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Pablo Spanish Link Wed 15th Oct 2003 15:22
Spanish side Real Betis are being linked with a January transfer window move for Blues' striker Pablo Couñago. However, the 24-year-old says he is keen to remain at Portman Road.
Joe Praise for Nash Wed 15th Oct 2003 12:06
Blues' boss Joe Royle has praised debut-making central defender Gerard Nash. The 17-year-old came on as a late sub in the thrashing of Burnley last night.
Joe: We Were Outstanding Tue 14th Oct 2003 23:30
Town manager Joe Royle hailed his players' five-goal first half display as outstanding and felt that it was only a matter of time before his side dished out a hammering.
Town 6 - 1 Burnley Tue 14th Oct 2003 23:19
Rampant Town demolished Burnley 6-1 with a rip-roaring display as they climbed to seventh. A stunning first half saw the Blues go in 5-0 at the break. The second half was always going to be an anti-climax with Shefki Kuqi's sixth the only addition while Burnley's Delroy Facey grabbed a consolation.
Trial for Rhodes? Tue 14th Oct 2003 15:48
Town boss Joe Royle has denied that the Blues are set to sign Newmarket Town winger Alex Rhodes, however he does admit that it is possible the 20-year-old could come to Portman Road for a trial.
Burnley Betting Tue 14th Oct 2003 12:44
Tonight's match against Burnley has been marked as a home win by the bookies. The best odds for a home win seem to be with Bet365 and Sporting William Hill both offering 8/11 while the best price on Burnley is 7/2 with Sporting Odds and William Hill. See below for a full guide.
Only 15 Clarets Travel Tue 14th Oct 2003 12:10
This evening's opponents Burnley have just 15 players making the trip from Lancashire to Portman Road - and included in that number are players who until yesterday were in bed with a flu bug which has hit Turf Moor in epidemic proportions.
No Season Loan for Chris Tue 14th Oct 2003 00:37
On-loan midfielder Chris Bart-Williams says he wants to stay at Town for the rest of 2003/04. However, under current Football League rules, none of the Blues' current loanees can remain at Portman Road more than three months without signing permanent deals.
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