|Cup Game Switched Mon 11th Dec 2000 19:09|
Sources in Lancashire are suggesting that Morecambe may be about to back down on their earlier aim of keeping the Third Round FA Cup tie at Christie Park. The Morecambe chairman may be about to announce a switch to Portman Road with the windfall that would bring being an irresistible carrot.
|Town Dyer Windfall Mon 11th Dec 2000 14:35|
Reports are once again linking Kieron Dyer with a move away from Newcastle. Stories today suggest that Bobby Robson will have to sell Dyer, Alain Goma and Marcelino in a bid to raise some cash to strengthen the Newcastle squad.
|Burley Joins Detractor Boys Mon 11th Dec 2000 13:40|
Town manager George Burley has joined Jim Magilton in publicly stating his dislike of fans' Tractor Boys chant. The Town manager said: "Our fans like to chant 'Tractor Boys' during matches.
|Armstrong Cup-tied Mon 11th Dec 2000 12:06|
The squad for Man City is of course the same as for Sunday, except for Alun Armstrong who is cup-tied after playng for Middlesbrough against Macclesfield in an earlier round.
|Town Squad for City Mon 11th Dec 2000 12:01|
Town have two injury blows ahead of tomorrow's Worthington Cup tie with Manchester City on Tuesday night. John Scales is unlikely to take any part as he still has his hamstring and back problems while Titus Bramble is also listed as likely to miss out.
|Sedgley Paid Off Mon 11th Dec 2000 11:05|
Former Town star Steve Sedgley will be readying himself for a great wodge of cash today as Wolves prepare to pay him off.
|More on Morecambe Mon 11th Dec 2000 10:23|
As reported last night it seems increasingly as if Morecambe are wanting to lay their game at their Christie Park ground. According to their official website (http://www.morecambefc.com) the ground has a capacity of 6,200 consisting of: "1100 spectators seated, another 4,300 under cover and open terracing for a further 800 spectators."
|No Cup Venue Switch Sun 10th Dec 2000 23:17|
Reports tonight suggest that Morecambe are unlikely to want to switch the FA Cup tie to Portman Road. It seems likely that they will want to keep home advantage.
|Liverpool 0 - 1 Ipswich Town Sun 10th Dec 2000 18:54|
The Blues marched to yet another famous victory as a superb Marcus Stewart goal won the day at Anfield. While it was backs to the wall at times, it was another huge performance showing spirit aplenty as well as some lovely passing.