|Skuse Deal Done Claims as Doyle Linked Sun 05th May 2013 14:07|
Bristol City skipper Cole Skuse has agreed to join the Blues on a three-year deal this summer, according to reports in a number of today’s tabloids. The 27-year-old, who is out of contract, has been a rumoured Town close season target for several weeks.
|Town's Pre-Season Fixtures Sat 04th May 2013 22:17|
Town’s pre-season friendlies ahead of the 2013/14 campaign.
|U17s Lose to Colchester Sat 04th May 2013 18:13|
A Byron Lawrence penalty couldn't prevent a Town U17 side from losing 3-1 at home to Colchester in a friendly on Saturday morning.
|Debut Duo Delighted Sat 04th May 2013 17:32|
Jack Marriott and Tyrone Mings were both delighted to make their Town debuts, despite the Blues falling to a 2-0 defeat at Burnley. Meanwhile, at the other end of an Ipswich career, Lee Martin’s Blues exit appears to have been confirmed by his team-mates.
|McCarthy: Game Lacked Intensity Sat 04th May 2013 17:09|
Manager Mick McCarthy admitted that Town’s final day of the season 2-0 defeat at Burnley lacked the intensity it would have had if the Blues had still needed points to stay up. Second half goals from Junior Stanislas and Martin Paterson saw the Clarets to victory.
|Burnley 2-0 Town Sat 04th May 2013 14:58|
Second-half goals from Junior Stanislas and Martin Paterson saw Town fall to a 2-0 final day of the season defeat at Burnley. After a dull first half the game, played between two sides with nothing to play for, improved slightly after the break with the Clarets deserving the victory.
|Mings Makes Debut at Burnley Sat 04th May 2013 11:58|
Tyrone Mings will make his debut for the Blues in Mick McCarthy’s promised much-changed side at Burnley this afternoon (KO 12.45pm). Academy second-year scholar Jack Marriott is on the bench.
|Hyam: Better Times Ahead for Town Sat 04th May 2013 11:34|
Midfielder Luke Hyam has joined the dressing room chorus that better times are ahead for Town next season.
|McCarthy Glad to Avoid Final Day Stress Sat 04th May 2013 11:30|
Manager Mick McCarthy says that with Town’s Championship status having been confirmed via last week’s 3-1 home victory over Birmingham, he hasn’t checked out the league table for the first time in some while.
|McCarthy: Doubters Silenced Sat 04th May 2013 06:41|
Boss Mick McCarthy believes he has silenced those who doubted him after his sacking at Wolves in February 2012. After eight months out of work, the 54-year-old took over at Town on November 1st when they were bottom of the table with last week’s 3-1 home victory over Birmingham confirming their Championship status.