|Joe Still Looking Wed 03rd Mar 2004 17:11|
Joe Royle's search for loan players continues despite a frustrating lack of success in landing short-term signings up to now.
|No Tear for McGreal Wed 03rd Mar 2004 17:05|
Central defender John McGreal has been given relatively good news after picking up a knee ligament injury at Stoke last night. McGreal has been told that he has a tweak rather than a tear and is likely to miss a fortnight's football at most.
|Three in Court Wed 03rd Mar 2004 16:59|
Three of Town's academy youngsters were in court today after an incident outside Brannigans last week. Antonio Murray, Sam Morrow and Erkan Okay appeared at South East Suffolk Magistrates' Court, along with Murray's brother Benjamin and Marlon Bruges, a friend from Cambridge.
|Jim OK, John a Doubt Wed 03rd Mar 2004 14:13|
Town manager Joe Royle says he expects skipper Jim Magilton to be fit for Sunday's crucial East Anglian derby at Carrow Road but is less confident about central defender John McGreal.
|Makin in Reserves Wed 03rd Mar 2004 13:38|
Long absent full-back Chris Makin will play his first reserve game this evening since his hip operation towards the end of last year. The Town second string face Coventry City at Nuneaton Borough's Manor Park ground (KO 7pm).
|Writer Eastwood Dies Wed 03rd Mar 2004 11:55|
John Eastwood, one of the authors of the club's official history, The Men Who Made the Town, has died at the age of 57. Eastwood, who lived in London, was taken to hospital after a minor heart attack last Friday and died on Sunday having had another heart attack.
|Joe: Schoolboy Error Wed 03rd Mar 2004 02:47|
Town boss Joe Royle bemoaned a schoolboy defensive error for Stoke's first goal in a game in which he said keeper Kelvin Davis was rarely tested.
|Worries About Pair Wed 03rd Mar 2004 02:40|
Town have injury worries regarding John McGreal and Jim Magilton ahead of Sunday's derby with Norwich City. Both players were substituted during the second half of Tuesday's 2-0 loss at Stoke.
|Stoke 2-0 Town Tue 02nd Mar 2004 23:06|
An uninspired Town fell to their second consecutive away defeat as Stoke ran out 2-0 winners at the Britannia Stadium. A defensive mix-up eventually led to Peter Hoekstra scoring a first half penalty, while in the second an offside looking Ade Akinbiyi put the home side further in front.
|Trains News Tue 02nd Mar 2004 11:03|
Anglia Railways has announced that additional trains from Ipswich will be running before and after Sunday's derby at Carrow Road. However, fans travelling from further afield face lengthy journeys due to engineering work.