|O'Dea Given Permission to Play Sat 08th Jan 2011 20:47|
On-loan defender Darren O'Dea has been given permission to play for the Blues in their FA Cup tie at Chelsea by his parent club Celtic.
|U18s Lose at Norwich Sat 08th Jan 2011 20:44|
Town's U18s lost 2-1 to local rivals Norwich City in a hastily-arranged friendly at their Colney Training Centre on Saturday morning.
|McAuley: Some Players Let Keane Down Sat 08th Jan 2011 13:56|
Defender Gareth McAuley says former manager Roy Keane was let down by some members of his squad. The Northern Irishman believes there are players at Portman Road who aren’t too sorry to see him move on.
|Norris: Keane Can Still Be a Top Boss Sat 08th Jan 2011 10:14|
Town captain David Norris says sacked manager Roy Keane could still go on to become a top boss, despite his failure at Portman Road. Keane’s 20-month spell at Town came to an end on Thursday when Marcus Evans gave him the bad news by phone.
|Defensive Duo OK to Face Chelsea Sat 08th Jan 2011 00:15|
Caretaker-manager Ian McParland has been given the go-ahead to play on-loan Celtic defender Darren O'Dea in Sunday's FA Cup third round tie against holders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. McParland, who says he will move on once a new boss takes over at Town, has received more good news with Gareth McAuley OK to make the trip despite suffering a hamstring injury in last week's defeat to Nottingham Forest.
|Clegg and Evans Spending Weekend Interviewing Candidates Fri 07th Jan 2011 23:22|
Chief executive Simon Clegg and Town owner and chairman Marcus Evans will spend the weekend interviewing potential new bosses. The duo have a number of prospective candidates to speak to with the process already ongoing.
|Town Topic: Who Should Replace Keane? Fri 07th Jan 2011 15:24|
With Roy Keane sacked 20 months into his Portman Road tenure, who would you like to replace him?
|McParland and Players Shocked By Keane’s Exit Fri 07th Jan 2011 15:18|
Caretaker-manager Ian ‘Charlie’ McParland says Town’s coaches and players were shocked to hear of manager Roy Keane’s sacking when they arrived at Playford Road this morning. McParland will take charge of a much-weakened Blues side in the FA Cup at Chelsea on Sunday with midfielder Jake Livermore also now ruled out of the trip to Stamford Bridge.
|Clegg: New Manager In the Coming Days Fri 07th Jan 2011 12:05|
Chief executive Simon Clegg says he hopes to appoint Town’s new manager in the coming days. Clegg was speaking at a Portman Road press conference this morning where he confirmed Roy Keane’s exit from the club.
|Keane Disappointed to Be Leaving Town Fri 07th Jan 2011 11:50|
Former Town boss Roy Keane says he is hugely disappointed to be leaving Portman Road. The Irishman was told that his time with the Blues was at an end yesterday via a phone call from club owner and chairman Marcus Evans.