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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 £1000 Mon 11th Apr 2005 11:59
Cambridge Fans United, the Cambridge Supporters' Trust, raised £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.
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