|No Break for Miller Mon 22nd Apr 2002 15:50|
An x-ray has confirmed that Tommy Miller has not broken his foot. The midfielder was injured during Sunday's loss at Highbury and we understand that he is extremely doubtful for Wednesday's Boro game.
|Don't Give Up - Sheepy Mon 22nd Apr 2002 13:18|
Town chairman David Sheepshanks has said he has not given up on Town surviving and praised the spirit on show in the pitch and the supporters off it at Highbury on Sunday.
|Croft Scores Mon 22nd Apr 2002 13:08|
On-loan defender Gary Croft scored for Cardiff City on Saturday as his side beat Tranmere 1-0. Cardiff finished fourth in the Second Division.
|We Must Lose Habit - Bent Mon 22nd Apr 2002 13:07|
Town striker Marcus Bent says Town need to throw off the habit of losing before they find themselves in the First Division. Despite a good performance on Sunday the Blues once more came away pointless.
|United Match Sells Out Mon 22nd Apr 2002 11:12|
Town have announced that Saturday's match against Manchester United has sold out. Town had a small number of tickets avilable this morning by they went quickly.
|Reserves Squad Mon 22nd Apr 2002 11:01|
Richard Naylor, back from his loan spell with Barnsley, is in a youthful reserves squad for tomorrow's game against Southampton. (Training Centre, KO 2pm).
|We're Gutted - Reuser Mon 22nd Apr 2002 09:47|
Town midfielder Martijn Reuser says the Town side were gutted after yesterday's defeat at the hands of Arsenal. The Dutchman, who hit the post twice, says the Blues had their chances but that Arsenal's quality eventually told.
|Bent in England Action Mon 22nd Apr 2002 00:49|
Town's Darren Bent was in the England U19s side which beat Lithuania 2-1 at Nottingham Forest's City Ground this afternoon, but was replaced with an achilles injury in the second half.
|U17s Lose Mon 22nd Apr 2002 00:44|
Town's U17s lost their play-off quarter final at Manchester United 2-1 on Saturday. Town's youngsters went behind after 25 minutes before Dean Bowditch hit a second half equaliser.
|Burley on Defeat Sun 21st Apr 2002 19:34|
Town manager George Burley praised the workrate and and commitment of his side despite the disappointing result. He insisted that Town still had a chance of Premiership survival.