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McAuley Back for Bristol City Trip? Sun 12th Apr 2009 20:23
Town boss Jim Magilton will be hoping skipper Gareth McAuley will be able to return from his hamstring injury when the Blues travel to Bristol City on Monday (KO 3pm). Jon Stead and Moritz Volz could also be in line to return to the squad.
Wickham: Record an Honour Sun 12th Apr 2009 08:55
Record-breaking striker Connor Wickham says it is a great honour to have become Town's youngest ever first team player during Saturday's game against Doncaster Rovers. Wickham was 16 years and 11 days old when he came on as a sub, beating Jason Dozzell's 25-year-old record by 46 days.
Clegg: Town Link Speculation Sun 12th Apr 2009 08:46
Former British Olympic Association chief executive Simon Clegg has described reports that he is set to join the Blues in a similar role as "speculation”. Clegg, who officially left the BOA after 20 years earlier this week, has been widely tipped to take over from Derek Bowden, who leaves at the end of the season.
Clarke Nets Again for Brentford Sat 11th Apr 2009 19:24
Billy Clarke netted the second goal of his loan spell at Brentford to grab the League Two leaders a last gasp 1-1 draw against an Exeter side including Marcus Stewart. Earlier, the Republic of Ireland U21 international had missed a penalty
Jim: I Take the Blame Sat 11th Apr 2009 19:10
Boss Jim Magilton took responsibility for Town's 3-1 home defeat to Doncaster, but felt that some his players performed as if the season was already over. The Town manager had praise only for record-breaking debutant Connor Wickham.
Town 1-3 Doncaster Rovers Sat 11th Apr 2009 18:47
Town's woeful home form continued as Doncaster Rovers left Portman Road with a 3-1 win. Gareth Roberts's fluke put the visitors in front, before Owen Garvan hit back, but goals from Paul Heffernan and James Hayter won the game, while Connor Wickham became Town's youngest ever player.
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