|AGM Report Thu 05th Dec 2002 23:39|
Town chairman David Sheepshanks laid out the reasons for the club's current financial woes at the AGM this evening and seemed largely to be amongst friends.
|McGreal Fitness Race Thu 05th Dec 2002 16:27|
Town defender John McGreal is in a race against time to be fit for Saturday's home league clash with Rotherham United.
|Brown Stalls on Move Thu 05th Dec 2002 16:17|
Town defender Wayne Brown is stalling on a switch to fellow First Division side Gillingham. Brown, in action for the reserves on Thursday afternoon, was recently given a free transfer by manager Joe Royle.
|Reserves 1-3 Coventry Thu 05th Dec 2002 16:10|
Town's reserves were comfortably beaten 3-1 by the Coventry second string at the Playford Road Training Centre this afternoon. The Sky Blues went three goals up before Academy striker Sam Morrow netted a consolation.
|Royle Impressed With Side Thu 05th Dec 2002 12:29|
Town manager Joe Royle was impressed with his side's performance last night against a strong Liverpool side in the Worthington Cup.
|Marshall Looking Ahead Thu 05th Dec 2002 12:27|
Town keeper Andy Marshall says he hopes his performance at Liverpool last night can be the springboard for him to win back his place in the first team.
|Reserves Side Named Thu 05th Dec 2002 12:01|
Town have named the side for this afternoon's reserves match with Coventry City (Training Centre, KO 1.30pm). As expected Martijn Reuser is in the squad as he continues his recovery after a knee operation.
|Reserves in Action Thu 05th Dec 2002 10:46|
Town's second string are in action today against Coventry City (Training Centre, 1.30pm). Steve McCall looks likely to field a young side with many fringe players involved at Liverpool last night.
|L'pool 1-1 Town (5-4 pen) Thu 05th Dec 2002 00:02|
Unlucky Town bowed out of a cup competition on penalties for the second time this season after drawing 1-1 with Liverpool at Anfield in an exciting Worthington Cup encounter. Jamie Clapham was the only man to miss in the shoot-out after Tommy Miller and El-Hadji Diouf had scored the goals in normal time.
|Miller Bid Turned Down Wed 04th Dec 2002 12:09|
Town manager Joe Royle has turned down a loan bid from Sheffield Wednesday for Tommy Miller. New Owls boss Chris Turner was Miller's manager at Hartlepool before the 24-year-old's £800,000 move to Portman Road in the summer of 2001.