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Klug: Draw Fair Mon 18th Apr 2005 22:55
Town academy director Bryan Klug felt a 2-2 draw was a fair result from Monday's FA Youth Cup final first leg with Southampton at the St Mary's Stadium.
Southampton 2-2 Youths Mon 18th Apr 2005 22:39
Town's U18s will feel they have every chance of lifting the FA Youth Cup at Portman Road on Friday after a 2-2 draw with Southampton in the first leg at the St Mary's Stadium. The Saints went ahead via a David McGoldrick penalty seconds before the break but two goals from Cathal Lordan put the Blues ahead prior to Leon Best's equaliser.
New ITFC EAST Director Mon 18th Apr 2005 15:35
Richard Middleton has been appointed as the new executive director of the club's Education and Sports Trust (Ipswich Town EAST). Middleton is a former Major in the Army Air Corps and has been working for the Ipswich and District Council for Voluntary Service for the last five years.
Haynes in for Clarke? Mon 18th Apr 2005 14:41
Town's U18s travel to Southampton tonight for the first leg of the club's first FA Youth final for 30 years (KO 7.45pm). The Blues will be without striker Billy Clarke who has a knee injury which he sustained late in the second leg of the semi-final with Spurs.
Joe Pondering Dave Deal Mon 18th Apr 2005 14:16
Town boss Joe Royle is undecided whether on-loan defender David Unsworth will be offered a permanent deal with the Blues at the end of the season. TWTD reported last week that Unsworth's loan must end after the Brighton game, meaning he will not be involved in the play-offs.
Coach to Southampton Mon 18th Apr 2005 00:44
Town are running one coach to today's FA Youth Cup final first leg against Southampton at the St Mary's Stadium.
Pétursson Signs Mon 18th Apr 2005 00:07
Young Icelandic goalkeeper Óskar Pétursson put pen to paper on a two-year Academy scholarship on Thursday. TWTD revealed in early March that 16-year-old Pétursson had agreed to join the Blues.
Sunderland Watch Murphy Sun 17th Apr 2005 23:41
Town are facing continued competition from weekend opponents Sunderland for the services of Irish U21 international striker Daryl Murphy. Black Cats' boss Mick McCarthy watched Murphy's Waterford United side lose 1-0 against University College Dublin on Friday night.
Joe: We Were Fortunate Sun 17th Apr 2005 16:40
Boss Joe Royle felt his side were slightly fortunate to have gained a point from the 2-2 draw with Sunderland on Sunday lunchtime. Black Cats' boss Mick McCarthy said his players were disappointed not to win the game.
Town 2-2 Sunderland Sun 17th Apr 2005 16:26
A late Darren Bent goal won the Blues a point from an entertaining 2-2 draw with Sunderland. All the goals came after the break, Marcus Stewart having missed an earlier penalty, Richard Naylor scoring for Town before Stephen Elliott and Carl Robinson put the visitors ahead prior to Bent's strike.
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