|Trotter Joins Grimsby on Loan Thu 18th Sep 2008 17:58|
Midfielder Liam Trotter has joined Grimsby Town on a month's loan. Trotter, who has made five appearances for the Blues this season, scoring one goal, is expected to make his debut for the Mariners on Saturday at Morecambe.
|McAuley and Thatcher Returning to Training Thu 18th Sep 2008 13:35|
Gareth McAuley and Ben Thatcher are due to get back into training ahead of Saturday's trip to Sheffield Wednesday. Both players have been suffering with dead legs.
|Ex-Southampton Keeper Set for Trial Thu 18th Sep 2008 12:07|
TWTD understands that Town are set to take former Southampton goalkeeper Matej Rondos on trial. The 18-year-old Slovakian, released by the Saints in the summer, will spend a week training at Playford Road.
|Jim: We Should Have Won All Three Points Thu 18th Sep 2008 03:05|
Boss Jim Magilton felt his side should have taken three points and not one from their trip to Southampton on Wednesday. The Town manager was unhappy with both goals conceded by his team.
|Southampton 2-2 Town Wed 17th Sep 2008 23:32|
Town will feel it was two points lost rather than one gained after drawing 2-2 at Southampton. Andrew Surman put the home side in front but the Blues hit back through Owen Garvan and Alan Quinn with Tomas Pekhart equalising for the Saints.
|Reason Impresses in York Reserves Wed 17th Sep 2008 12:30|
On-trial midfielder Jai Reason impressed York City assistant boss Eric Winstanley as the Minstermen's reserves defeated Grimsby Town 2-1 at Kit Kat Crescent on Tuesday evening.
|Naked Football Back to Winning Ways Special Wed 17th Sep 2008 09:46|
With Graham and Phil both at St Mary's to watch tonight's game with Southampton, The Vulture is in charge of this evening's The Naked Football Show on Ipswich Community Radio (6-6.30pm). He will be joined by David James, Jeremy Leeburn and new guest Jason Wilson to discuss all things Ipswich Town.
|Fab Launches Testimonial Website Wed 17th Sep 2008 09:32|
Former Blue Fabian Wilnis has launched a website promoting the events in his testimonial year. Wilnis, 38, played for the Blues for 10 seasons prior to being released at the end of last season, the club subsequently granting him a testimonial.