|ITFC Women Fall to First League Defeat Sun 12th Jan 2020 18:47|
Ipswich Town Women fell to their first FAWNL South East Division One defeat as 10-woman AFC Wimbledon netted two late goals to win 2-1 at Carshalton Athletic’s War Memorial Sports Ground this afternoon.
|Jackson: Best Win of the Season Sun 12th Jan 2020 17:27|
Striker Kayden Jackson felt the Blues’ 4-1 victory over Accrington Stanley at Portman Road on Saturday was the best win of the season having ended Town’s frustrating winless run.
|Ipswich Town 4-1 Accrington Stanley - Extended Gallery Sun 12th Jan 2020 11:59|
Photos from today's 4-1 win over Accrington at Portman Road.
|Ipswich Town 4-1 Accrington Stanley - Highlights Sun 12th Jan 2020 11:53|
Watch highlights of Town’s 4-1 defeat of Accrington Stanley via the club's official YouTube account.
|Young Blues at German Six-a-Side Tournament Sun 12th Jan 2020 11:16|
A young Town squad is taking part in a charity indoor six-a-side tournament in Germany today.
|Blues Chasing Preston Defender Sun 12th Jan 2020 10:57|
Town, Rotherham and the Chicago Fire are reportedly in a battle to sign Preston defender Josh Earl.
|O'Neill: My Phone Has Been Constantly Ringing Sat 11th Jan 2020 21:08|
Town general manager of football operations Lee O’Neill says his phone has been constantly ringing over the last few days but that the Blues have received no bids and want to keep young players such as Flynn Downes and Luke Woolfenden at Portman Road.
|O'Neill: Everton's Gibson Not Available for Loan at This Moment in Time Sat 11th Jan 2020 20:59|
Town general manager of football operations Lee O’Neill says Everton youngster Lewis Gibson is a player that the Blues have had a look at but that at present the 19-year-old isn’t available for loan.
|Owner Evans's Programme Column Sat 11th Jan 2020 19:54|
Town owner Marcus Evans wrote a lengthy column for the programme for today’s game which the club have given TWTD permission to reproduce in full.
|Lambert: I Know There are People Who Want Us to Fail Sat 11th Jan 2020 18:33|
Boss Paul Lambert felt his side could have scored five or six goals in the first half of their 4-1 victory over Accrington Stanley and again insisted it’s players that win matches not systems as well as commenting on owner Marcus Evans’s programme notes on the club’s footballing style going forward and stating that he believes there are those that want Town to fail.