|Artun Off on Loan Mon 16th Sep 2002 18:58|
Young Town full-back Erdem Artun has joined Nationwide Conference side Doncaster on a month's loan. Despite some impressive performances for the reserves he looks a long way from the Town first team and will gain valuable experience at Belle Vue.
|Sartid Draw Mon 16th Sep 2002 14:03|
Town's UEFA Cup opponents FK Sartid drew their final game before their trip to England on Thursday.
|Some Players Back Scheme Mon 16th Sep 2002 13:43|
Reports this afternoon indicate that some Town players have backed the club's paycut scheme. However, we understand that not all the squad have agreed to join the voluntary arrangement.
|A First for Pablo Mon 16th Sep 2002 13:41|
Town historian John Eastwood says that Pablo Couñago's injury time goal was an unusual first for the Blues.
|Town v Norwich Photos Mon 16th Sep 2002 11:29|
Photos are now available online of yesterday's 1-1 draw with Norwich City at Portman Road.
|Sheepy on Wages Scheme Mon 16th Sep 2002 10:52|
Town chairman David Sheepshanks says the club have had a good response from employees to their paycut scheme. Town have asked all employees to take a drop in wages now with the money coming back to them in the summer when Town will either have won promotion or sold star players.
|Brighton Date Set Mon 16th Sep 2002 10:51|
Town's match with Brighton and Hove Albion in the Worthington Cup has been arranged for Tuesday, September 24th, kicking off at 7.45pm.
|Pablo on Goal Mon 16th Sep 2002 10:39|
Town striker Pablo Couñago hailed his injury time equaliser as the most important of his career. The Spaniard has now scored six goals this season, three in the league in addition to the hat-trick against Avenir Beggen in the UEFA Cup.
|Sheepy Congratulates Fans Mon 16th Sep 2002 10:37|
David Sheepshanks congratulated Town supporters on making Sunday's game the highest attended derby for some years. With the new North Stand almost complete the attendance was only just under the 30,000 mark at 29,112.
|Sheepy No to Â£100m Place Mon 16th Sep 2002 10:35|
Town chairman David Sheepshanks has come out against Gordon Taylor's suggestion that a place in the Premiership should be sold for Â£100 million.