|Town Number 20 in FA Cup Draw Sun 07th Dec 2014 19:07|
Town will be ball number 20 in the draw for the third round of the FA Cup which takes place from The Deep aquarium in Hull on Monday evening (7pm, BBC Two, Five Live). The Blues will be looking to win a cup tie for the first time under Mick McCarthy’s management.
|McCarthy: Best of the Season Sat 06th Dec 2014 18:30|
Boss Mick McCarthy believes Town’s 4-1 home victory over Leeds was the Blues best win of the season so far. Top scorer Daryl Murphy netted twice and David McGoldrick (pen) and Christophe Berra once as Town came from behind to beat the West Yorkshiremen comfortably.
|Town 4-1 Leeds United - Match Report Sat 06th Dec 2014 16:56|
Daryl Murphy scored twice and David McGoldrick (pen) and Christophe Berra once each as second-placed Town came from behind to thrash Leeds United 4-1 at Portman Road. The visitors went ahead via Mirco Antenucci in the fourth minute but Murphy struck back on 12, then McGoldrick netted from the spot on 26, Murphy added his second just before the break and Berra added the fourth three minutes into the second half.
|Ipswich Town 4-1 Leeds United - Player Ratings and Reports Sat 06th Dec 2014 16:55|
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|U18s Draw With Cardiff Sat 06th Dec 2014 16:23|
Cemal Ramadan was on the scoresheet twice as Town’s U18s drew 2-2 with Cardiff City at Playford Road this morning.
|Town 3-1 Leeds United - Half-Time Sat 06th Dec 2014 16:00|
Daryl Murphy scored twice and David McGoldrick once (pen) as Town came from behind to lead 3-1 at home against Leeds United at half-time.
|Ipswich Town v Leeds United - Chatroom Open Sat 06th Dec 2014 14:30|
If you're not at Portman Road this afternoon, join us in the chatroom with live match updates from Town fans and the latest scores from across the country.
|Berra Returns For Blues Sat 06th Dec 2014 14:22|
Christophe Berra returns from his one-match ban but Mick McCarthy names an otherwise unchanged side for today’s home game against Leeds United.
|Arsenal Interest Will Have Positive Effect On Mings Sat 06th Dec 2014 06:00|
Boss Mick McCarthy expects Arsenal’s interest in Tyrone Mings to motivate the left-back to play even better than he has up to now. Yesterday, Gunners boss Arsene Wenger confirmed that he was keeping tabs on the 21-year-old.
|It Was 10 Years Ago Today Sat 06th Dec 2014 06:00|
Ten years ago today a young footballer arrived on trial at Town and, despite suffering an injury which cut short his stay, did well enough to be asked back for a second spell.