|Trio Receive Calls Mon 05th Nov 2007 17:15|
Midfielder Owen Garvan and striker Billy Clarke have been named in a Republic of Ireland U21 squad playing friendlies with Bulgaria and Montenegro later this month. Defender Chris Casement has received a Northern Ireland U21 call for European Championship games with Luxembourg and Moldova.
|Rhodes Back Home Mon 05th Nov 2007 17:08|
Town have recalled striker Jordan Rhodes back to Portman Road at the end of his month's loan at Oxford United. The Blue Square Premier club had wanted to keep the 17-year-old for an extended spell.
|Haynes Left Out of Squad Mon 05th Nov 2007 14:24|
Striker Danny Haynes has been left out of the squad for Tuesday's trip to Sheffield United. The England U19 international injured his ankle during Sunday's game at Norwich.
|Haynes to Miss Trip to Bramall Lane Mon 05th Nov 2007 12:33|
Boss Jim Magilton again has to decide on his formation when the Blues travel to Sheffield United on Tuesday still looking for their first away win of the season. Town are likely to be without striker Danny Haynes, who injured his leg at Norwich.
|Magilton Agrees New Deal Mon 05th Nov 2007 11:14|
Town boss Jim Magilton has agreed to sign a new contract which will keep him with the Blues until 2010. Late last month, TWTD was first to reveal that the club were set to offer the Northern Irishman an extended stay at Portman Road.
|Yallop Leaves Galaxy Mon 05th Nov 2007 09:22|
Former Blue Frank Yallop has resigned from his position as head coach of David Beckham's LA Galaxy to return to the San Jose Earthquakes.
|Jim Unhappy With Defending Sun 04th Nov 2007 18:19|
Boss Jim Magilton blamed poor defending for his side failing to hold on to their 2-0 half-time lead at Norwich, however, the Town manager felt that the Canaries are a better side than their current bottom of the table position suggests.
|Norwich 2-2 Town Sun 04th Nov 2007 16:32|
Town's away hoodoo continued after the East Anglian derby at Carrow Road ended 2-2. Goals from Alan Lee and Pablo Couñago put the Blues ahead at the break, but the home side hit back via Martin Taylor and Jamie Cureton in the second half.