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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 goals” 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.
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