|Forst Out Till April Wed 01st Feb 2006 20:36|
Striker Nicky Forster will be out until April after undergoing his second cartilage operation of the season. Exploratory surgery earlier today revealed the extent of the problem.
|Reserves at Coventry Wed 01st Feb 2006 14:36|
Town play at Coventry this evening and will field a strong side with many players from the first team aiming to impress or improve their fitness.
|Bowditch Injured Wed 01st Feb 2006 12:45|
On-loan striker Dean Bowditch suffered a recurrence of his hip injury and was withdrawn at half-time during Wycombe's 0-0 draw at Northampton on Tuesday night. The England U19 international is hopeful he will be available for their Saturday game at Wrexham.
|Joe Left Fuming Tue 31st Jan 2006 23:59|
Boss Joe Royle was left fuming at referee Phil Crossley's late award of a penalty for a handball by Jason De Vos. Both the Town manager and the former Canadian international were adamant that he was fouled prior to the ball touching his hand.
|Town 1-1 Leeds Tue 31st Jan 2006 23:17|
Town were denied their first non-Saturday win of the season by referee Phil Crossley's controversial late award of a penalty, apparently for a handball by Jason De Vos. Danny Haynes had put the Blues in front three minutes after the break, David Healy equalising via the controversial spotkick.
|A12 Delays Tue 31st Jan 2006 17:36|
Supporters travelling on the A12 through Essex for tonight's match against Leeds should note that there are major delays due to an accident.
|No Deadline Day Deals Tue 31st Jan 2006 13:59|
Joe Royle says that Hartlepool's interest in Town striker Dean McDonald has cooled. The final day of the transfer window is expected to pass quietly at Portman Road.
|Nash Pulls Out Tue 31st Jan 2006 11:23|
Central defender Gerard Nash has pulled out of the Republic of Ireland U21 squad playing in a tournament in Madeira in February. Nash, currently on loan at Hartlepool, is one of seven withdrawals due to domestic commitments.
|Town Offered Moore Tue 31st Jan 2006 10:14|
Boss Joe Royle has revealed that he recently turned down the chance to sign Leeds striker Ian Moore. The former Burnley man was previously a Town loan target in September.