|New Manager Soon - Motson Wed 23rd Oct 2002 17:32|
BBC commentator John Motson says Town will announce their new manager in the next few days and doesn't expect it to be Peter Reid. Motson was in Suffolk to receive an honorary doctorate in Civil Law from Suffolk College.
|Ticketless Fans to Travel Wed 23rd Oct 2002 14:07|
TWTD has learnt that a number of Town fans are planning to travel to the Czech Republic for Town's UEFA Cup match against Slovan Liberec without tickets to the game. Many booked flights and accommodation only for the supply of tickets to run out before they were entitled to purchase them.
|Royle in Frame? Wed 23rd Oct 2002 12:28|
Joe Royle is the latest name we understand to have been in contact with Town over the vacant management position. Former Manchester City boss Royle has been out of a job since leaving Maine Road last summer.
|Venus Injured Wed 23rd Oct 2002 11:59|
Veteran central defender Mark Venus is a doubt for Saturday's match with Gillingham after picking up a back injury on Tuesday night. Venus was replaced in 80th minute by Wayne Brown.
|Reserves Face Arsenal Wed 23rd Oct 2002 10:02|
Town reserves will put out a fairly strong side tonight as they meet Arsenal's second string at Barnet's Underhill (KO 7pm). A number of fringe first teamers are involved including Finidi George.
|Mogga on Draw Tue 22nd Oct 2002 23:37|
Town caretaker-manager Tony Mowbray saw some good things in the draw with Burnley at Portman Road. The former skipper however, was less than pleased at the goals conceded.
|Town 2-2 Burnley Tue 22nd Oct 2002 23:29|
An 89th minute equaliser from Dimitrios Papadopoulos gave Burnley a point they probably deserved on the strength of their second half performance. Once again Town were patchy, despite going ahead inside the first minute through a John McGreal header. After Gnohere had equalised Darren Ambrose hit another stunner to put the Blues ahead at half-time.
|Moore Meets With Chairman Tue 22nd Oct 2002 17:28|
Rotherham manager Ronnie Moore is reported to have met with his chairman Ken Booth on Monday afternoon where it was confirmed that any approach from Town would be turned down.
|Reid Deal Not Yet Done Tue 22nd Oct 2002 14:43|
Contrary to earlier reports we hear from other sources that discussions are still ongoing between Town and Peter Reid. This morning we understood that the deal was close to being done and the former Sunderland manager was set to be announced as the new Blues' boss.
|Racism Complaint Ignored? Tue 22nd Oct 2002 13:00|
A report in the Observer at the weekend claims that Town stewards ignored a complaint regarding racist abuse at the recent East Anglian derby. The complaint came from a Norwich supporter about another Canaries fan.