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Scotland Wanted George Sun 12th Jan 2003 23:13
Former Town manager George Burley has revealed that he was in the running for the job of Scotland manager prior to the appointment of Berti Vogts. Burley says he was approached by the Scottish Football Association but at the time was keen to remain with the Blues.
Weekend Links Sun 12th Jan 2003 10:17
The weekend's tabloids are again reporting Sunderland interest in Blues' skipper Matt Holland. The player himself says that he doubts Jamie Clapham will be the only player to leave Portman Road while John Curtis is linked with Town.
Managers Fail to Show Sat 11th Jan 2003 23:52
Both Joe Royle and Stan Ternent failed to show up to the post-match press conference after watching their sides draw 1-1 at Turf Moor. The verdict on the game was left to Burnley's assistant manager Sam Ellis.
Jim Head-Butt Charge Sat 11th Jan 2003 23:49
Nottingham Forest striker Jack Lester has been charged with violent conduct after allegedly head-butting Jim Magilton during the first half of Town's 2-1 defeat at the City Ground in late November.
Academy Scores Sat 11th Jan 2003 23:45
Town's U17s saw off Arsenal 2-1 at the Blues' Playford Road Training Centre on Saturday morning while the U19s drew 1-1 in difficult conditions at Millwall.
Burnley 1-1 Town Sat 11th Jan 2003 18:27
Joe Royle will wonder how his side failed to gain three points at Burnley after chances galore were wasted in the second half. Earlier, in the first period, Pablo Couñago gave the Blues the lead before the Clarets equalised through a Robbie Blake penalty just after the hour.
Darren a Slight Doubt Sat 11th Jan 2003 09:03
Striker Darren Bent has emerged as a late doubt for the Blues after picking up a hand injury in training on Friday. Bent's injury was the reason for Alun Armstrong's addition to the squad travelling to Burnley.
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