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Keane-Wickham Row Claim Sun 31st Oct 2010 09:30
Town boss Roy Keane is claimed to have had a row with star striker Connor Wickham in a report in one of this morning’s tabloids.
Keane: It Could Have Ended 7-4 Sat 30th Oct 2010 18:15
Town boss Roy Keane felt his side’s 2-0 home victory over Millwall could have ended 7-4 with both teams having plenty of opportunities to score. Lions boss Kenny Jackett thought his side were unlucky with two penalty decisions.
U18s Win at Portsmouth Sat 30th Oct 2010 17:31
Northern Ireland U19 international striker Caolan Lavery scored two second half goals as Town’s U18s won 2-0 at Portsmouth on Saturday afternoon.
Town 2-0 Millwall Sat 30th Oct 2010 17:05
Jason Scotland’s fifth goal in six home league games and a Grant Leadbitter penalty saw the Blues to a 2-0 victory over Millwall at Portman Road. Scotland struck only Town’s second first half league goal of the season, then Leadbitter sealed it after the break from the spot, Danny Shittu having fouled Tamás Priskin.
Town Draw West Brom at Home Sat 30th Oct 2010 12:26
Town have drawn West Brom at home in the quarter-final of the Carling Cup.
Keane: Town Won't Look to Sell Wickham Sat 30th Oct 2010 11:46
Town boss Roy Keane says the Blues won’t be looking to sell star youngster Connor Wickham to raise funds when the transfer window opens in January. Wickham, who is available for today’s home game against Millwall after recovering from his ankle injury, continues to be watched on a regular basis by the likes of Tottenham, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United.
Keane: Priskin Not the Only Player to Have Needed Time Sat 30th Oct 2010 10:10
Town boss Roy Keane says striker Tamás Priskin is by no means the only player who has taken time to settle at a club. The Hungarian is starting to make an impact at Portman Road this season after a less impressive first year with the Blues.
Trotter's Progress No Surprise to Keane Sat 30th Oct 2010 09:55
Town manager Roy Keane says he’s not surprised that former Blues midfielder Liam Trotter is having a successful season with Millwall, who are at Portman Road this afternoon. The 22-year-old has been a regular for the Lions after joining them for an undisclosed fee in the summer and was recently linked with Premier League Sunderland.
Keane: No Panic at Portman Road Sat 30th Oct 2010 09:38
Blues boss Roy Keane says there’s no panic at Portman Road despite the Blues losing three successive league games. The Town manager feels that the press has been harsher on him in the wake of those losses than it might have been on other managers.
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