|Bangor Claim Town Snub Mon 23rd Sep 2002 15:23|
Bangor boss Peter Davenport claims his club were snubbed by the Blues after they offered to give them advice on UEFA Cup opponents FK Sartid. The Welsh side faced Sartid in the qualifying round of the same competition, losing 2-1 on aggregate.
|Burley Wants More Desire Mon 23rd Sep 2002 14:01|
George Burley says his players need to show more "appetite and desire" as they face Brighton on Tuesday night in the Worthington Cup. He stressed the importance of getting back to winning ways against the Seagulls after Sunday's disastrous display against Stoke.
|Sort It Out! - Sheepy Mon 23rd Sep 2002 13:16|
Town chairman David Sheepshanks has told Town's players, coaching staff and manager that it is up to them to turn Town's season around. The chairman said he empathised with fans angry at Town's faltering start to the season.
|Squad for Brighton Mon 23rd Sep 2002 11:39|
Skipper Matt Holland and Mark Venus are both missing from George Burley's squad for Tuesday's Worthington Cup match against Brighton. Both underwent treatment during Sunday's loss at Stoke.
|Venus a Doubt Mon 23rd Sep 2002 10:23|
Veteran defender Mark Venus is a doubt for Tuesday's home Worthington Cup match with Brighton and Hove Albion.
|We Owe You - Hermann Mon 23rd Sep 2002 10:17|
Town defender Hermann Hreidarsson has promised fans that the players will not let them down again after Sunday's dreadful display at Stoke.
|Burley on Loss Sun 22nd Sep 2002 23:47|
Town boss George Burley described Sunday's first half performance at Stoke as "unacceptable", however, he felt that after the Blues had got back on terms they would go on to win.
|Stoke 2-1 Town Sun 22nd Sep 2002 21:14|
Town fell to a disappointing defeat at Stoke's Britannia Stadium after appearing to have the game within their grasp. A first half Shtaniuk goal had put Stoke ahead, but a revival in the second half saw Matt Holland get the Blues back on terms before a breakaway goal from Andy Cooke gave the Potters the points.
|Clubs Watching Ambrose Sun 22nd Sep 2002 09:20|
Tabloid reports this morning claim that Arsenal and Newcastle are keeping an eye on Town youngster Darren Ambrose. The midfielder has been one of the stars of Town's season so far and has scored three goals in nine appearances for the Blues.