|U21s Beat Brighton Sun 16th Sep 2012 13:23|
Ronan Murray was sent off for a headbutt as Town's U21 side beat Brighton 1-0 at Playford Road this morning, Nathan Ellington scoring the goal after 31 minutes.
|Tate Was Town Target Sun 16th Sep 2012 10:33|
Swansea’s Alan Tate is understood to have been one of Town boss Paul Jewell’s central defensive targets but injuries at the Liberty Stadium mean the 30-year-old is now required by the Swans. The Blues manager has been repeatedly thwarted in his attempts to add to his two current centre-halves, Tommy Smith and Luke Chambers.
|U21s Face Brighton Sun 16th Sep 2012 09:25|
Town’s U21s are in action against Brighton and Hove Albion at Playford Road this morning (KO 11am).
|U18s Draw at Brighton Sat 15th Sep 2012 17:51|
Second-year scholar Tom Winter scored Town's goal as the Blues' U18s drew 1-1 at Brighton this morning.
|Jewell: Better Side But Lacked Cutting Edge Sat 15th Sep 2012 17:51|
Blues boss Paul Jewell felt his team were the better side at the Riverside despite falling to a 2-0 defeat to Middlesbrough. Town created plenty of chances and the Liverpudlian was disappointed his team failed to take any of them.
|Middlesbrough 2-0 Town Sat 15th Sep 2012 17:17|
Goals from Luke Williams and Mustapha Carayol saw Middlesbrough to a 2-0 victory over the Blues at the Riverside. Town had had the better of it until Williams struck in the 34th minute, Lee Martin and Paul Taylor both having forced Boro keeper Jason Steele into saves, but they didn’t seriously threaten again until the closing stages when Daryl Murphy, Michael Chopra and Taylor all went close, but sub Carayol cemented the home side’s win on the break.
|N'Daw in Starting Line-Up at Boro Sat 15th Sep 2012 14:10|
As expected, Blues boss Paul Jewell has handed season-long loan signing Guirane N’Daw his Town debut at Middlesbrough this afternoon. The 44-times-capped Senegalese international comes into the centre of midfield alongside Andy Drury with Massimo Luongo dropping to the bench.
|Life's a Pitch Live This Lunchtime Sat 15th Sep 2012 08:56|
BBC Radio Suffolk’s Life’s a Pitch is live this lunchtime with stand-in presenter Mark Matthews joined by the show’s regulars, Blues legend Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham, who will be in Middlesbrough ahead of today's game (midday to 2pm).
|Jewell: Youthful Squad Signals Bright Future Sat 15th Sep 2012 06:41|
Blues boss Paul Jewell says Town have a bright future with young players making up much of his first team squad.
|Drury Hoping Hard Work Pays Off at Boro Sat 15th Sep 2012 06:00|
The Town squad worked hard during the international break, according to midfielder Andy Drury, and will be looking to reap the benefit at Middlesbrough this afternoon when they seek to end a run of three games without a win.