|Jewell Delighted With Another Three Points Sat 05th Feb 2011 18:21|
Boss Paul Jewell was delighted with the three points as his side defeated Sheffield United 3-0 at Portman Road, their third league victory on the spin. The Blues boss compared striker Connor Wickham’s brilliant third with a Thierry Henry goal from years gone by.
|Town 3-0 Sheffield United Sat 05th Feb 2011 17:40|
Goals from Damien Delaney, David Norris and a stunning third from Connor Wickham saw the Blues to a 3-0 victory over nine-man Sheffield United. Delaney put Town in front with a header in a very poor first half with Norris adding the second after the break. Grant Leadbitter missed a penalty before Wickham brilliantly ran from his own half to seal the win, prior to Robert Kozluk and Lee Williamson receiving red cards within a minute during the closing stages.
|U18s Draw With Charlton Sat 05th Feb 2011 17:00|
Town's U18s surrendered a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Charlton Athletic at a windswept Playford Road on Saturday morning. Carel Tiofack (pictured) and Aaron Jones were on target for the young Blues.
|Jewell: If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It Sat 05th Feb 2011 13:03|
Boss Paul Jewell says he takes an ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix’ approach to using substitutes. The new Town manager has kept all of his subs on the bench throughout the side’s last two league games in stark contract to his predecessor Roy Keane who almost always utilised all three.
|Jewell: Hull's Pearson Wrong On Bullard's Wages Sat 05th Feb 2011 08:24|
Boss Paul Jewell has dismissed Hull City's head of football operations Adam Pearson’s claim that Town are paying £20,000 towards loan signing Jimmy Bullard’s £45,000 weekly wage. Writing in Hull’s programme for their 2-2 draw with Leeds on Tuesday, Pearson said that the Blues were paying £321,480 towards Bullard’s salary during his time at Portman Road.
|Jewell Will Look for Loanees Sat 05th Feb 2011 08:17|
Town manager Paul Jewell has confirmed that he’ll be looking to add to his squad when the ‘emergency loan window’ opens on Tuesday.