|Unsworth in Dark Tue 12th Apr 2005 18:12|
Loan defender David Unsworth says he is in the dark about his future beyond the end of the season. Unsworth is currently on a three-month loan spell with the Blues.
|Town Hold Legends Day Tue 12th Apr 2005 16:55|
Town have announced their first ever Legends Day when an old boys XI will take on a celebrity side representing Sky Sports One show Soccer AM. Simon Milton, John Wark, George Burley, Russell Osman, Neil Thompson, Mick Stockwell and Jason Dozzell are amongst those taking part.
|Kuqi Angry Tue 12th Apr 2005 15:09|
Striker Shefki Kuqi was angry after being replaced at half-tme during Tuesday's 2-0 defeat at Wolves. Town's second top scorer also says the Blues need to find out why goals have dried up away from home.
|Joe: We Didn't Start Mon 11th Apr 2005 23:44|
Boss Joe Royle felt his side could have been more than two goals down at half-time after a woeful first half display against Wolves at Molineux. The Town manager thought the Blues improved after the break but still caused the home defence few problems.
|Wolves 2-0 Town Mon 11th Apr 2005 22:24|
Town's automatic promotion hopes were dealt a big blow by a 2-0 defeat at Wolves. The Blues were well off the pace in a first half during which Colin Cameron and Carl Cort put the home side two goals in front. Town improved after the break but created few chances.
|Town Release Two More Mon 11th Apr 2005 16:59|
Midfielders Liam Manning and Fraser Beveridge have been told that they will not be offered contracts at the end of the season.
|Cambridge Raise Â£1000 Mon 11th Apr 2005 11:59|
Cambridge Fans United, the Cambridge Supporters' Trust, raised Â£1000.73 at their collection prior to Town's home game with Derby County. The Trust are trying to raise cash to help stop their crisis-stricken club from going out of business.
|More Weekend Links Mon 11th Apr 2005 11:52|
Norwich midfielder Damien Francis and West Brom striker Robert Earnshaw are the latest players claimed to be on Joe Royle's summer wish-list by the tabloids.
|Royle Loses Record Mon 11th Apr 2005 00:28|
Town boss Joe Royle has lost his record as Everton's youngest-ever player. Toffees' striker James Vaughan, aged 16 years and 271 days, beat Royle's record by 11 days when he came on as a 74th minute sub and scored in the 4-0 victory over Crystal Palace on Sunday.