|Wark Reveals Cup Ticket Scam Sun 15th Mar 2009 22:15|
Town legend John Wark has revealed that he and his Blues team-mates made a fortune selling tickets for the 1978 FA Cup final to a London-based tout. The former midfielder has made the revelation in his autobiography Wark On which is out next month.
|Royle Back With Oldham Sun 15th Mar 2009 20:17|
Ex-Town boss Joe Royle has made a surprise return to management with former club Oldham Athletic.
|Watford Confirm Shumi Interest Sat 14th Mar 2009 23:29|
Watford boss Brendan Rodgers has confirmed his side's interest in Town midfielder Veliche Shumulikoski and says the Blues want one of his players as part of a potential loan swap deal.
|Rhodes Nets Again But Honours Even Sat 14th Mar 2009 21:45|
Honours were even as two of Town's on-loan players met in a top of the table League Two clash on Saturday afternoon. Jordan Rhodes was on the scoresheet for leaders Brentford as they drew 3-3 with Chris Casement's second-placed Wycombe Wanderers at Griffin Park.
|Shumi Angry That Preston Move Blocked Sat 14th Mar 2009 21:28|
Midfielder Veliche Shumulikoski says he is angry with Town for blocking a proposed loan move to Preston, according to reports in the Macedonian media. Shumulikoski is quoted as saying that manager Jim Magilton prevented him joining the Lilywhites ahead of today's game against Coventry.
|U18s Lose Derby, But U16s Victorious Sat 14th Mar 2009 21:21|
Town's U18s lost 2-1 at home to Norwich City at Playford Road on Saturday morning.
|Jim Delighted With Week's Work Sat 14th Mar 2009 21:13|
Boss Jim Magilton was delighted with his players after their 1-0 win at Reading, completing a week which has seen his side take four points from trips to face two of the division's top three.
|Reading 0-1 Town Sat 14th Mar 2009 18:27|
Jon Stead's stunning overhead kick just after half-time saw the Blues to a 1-0 win at Reading, Town's eighth away victory of the season. Jim Magilton's men weathered an early storm with Dave Kitson hitting the bar but overall were good for the three points.