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Naked Radio Tonight Wed 07th Nov 2007 08:45
Remember to tune in to Ipswich Community Radio's, The Naked Football Show, this evening (6-6.30pm). The programme, which aims to get to the nub of Town issues as the season progresses, has been favourably compared to "four blokes chatting about football in a pub".
Sheepshanks on Sullivan Link Wed 07th Nov 2007 08:33
Town chairman David Sheepshanks has commented on newspaper reports this morning once again linking Birmingham City co-owner David Sullivan with a move for the Blues.
FIFA Rules on Bruce Eligibility Wed 07th Nov 2007 02:21
FIFA have responded to Northern Ireland's complaint regarding the Republic of Ireland fielding players it believes are ineligible. The IFA, the Northern Irish football association, was unhappy that Town's Alex Bruce and a number of other players had been capped by the Republic.
Jim Slams Lino's Decision Wed 07th Nov 2007 00:17
Boss Jim Magilton felt that his side were the victims of a poor linesman's performance at Bramall Lane on Tuesday.
Sheffield United 3-1 Town Tue 06th Nov 2007 23:59
Town are still waiting for their first away win of the season after losing 3-1 to Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. The Blades were ahead in the first half via James Beattie, but Jon Walters put the Blues on terms prior to a controversial penalty netted by Beattie and Keith Gillespie's late third.
Town Looking to Avoid Extending Run Tue 06th Nov 2007 14:00
Town go into tonight's game at Sheffield United looking to avoid extending their run of away games without a win to 11 matches.
Trio Set for Cup Action Tue 06th Nov 2007 11:32
Town have given George O'Callaghan, Matt Richards and Sammy Moore permission to play for their loan clubs in this Saturday's FA Cup first round. O'Callaghan and Richards are with Brighton, who take on Cheltenham, while Moore is with Brentford, who face Luton.
Garvan: Fixtures Too Close Together Tue 06th Nov 2007 09:26
Midfielder Owen Garvan says Town's players should not have been asked to play two games in three days. The Blues faced Norwich at Carrow Road on Sunday and take on Sheffield United at Bramall Lane tonight.
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