|Keane Frustrated By Another Draw Sat 06th Feb 2010 19:16|
Boss Roy Keane was frustrated that the Blues recorded yet another draw - their 15th in the league this season - as the home game with Middlesbrough ended 1-1. However, the Town manager conceded that it was a fair result.
|Trotter's Millwall Beat Canaries Sat 06th Feb 2010 18:33|
On-loan midfielder Liam Trotter helped Millwall to a 2-1 victory over Norwich City at the Den on Saturday afternoon. Earlier this week, Trotter extended his spell with the Lions to the end of the season.
|Town 1-1 Middlesbrough Sat 06th Feb 2010 17:14|
Despite Daryl Murphy’s debut goal in the opening seconds via a David Healy assist, Town recorded their 15th league draw of the season against Boro at Portman Road. In a battling encounter of few clear-cut chances, David Wheater nodded an equaliser for the visitors just after the hour mark.
|Keane: Civelli Will Return Sat 06th Feb 2010 09:42|
Boss Roy Keane says the club have been given no indication that midfielder Luciano Civelli’s knee injury threatens his career. The Argentinian, who is currently back in South America, has been sidelined since suffering the injury in his eighth game for Town last March and now isn’t expected to return until early next season.
|Yao and Youngsters Could Get Their Chance Sat 06th Feb 2010 09:14|
Boss Roy Keane says new signing Devann Yao and members of Town's U18 side are in with a chance of first team football this season. The American trialist finally signed a contract until the end of the season earlier in the week.
|Wright Making Great Progress Sat 06th Feb 2010 09:05|
Keeper Richard Wright is ahead of schedule as he recovers from the knee ligament injury he sustained at Cardiff at the end of November. Boss Roy Keane says the former England glovesman is showing what a good professional he is.
|Keane: We Should Score More from Set Pieces Sat 06th Feb 2010 08:58|
Town boss Roy Keane says his side should be scoring more goals from set pieces. The Blues won a succession of corners and freekicks in dangerous areas at Preston last week and had only Tamás Priskin’s disallowed goal to show for them.