|West Ham in Portman Road Friendly Talks Wed 30th May 2018 19:20|
TWTD understands the Blues are in talks with Premier League West Ham United regarding the Portman Road pre-season friendly on Saturday 28th July.
|Rotherham Boss Keen on Emmanuel Return But Expects Hurst to Want Him at Town Wed 30th May 2018 18:42|
Rotherham boss Paul Warne says he’d love loanee right-back Josh Emmanuel to return to the New York Stadium when his League One play-off winners return to the Championship next season but expects his one-time Millers team-mate Paul Hurst will want to keep him at Portman Road.
|Skuse: Exciting Times Ahead Wed 30th May 2018 12:46|
Blues midfielder Cole Skuse believes there are exciting times ahead at Portman Road under new manager Paul Hurst, Town having announced that the 43-year-old had signed a three-year deal along with his Shrewsbury assistant Chris Doig earlier today.
|Milne: We've Got the Top Manager in His Age Group Wed 30th May 2018 10:43|
MD Ian Milne believes Town have appointed “the top manager in his age group”, Paul Hurst having been confirmed as the Blues’ new boss earlier this morning.
|Town Confirm Hurst Appointment Wed 30th May 2018 09:38|
Town have confirmed the appointment of Paul Hurst as their new manager on a three-year deal. Hurst, 43, will be joined at Portman Road by his Shrewsbury assistant Chris Doig, 37, who is also on a three-year contract.
|Town Launch New Kits Tue 29th May 2018 18:13|
Town have revealed their kits for the 2018/19 season, which see a return to white sleeves for the home strip, as well as red detailing, and orange for the away.
|Town Announce Shorts Sponsor Tue 29th May 2018 17:14|
Town have agreed their first ever shorts sponsorship deal with local estate agent Nicholas Estates. The Blues will unveil their new adidas home and away kits later today, a new contract having been agreed with the kit manufacturer last week.
|Town: We Have Conducted Ourselves Under EFL Guidelines Tue 29th May 2018 13:14|
Town have responded to Shrewsbury chief executive Brian Caldwell’s comments claiming the Blues had made an illegal approach for Paul Hurst by insisting their conduct was within EFL guidelines.
|Shrews Chief Executive "Disappointed" By Town's "Illegal Approach" for Hurst Tue 29th May 2018 10:02|
Shrewsbury chief executive Brian Caldwell has hit out at Town for what he says was an “illegal approach” for his club’s manager Paul Hurst. Caldwell says he expects Hurst’s move to the Blues is now a fait accompli with his assistant Chris Doig set to join him at Portman Road.
|Town Granted Permission to Speak to Hurst Mon 28th May 2018 21:51|
Town have been given permission to speak to Shrewsbury manager Paul Hurst about the vacancy at Portman Road, the two clubs have announced. We understand Hurst could be confirmed as Blues boss as soon as tomorrow.