|Holland Tight-Lipped on Town Role Sun 28th Oct 2012 10:12|
Former Blues skipper Matt Holland could be part of the new Town management set-up. The 38-year-old watched yesterday’s 3-0 home defeat from the directors’ box and was remaining tight-lipped regarding the Blues’ managerial situation.
|Quartet Linked With Blackpool Boss Sat 27th Oct 2012 23:13|
Blackpool manager Ian Holloway is reported to be interesting Town and the various other Championship clubs currently looking for new bosses.
|Hutchings: Senior Players Let Me Down Sat 27th Oct 2012 18:33|
Caretaker-boss Chris Hutchings felt he was let down by his more experienced players as the Blues slumped to a dismal 3-0 home defeat in what’s likely to be the former Chelsea full-back’s only game in charge.
|Town 0-3 Sheffield Wednesday Sat 27th Oct 2012 17:02|
The size of the task facing whoever takes over at Town was made all too evident as Sheffield Wednesday left Portman Road having run out 3-0 winners. The Owls, previously without a win in 10 games, went in front in the first minute through Ross Barkley, the on-loan Everton man adding the second just before the hour mark, before Michail Antonio added the third late on.
|Luongo in Action for Spurs Sat 27th Oct 2012 15:09|
Loanee Blues midfielder Massimo Luongo was in action for his parent club Tottenham’s U21 side this morning as they beat Manchester United 4-2 at home.
|U18s Hammer Brentford Sat 27th Oct 2012 14:49|
Town’s U18s hammered Brentford 6-0 at Playford Road this morning. Tom Winter netted a hat-trick, Cory Galvin scored twice and Mark Timlin once.
|Carson, Hyam and Murphy Back for Blues Sat 27th Oct 2012 14:40|
Town caretaker-boss Chris Hutchings has made three changes for his first and possibly only game in charge of the Blues. Josh Carson, Luke Hyam and Daryl Murphy return to the side with Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, Nigel Reo-Coker and Andy Drury dropping to the bench.
|Positive Approach from Hutchings Sat 27th Oct 2012 09:32|
Caretaker-manager Chris Hutchings emphasised his positive approach ahead of today’s home game against fellow strugglers Sheffield Wednesday, a match he describes as the first of many cup finals for Town.
|Martin Concentrating on Football Not Contract Sat 27th Oct 2012 06:04|
Lee Martin has willingly put his own future to one side for the time being as he forgets about a new contract and focuses fully on managerless Town’s plight at the foot of the Championship table.
|Martin: Change of Manager May Work for Town Sat 27th Oct 2012 06:02|
Ipswich star Lee Martin has admitted a change of manager could be what is required to transform the club’s fortunes.