|Oxford 2-3 Reserves Wed 18th Oct 2006 21:24|
Darryl Knights scored two goals for the third game running and Dean Bowditch added another as Town's reserves defeated Oxford United 3-2 at Didcot Town's Loop Meadow Stadium. The Blues' second string remain top of the Pontin's Holidays Combination League East Division.
|Jim on New Signing Wed 18th Oct 2006 13:38|
Boss Jim Magilton says he has no doubts new loan signing Gary Roberts will impress at Championship level. The 22-year-old joined the Blues on a three-month loan from League Two Accrington Stanley yesterday and made his debut as a late sub in the 3-2 defeat to Preston North End.
|Haynes to Return Wed 18th Oct 2006 13:31|
Town will not be extending Danny Haynes's one-month loan spell at Millwall. The frontman plays his last game for the Lions at Swansea on Saturday.
|Stanley View of Roberts Wed 18th Oct 2006 12:58|
Ian Lock from TheStanleyArms.com gives TWTD an Accrington Stanley fan's view of new Town loan signing Gary Roberts.
|Reserves Take on Oxford Wed 18th Oct 2006 12:03|
Keeper Shane Supple and striker Dean Bowditch are the most senior players named in the Town reserve side taking on Oxford United at Didcot Town's Loop Meadow Stadium this evening (KO 7pm). Supple will be looking to impress manager Jim Magilton ahead of Saturday's first team game at Southend.
|Noble Suspended Wed 18th Oct 2006 10:37|
Mark Noble will miss the home game with Luton Town a week on Sunday after picking up his fifth booking of the season in last night's defeat to Preston. The match against the Hatters has moved to a Sunday 1.15pm kick-off as it is being shown live on Sky Sports.
|Jim: Goals Were Jokes Tue 17th Oct 2006 23:40|
Boss Jim Magilton slammed his defence for conceding three "joke" goals as the Blues surrendered a two-goal half-time lead to lose 3-2 at home to Preston North End.
|Town 2-3 Preston Tue 17th Oct 2006 23:07|
Town threw away a two-goal half-time lead as Preston left Portman Road with a 3-2 win. Jon Macken put the Blues ahead from the spot, then Alan Lee added a second as there looked to be only one winner. However, the visitors scored three times in 12 minutes via Nugent, Chilvers and Whaley.
|Robson Returns Tue 17th Oct 2006 15:57|
Town president Sir Bobby Robson has resumed his role alongside Republic of Ireland manager Steve Staunton after being given the all-clear by his medical team. Robson underwent surgery to remove a brain tumour at a Newcastle hospital on August 23rd.
|Roberts Added to Squad Tue 17th Oct 2006 15:12|
New signing Gary Roberts has completed his three-month loan deal in time to be added to the squad for tonight's home game with Preston North End. Roberts, 22, joins with a view to a permanent switch when the transfer window reopens in January.