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Changes for Bolton Game Tue 04th Jan 2005 17:25
Town boss Joe Royle has revealed that he will make one or two changes to his side for next week's FA Cup third round match at home to Bolton Wanderers. Royle is also continuing to look for additions to his squad.
Second Trialist for Town Tue 04th Jan 2005 14:39
Town have announced that they will be trialing Paraguayan central defender Ángel Martínez this week in addition to Monaco midfielder Jimmy Juan. TWTD reported last week that the Blues were interested in taking 21-year-old Juan on trial.
Car Hit Kelvin's House Tue 04th Jan 2005 13:34
Town keeper Kelvin Davis may have had an excuse for his glaring error at the start of the West Ham game on New Year's Day - a car had crashed into his Bury St Edmunds home at 5am earlier that day.
Juan to Join on Trial Tue 04th Jan 2005 13:02
Monaco midfielder Jimmy Juan will join the Blues the Blues on trial this week with a view to signing on loan until the end of the season. TWTD reported last week that Town were interested in taking a look at the 21-year-old.
Norwich Give Up on Bent Tue 04th Jan 2005 12:38
Norwich manager Nigel Worthington says he has given up any hopes of signing either Town striker Darren Bent or Crewe frontman Dean Ashton. Worthington needs to add to his misfiring attack and has long admired the England U21 pair.
Westy Misses Coventry Tue 04th Jan 2005 12:27
Town have confirmed that midfielder Ian Westlake will miss the Coventry game after receiving his fifth booking of the season at Plymouth yesterday. The Blues take on Peter Reid's men at Portman Road on Saturday, January 15th.
The Fans are Magic — Jim Tue 04th Jan 2005 09:15
Jim Magilton has praised the fans for the way the North Stand reacted at the recent Stoke match. Jim was put through on goal with a superb pass but his legs just couldn't get him there. He was clearly frustrated and annoyed with himself but the fans picked him up by singing "Super Jim Magilton".
Joe: Result Not in Doubt Tue 04th Jan 2005 00:42
Town boss Joe Royle was in no doubt that his side were fully deserving of their 2-1 over Plymouth. However, Royle was adamant that his side ought to have had a penalty in the first half when Ian Westlake was fouled.
Plymouth 1-2 Town Mon 03rd Jan 2005 19:40
Two second half goals from Darren Currie took the Blues to a deserved 2-1 win over Plymouth Argyle, one of his former clubs. With Tommy Miller substituted, Currie took responsibility from the spot and netted a second not long after. Mickey Evans pulled one back not long after Currie's second.
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