|Johnno for Â£120,000 Thu 25th Apr 2002 14:07|
Nottingham Forest are prepared to let former Town striker David Johnson leave for just Â£120,000 his agent has said. Johnson spent much of the latter part of the season on loan and scored five goals in eight games in his final spell away from the City Ground, at Burnley under his old Bury manager Stan Ternent.
|No Bigger Game - Sheepy Thu 25th Apr 2002 13:22|
Town chairman David Sheepshanks says that Saturday's Portman Road clash with Manchester United is the biggest game in Town's history. Town are now just two points behind Sunderland as sides enter their final games.
|Dinner for Boys of 62 Thu 25th Apr 2002 13:20|
Friday night sees members of Sir Alf Ramsey's First Division championship-winning side welcomed back to Portman Road as guests of honour at Town's annual ex-players' dinner.
|Two New Injury Worries Thu 25th Apr 2002 09:21|
Sixto Peralta and Mark Venus both picked up groin injuries during yesterday's 1-0 win over Middlesbrough.
|Bent on Goal Thu 25th Apr 2002 09:18|
Town striker Darren Bent was unsurprisingly chuffed with his match-winning goal during last night's game. Bent had been on the field just seconds when he got to a Jamie Clapham corner to put the ball in the net.
|Burley on Bent and Win Wed 24th Apr 2002 23:32|
George Burley concentrated on Darren Bent after Town's win against Middlesbrough. The Town boss swapped both his strikers on 57 and it paid off soon afterwards.
|Town 1-0 Boro Wed 24th Apr 2002 23:05|
A battling Town moved to two points from safety with a 1-0 win over an uninspired Middlesbrough. Darren Bent grabbed the goal within seconds of coming on as a 57th minute substitute. Town were good for their win with a number of other chances created and a hunger which has not been evident in some of the less impressive performances lately.
|Albion in for Stewart? Wed 24th Apr 2002 15:13|
Reports in Birmingham claim that West Bromwich Albion are eyeing a summer swoop for Town striker Marcus Stewart. Albion are likely to bring in a number of players over the summer as they prepare for their first Premiership season.
|Graaven on Trial Wed 24th Apr 2002 14:39|
Former Town striker Guillermo Graaven is on trial with Belgian side Anderlecht. The Dutchman was released by the Blues in December.
|New Job for Butcher Wed 24th Apr 2002 14:36|
Former Town skipper Terry Butcher has taken over as boss at Scottish Premier League side Motherwell. Former manager Eric Black and chief executive Pat Nevin have resigned and chairman John Boyle is set to put the club up for sale.