulars on Life’s a Pitch, which is live from Portman Road over Saturday lunchtime on Radio Suffolk (midday to 2pm). Host Mark Murphy will be joined by legend-in-residence Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham.
|McCarthy: Williams is a Constant Threat Sat 01st Mar 2014 06:00|
Boss Mick McCarthy believes new loan signing Jonny Williams is the man to add a greater threat to his Town side. The 20-year-old Wales international, who joined for a month from Crystal Palace on Thursday, looks set to make his Town debut in today’s home game against Birmingham.