|Town Stars Pay Last Respects to Beattie Fri 26th Oct 2018 19:50|
A host of Town stars paid final tribute to legend Kevin Beattie at the former England international's funeral at Seven Hills Crematorium this afternoon.
|McCarthy: No Sympathy With Fans Who Hounded Me Out Fri 26th Oct 2018 19:16|
Former boss Mick McCarthy says the section of the Town support who were hounded him out have “got what they deserved” and he has “no sympathy” with them following the Blues’ disastrous start to the season which has led to his successor Paul Hurst departing only 14 games into the Championship season.
|Millwall v Ipswich Town: Match Betting Fri 26th Oct 2018 15:00|
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|Chambers: Players Must Take Responsibility Fri 26th Oct 2018 14:30|
Blues skipper Luke Chambers says the squad must take some of the responsibility for former manager Paul Hurst’s spell in charge having come to a premature end yesterday with Town bottom of the Championship having won only once this season.
|Lambert Set to Be Confirmed on Saturday Fri 26th Oct 2018 14:25|
Paul Lambert will be confirmed as Town boss on Saturday morning at 9am ahead of the game at Millwall. The new manager will watch the match from the stands with Bryan Klug in caretaker charge.
|Klug: Very Different Time to Be in Charge Fri 26th Oct 2018 12:47|
Caretaker-boss Bryan Klug admits his one-game stint in charge at Millwall on Saturday is very different his four-match spell at the end of last season. The Blues go to the Den sitting bottom of the table, four points from safety, whereas Town were safe with nothing left to play for during April and May.
|Legend Beattie's Funeral Today Fri 26th Oct 2018 12:11|
The funeral of Blues legend Kevin Beattie takes place this afternoon with fans asked to pay tribute at Portman Road rather than at the crematorium. Beattie died aged 64 last month.
|Klug Hopeful Squad Strong Enough to Stay Up But Admits Current Position Frightens Him Fri 26th Oct 2018 11:58|
Caretaker-boss Bryan Klug is hopeful the Blues squad is strong enough to avoid relegation to the third tier of English football for the first time in 62 years but admits the prospect of dropping into League One frightens him.
|Klug: Everything That Could Go Wrong Seemed to Go Wrong for Paul Fri 26th Oct 2018 11:32|
Caretaker-manager Bryan Klug says everything that could go wrong seemed to go wrong for departing boss Paul Hurst during his short spell in charge at Portman Road. Hurst, assistant manager Chris Doig, fitness coach Nathan Winder and physio Chris Skitt all left the club yesterday with Paul Lambert on the verge of being appointed the club’s new boss.
|Let’s Hope Ipswich Don’t Get a Dead Cat Bounce on Saturday - Notes for Millwall Fri 26th Oct 2018 11:00|
HarryFromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday’s game at the Den by delving into their forums.