|McCarthy: We Deserved It Despite Nervy End Sat 09th Aug 2014 20:54|
Town boss Mick McCarthy felt his side deserved their 2-1 victory over Fulham, despite some nervy closing moments after Tim Hoogland had pulled a late goal back for the visitors. Earlier, Daryl Murphy and the returning David McGoldrick had been on target for the Blues.
|U15s Fourth at Galway Cup Sat 09th Aug 2014 19:53|
Town’s U15s finished fourth in the Boys Elite competition at the Macron Galway Cup after losing the third/fourth play-off 3-0 to Israeli side Maccabi Haifa this afternoon.
|Ipswich Town 2-1 Fulham - Player Ratings and Reports Sat 09th Aug 2014 19:31|
How would you rate the players of both teams in Saturday's 2-1 win over Fulham?
|Town 2-1 Fulham Sat 09th Aug 2014 19:18|
David McGoldrick came off the bench to score the decisive goal as Town beat Fulham 2-1 in their opening day fixture at Portman Road. McGoldrick added to Daryl Murphy’s first-half goal in the 61st minute with Tim Hoogland pulling one back late on for the visitors.
|Town 1-0 Fulham - Half-Time Sat 09th Aug 2014 18:16|
Town are leading Fulham 1-0 via a Daryl Murphy goal at half-time.
|Bajner Handed Debut Sat 09th Aug 2014 16:36|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has handed new signing Balint Bajner his debut and Elliott Hewitt the right midfield role for this evening’s live Sky season opener against Fulham at Portman Road (KO 5.15pm).
|U18s Beat Canaries Sat 09th Aug 2014 14:34|
Cemal Ramadan's second-half strike saw Town's U18 side to a 1-0 victory over Norwich City in a friendly at Playford Road on Saturday morning.
|McCarthy: Hewitt an Improved Player Sat 09th Aug 2014 06:00|
Manager Mick McCarthy believes Wales U21 international Elliott Hewitt has returned to the club an improved player having spent much of last season on loan with League One Gillingham. The 20-year-old could start today’s opening match of the season at home to Fulham at right midfield with the Blues short of wide options with Paul Anderson, Cameron Stewart and Stephen Hunt all injured.
|McCarthy: Championship Even Harder Sat 09th Aug 2014 06:00|
Town manager Mick McCarthy believes this season’s Championship will be stronger than last year’s with the former Premier League sides having parachute payments, the clubs coming up from League One having invested heavily and a number of decent other teams already in the division.
|McCarthy: Not Such Fair Play Sat 09th Aug 2014 06:00|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says Financial Fair Play needs a new name as he believes it has contributed towards creating a less than even playing field in the Championship.