|Johnno Retires Wed 13th Sep 2006 15:35|
Former Blue David Johnson has announced his retirement from football due to a back injury. The Nottingham Forest striker, now 30, underwent surgery for the disc problem at the end of last year but has failed to regain full fitness and has been advised to hang up his boots.
|Robson on Mend Wed 13th Sep 2006 13:00|
Town president Sir Bobby Robson says he is on the mend after the recent surgery to remove a brain tumour. The former England manager expects to be in hospital in the North-East for at least another fortnight.
|Coventry Match Photos Wed 13th Sep 2006 12:35|
Photos taken from last night's match have just been uploaded to the site. Visit www.twtd.co.uk to view them.
|Fab: I'll Be Fit Wed 13th Sep 2006 11:29|
Dutch defender Fabian Wilnis is confident he'll be OK to take his place at right-back when the Blues face Birmingham at St Andrew's on Saturday. The 36-year-old felt the effects of his recent thigh injury during the second half of last night's 2-1 victory over Coventry and was substituted.
|Jim: Clarke a Revelation Tue 12th Sep 2006 23:36|
Striker Billy Clarke was singled out for praise by boss Jim Magilton after netting a second winning goal in four days. Magilton was also impressed with his three loanees who combined for Town's first goal in the 2-1 victory over Coventry.
|Town 2-1 Coventry Tue 12th Sep 2006 23:21|
Billy Clarke was Town's supersub for the second time in four days, netting the winner in the 85th minute as the Blues defeated Coventry 2-1 at Portman Road. Earlier in the half Mark Noble had put Town in front prior to Elliott Ward equalising for the visitors.
|Jim: Defeats a Blessing Tue 12th Sep 2006 15:33|
Boss Jim Magilton says that Town losing their first three league games of the season was a "blessing in disguise". The Northern Irishman feels the poor start to the season gave him a crash course in management and taught him important lessons.
|Noble Keen to Stay Tue 12th Sep 2006 13:42|
Midfielder Mark Noble says he is keen to extend his loan spell beyond its initial three months. The England U19 international wants to remain with the Blues until at least January and perhaps for even longer.
|Wilnis Returns Tue 12th Sep 2006 10:55|
Fabian Wilnis looks set to return to the Town defence when the Blues take on Coventry at Portman Road this evening (KO 7.45pm). The Dutchman is back in contention after missing Saturday's 2-1 home win over Southampton due to a thigh injury.
|Loan Deals Soon? Tue 12th Sep 2006 09:37|
Boss Jim Magilton says that there could be more loan additions to his squad. The Town manager will also allow players on the fringes of the squad to leave Portman Road on short-term spells.