|Lambe Set to Become Youngest Town International Wed 12th Dec 2007 22:01|
Academy midfielder Reggie Lambe is set to become Town's youngest ever full international when Bermuda take on St Kitts and Nevis in two friendlies this weekend.
|Rhodes Nets Only Goal Wed 12th Dec 2007 17:19|
Striker Jordan Rhodes netted the only goal of this afternoon's behind-closed-doors friendly with Watford at Playford Road.
|Gorawski Gets Reserves Run Out Wed 12th Dec 2007 14:15|
Polish trialist Damian Gorawski is expected to get a run out for the reserves this afternoon in a behind-closed-doors friendly with Watford.
|Red Card Rescinded Wed 12th Dec 2007 13:07|
Referee Phil Joslin has rescinded the red card he showed to Leicester defender Patrick Kisnorbo during last night's 3-1 Town victory over the Foxes.
|The Naked Football Show On ICR Tonight Wed 12th Dec 2007 08:58|
Remember to tune in to Ipswich Community Radio's, The Naked Football Show this evening from 6pm until 6.30pm. Regular chair Graham Blackburn will be behind his usual microphone, along with TWTD editor Phil Ham, while TWTD columnist The Vulture and former TWTD seller Phil Pritchard make up the rest of the panel.
|O'Callaghan Back to Cork? Wed 12th Dec 2007 08:35|
Midfielder George O'Callaghan will be a January target of former club Cork City, according to reports in Ireland. O'Callaghan, currently on loan at Brighton and Hove Albion, was a hugely popular figure at his hometown club before his move to the Blues a year ago.
|U18s to Face Watford in Youth Cup Wed 12th Dec 2007 00:07|
Town's FA Youth Cup opponents were confirmed as Watford on Tuesday evening after the Hornets' youngsters defeated Scunthorpe's U18s 2-1 at Glandford Park in their third round tie.
|Jim: Penalty Was Harsh Tue 11th Dec 2007 23:57|
Boss Jim Magilton conceded that the penalty which led to Patrick Kisnorbo's red card and Town's second goal was very harsh. However, the Town manager was pleased with his side's overall performance in the 3-1 victory over the Foxes.
|Town 3-1 Leicester City Tue 11th Dec 2007 23:35|
Town continued their excellent home form with a 3-1 victory over Leicester City. Pablo Couñago put the Blues in front, before Iain Hume equalised. Foxes defender Patrick Kisnorbo saw red for the incident which led to Alan Lee netting from the spot, Jon Walters netting the third after the break.
|Three Back for Foxes Tue 11th Dec 2007 14:02|
Leicester City manager Ian Holloway has hailed the return of Matty Fryatt, DJ Campbell and Collins John to his squad as like signing three new players.