|Jewell: A Rude Awakening Sat 25th Aug 2012 18:11|
Blues boss Paul Jewell says his side’s 6-0 defeat at Blackpool was a rude awakening after their good start to the Championship season. The Town manager didn’t think anyone could have foreseen the eventual result during the first half.
|Villa Still Watching Cresswell Sat 25th Aug 2012 17:36|
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says Town's Aaron Cresswell is one of a number of left-backs he is keeping his eye on. The Premier League side made an enquiry regarding the 22-year-old former Tranmere man towards the end of July but have not made a further approach.
|Blackpool 6-0 Town Sat 25th Aug 2012 17:26|
Town’s positive start to the season came to an abrupt end as they were beaten 6-0 by Blackpool at Bloomfield Road. The home side went in front via an Aaron Cresswell own goal before Gary Taylor-Fletcher made it 2-0 just before the break. Thomas Ince claimed two goals shortly after the break – in addition to three assists – Craig Cathcart added a header and sub Nouha Dicko completed the rout in injury time.
|Drury Replaces Carson at Blackpool Sat 25th Aug 2012 14:46|
Town boss Paul Jewell has made one change to his side for today’s game at Blackpool with Andy Drury coming in for Josh Carson on the left of midfield.
|Jewell: Ollie Doing a Fantastic Job Sat 25th Aug 2012 07:17|
Town boss Paul Jewell says his Blackpool counterpart Ian Holloway has done a “fantastic job” at Bloomfield Road but revealed that they haven’t always seen eye to eye. The Blues take on Holloway’s top of the table Tangerines in Lancashire this afternoon.
|Town Aiming to Take Over at Top Sat 25th Aug 2012 06:02|
Michael Chopra admits the possibility of Ipswich taking over as early-season Championship leaders has been a major topic of conversation among the players as they prepare to visit current table-toppers Blackpool.
|Chopra in Great Shape and Enjoying His Football Sat 25th Aug 2012 06:00|
Ipswich striker Michael Chopra insists he is in better shape than he has been for years.
|Chopra: Town Will Benefit From Shape Shifting Sat 25th Aug 2012 06:00|
Ipswich’s ability to switch shape from one game to the next – and even during the 90 minutes – will serve them well this season, according to striker Michael Chopra.