|Warky at Cup Draw Fri 02nd Nov 2012 16:03|
Blues legend John Wark will be one of the special guests conducting the FA Cup second round draw on Sunday afternoon. Wark will be joined by one of Town’s 1978 FA Cup semi-final opponents, West Brom striker Cyrille Regis.
|Murphy: Mick's Just the Man for Town Fri 02nd Nov 2012 15:10|
Midfielder or striker Daryl Murphy says new manager Mick McCarthy is just the man to get Town out of their current situation. The 29-year-old Irishman previously played for McCarthy at Sunderland.
|U18s Make Long Trip to Swansea Fri 02nd Nov 2012 14:05|
Town’s U18s are making the long trip to South Wales today ahead of Saturday’s game against Swansea City at the Llandarcy Academy of Sport (KO 11am).
|U18s Draw Bristol City in Youth Cup Fri 02nd Nov 2012 13:22|
Town's U18s will face Bristol City away in the third round of the FA Youth Cup.
|McCarthy Era Starts at Birmingham Fri 02nd Nov 2012 13:07|
New manager Mick McCarthy appears unlikely to make many dramatic changes as he goes into his first game as Blues boss at Birmingham City on Saturday. McCarthy and his assistant Terry Connor officially took over at Portman Road yesterday and haven’t had too much time to work with their new players.
|McCarthy's Wolves Scouts Depart Fri 02nd Nov 2012 11:01|
Wolves have confirmed the exits of their chief scout Dave Bowman (pictured) and European scout Ian ‘Taff’ Evans. Yesterday, there was speculation in the West Midlands press that the duo could be on their way to join their old boss Mick McCarthy at Portman Road.
|No Discussion on Coaches' Futures Fri 02nd Nov 2012 00:03|
Mick McCarthy says he’s yet to make any decision on the remaining members of Paul Jewell’s coaching staff. Assistant manager Chris Hutchings left the club by mutual consent earlier today with Terry Connor taking on his role, but no further changes have as yet been made.
Still at the club from the Jewell era are coaches Mark Kennedy, who played for McCarthy with Millwall and the Republic of Ireland, Sean McCarthy, fitness coach Andy Liddell, U18s coach Russell Osman and fitness consultant Steve Williams.
|McCarthy: Evans is a Really Good Guy Thu 01st Nov 2012 23:34|
New boss Mick McCarthy says he wouldn’t have joined the Blues if he hadn’t hit it off with Town owner Marcus Evans. The 53-year-old was installed as the new manager at Portman Road earlier today.
|McCarthy: Winning Football's The Only Style Thu 01st Nov 2012 23:10|
Mick McCarthy is a firm believer in one style of football – winning football. The former Millwall, Ireland, Sunderland and Wolves boss was unveiled as Town’s new manager at a press conference late this afternoon.
|McCarthy: No Immediate Major Changes Thu 01st Nov 2012 22:31|
Incoming boss Mick McCarthy says he’ll not be making any major changes to the Blues’ approach in the short-term as he has little time to work with the squad before the back to back away games at Birmingham on Saturday and Crystal Palace on Tuesday.