|[Podcast] Blue Monday - New Podcast Now Online Sun 12th Sep 2021 22:35|
A new podcast from the Blue Monday team is now available.
|Barratt Nets Winner as Tractor Girls Progress in League Cup Sun 12th Sep 2021 20:08|
Zoe Barratt’s excellent first-half curling effort maintained Ipswich Town’s 100 per cent start to the season as they recorded a dominant 1-0 home victory over London Bees in the FA Women's National League Cup.
|U18s Still Top After Draw at Coventry Sun 12th Sep 2021 11:54|
Town’s U18s remain top of the table following a 1-1 draw with Coventry City at the Alan Higgs Centre yesterday, Fin Barbrook having netted for Adem Atay’s side.
|Aluko: A Bitter One But We'll Bring Fans Happy Times Sun 12th Sep 2021 11:35|
Blues full league debutant Sone Aluko admitted Saturday’s 5-2 home defeat to Bolton Wanderers was a bitter one to take but believes better times will come.
|Tractor Girls in Cup Action at Home to London Bees Sun 12th Sep 2021 09:26|
Ipswich Town Women are in FAWNL Cup action against fellow FAWNL Southern Premier Division London Bees at the Goldstar Ground, Felixstowe this afternoon (2pm).
|Ipswich Town 2-5 Bolton Wanderers - Highlights Sun 12th Sep 2021 09:09|
Highlights of yesterday's 5-2 home defeat to Bolton Wanderers via the club's YouTube channel.
|Simpson and Page on Target For Loan Clubs Sat 11th Sep 2021 20:55|
Tyreece Simpson and Callum Page were both on target for their loan clubs this afternoon.
|Clubs Condemn Hateful Social Media Video Sat 11th Sep 2021 20:09|
Town and Bolton Wanderers have both issued statements in relation to a video circulating on social media filmed at this afternoon’s game in which “discriminatory and hateful” comments are made regarding Trotters goalscorer Dapo Afolayan.
|Cook: One of the Toughest Days I've Had in Management Sat 11th Sep 2021 18:45|
Town boss Paul Cook admitted that this afternoon’s 5-2 defeat by Bolton was one of his toughest days in management and one of his lowest points as a boss.
|Ipswich Town 2-5 Bolton Wanderers - Match Report Sat 11th Sep 2021 17:04|
Town’s disappointing start to the season hit a new low as Bolton Wanderers came from behind to defeat the still winless Blues 5-2 at Portman Road. Macauley Bonne put his hometown club ahead on five but Dapo Afolayan levelled for the Trotters in the 10th minute, then eight minutes later won the penalty which Eoin Doyle converted to put the visitors in front. A Ricardo Santos own goal put Town on terms on the half hour but just before the break Afolayan added his second in first-half injury time to make it 3-2 and after the break Josh Sheehan and George Johnston made the most of calamitous Blues defending on 47 and 57 to complete Town’s misery.