|Sir Bobby Doing Well Wed 23rd Aug 2006 20:21|
Town president Sir Bobby Robson underwent surgery on his brain tumour earlier today in the North-East. A statement from the hospital said the operation went "very well".
|Price in U21 Squad Wed 23rd Aug 2006 16:53|
Keeper Lewis Price has been named in the Wales U21 squad for a European Championship qualifier against Turkey in Cardiff on September 2nd.
|Forster Misses QPR Wed 23rd Aug 2006 15:44|
Striker Nicky Forster is out of Friday's live Sky game at QPR. The former Reading man was replaced in the first half of last night's Carling Cup defeat at Peterborough with a groin problem.
|Supple Exit Denied Wed 23rd Aug 2006 14:30|
Town have denied the earlier newspaper report claiming Shane Supple is on his way out of Portman Road. The keeper was left out of the 16 at Peterborough, prompting speculation that the club could be ready to sell him.
|Richards Not Put Off Wed 23rd Aug 2006 14:19|
Midfielder Matt Richards says he will still volunteer to take penalties despite missing two already this season. The 21-year-old had one saved at Wolves and another stopped in the shoot-out with Peterborough on Tuesday.
|Shane Exit? Wed 23rd Aug 2006 13:45|
Shane Supple's omission from last night's 16 at Peterborough has led to newspaper speculation that the Irishman could be on his way out of Portman Road. Supple, 19, is currently one of Town's most bankable assets.
|Ward Set to Sign? Wed 23rd Aug 2006 12:08|
Town could be on the verge of signing Bohemians frontman Stephen Ward after the Irish U21 changed his mind about a move to Norwegian club Fredrikstad. The Irish Eircom League side have put a €250,000 (£170,000) price-tag on the highly rated 21-year-old.
|Jim: Second Goal Lifeline Wed 23rd Aug 2006 02:20|
Boss Jim Magilton felt that Peterborough's second goal marked a turning point in the Carling Cup first round tie. However, the Town manager was pleased with the performances of his young players.
|P'Boro 2-2 Town (4-2pens) Wed 23rd Aug 2006 02:11|
Town's Carling Cup campaign again ended early as Peterborough won a penalty shoot-out 4-2. Matt Richards and Alex Bruce missed from the spot after goals from Jason De Vos and Billy Clarke had seen the Blues twice come from behind to draw 2-2 after extra-time.
|Coach Story Denied Wed 23rd Aug 2006 00:38|
Town have denied Australian reports claiming the Blues have held talks with Bury coach Jim Petruzzi.