|Ipswich Town v Leeds United Match Gallery Sun 31st Mar 2013 10:30|
Relive our 3-0 win over Leeds through the eyes of Action Images photographer Steven Paston.
|Winter Makes Leiston Debut Sat 30th Mar 2013 20:03|
Academy second-year scholar Tom Winter came on as a 71st minute sub as Leiston and Lowestoft drew 0-0 at Victory Road in a Ryman League Premier Division local derby this afternoon. Striker Winter, one of the five scholars offered a one-year professional contract, joined Leiston on loan on Friday.
|McCarthy Delighted to Have a Bit of Good Fortune Sat 30th Mar 2013 18:30|
Manager Mick McCarthy was delighted with his side’s 3-0 home victory over Leeds but admitted that the visitors were the better side until Tom Lees’s red card just after the half hour.
|Town 3-0 Leeds United Sat 30th Mar 2013 17:01|
David McGoldrick scored twice and Jay Emmanuel-Thomas once as Town beat 10-man Leeds 3-0 at Portman Road. The visitors had been on top until defender Tom Lees was red-carded for a reckless challenge on Jay Tabb just after the half hour, McGoldrick netting either side of the break and sub Emmanuel-Thomas completing the scoring.
|Loach Return Only Change Sat 30th Mar 2013 14:51|
Scott Loach’s return in goal in place of departed loanee Stephen Henderson is the only change to the Town side for today’s home game against Leeds United.
|Winter Joins Leiston on Loan Sat 30th Mar 2013 09:59|
Academy striker Tom Winter has joined Ryman League Premier Division side Leiston on loan. The 18-year-old is set to make his debut in today’s home game against Lowestoft.
|Old Pals Meet at Portman Road Sat 30th Mar 2013 06:03|
Managers Mick McCarthy and Neil Warnock go back a long way to their days as players at Barnsley together. Winger Warnock was a senior pro and McCarthy a youthful centre-half when they played together in the reserves at Oakwell.
|Drury: Frustrating Season Sat 30th Mar 2013 06:02|
When it comes to describing the current campaign Town midfielder Andy Drury can sum it up in one word – frustrating. The midfielder has clocked up three successive starts and hopes to make it four in a row when Leeds United visit Portman Road today.
|McCarthy: Easter Games Not Make or Break Sat 30th Mar 2013 06:01|
Boss Mick McCarthy believes the Easter games won’t make or break Town’s season but says a decent haul of points from the fixtures at home to Leeds today and at Millwall on Monday could leave the Blues in a much healthier position.
|Drury Happy Working for McCarthy Sat 30th Mar 2013 06:00|
Andy Drury has no complaints with Town boss Mick McCarthy, even if the midfielder has spent more time than he would have liked on the bench this season.