|Robbery at Training Ground Sun 14th Dec 2008 19:26|
Coach Bryan Klug and reserves boss Chris Kiwomya were the victims of a robbery at Town's Playford Road training ground last weekend, according to one of Sunday's tabloids.
|Burley Reveals Wright's Scotland Ambitions Sun 14th Dec 2008 14:49|
Former Town boss George Burley has revealed that full-back David Wright has expressed an interest in playing for Scotland. Wright, born in Warrington, qualifies to play for Scotland through his grandparents.
|Town Chasing Jackson? Sun 14th Dec 2008 11:06|
Town are keeping a close eye on Gillingham striker Simeon Jackson, according to a report in one of Sunday's tabloids. Jackson, 21, has scored 10 goals so far this season.
|Murray Nets Another Three as U18s Beat Pompey Sat 13th Dec 2008 19:52|
Ronan Murray netted his second hat-trick in two games as the U18s defeated 10-man Portsmouth 4-2 at Playford Road on Saturday morning. Fellow frontman Connor Wickham, tipped for a first team appearance by boss Jim Magilton on Friday, netted the other goal.
|Trotter's Grimsby Grab Second Win Sat 13th Dec 2008 19:21|
Liam Trotter's loan club Grimsby gained only their second league victory of the season as a goal from former Blue Adam Proudlock took the Mariners to a 1-0 win against Shrewsbury at Blundell Park. Grimsby climbed to fourth from bottom of League Two thanks to the win.
|Jim Bemoans Stupid Goals Sat 13th Dec 2008 19:09|
Boss Jim Magilton admitted his side gave away "stupid goalsâ€ as the Blues fell to their third home league defeat of the season against Cardiff City.
|Town 1-2 Cardiff City Sat 13th Dec 2008 18:58|
Dismal Town fell to their third home defeat of the season as Cardiff City left Portman Road with a 2-1 victory having been gifted two early goals. Jon Stead pulled one back just before half-time, but Town rarely looked like getting back on terms and had Ben Thatcher red-carded after the break.
|Celtic Beat Town to Winger's Signature Sat 13th Dec 2008 10:15|
Celtic are reported to have won the race to sign Derry City winger Niall McGinn, a player the Blues watched throughout the Irish season. McGinn, 21, is set to put pen to paper a three-and-a-half-year deal in January for a fee which will rise to £200,000 after top-ups.