|Academy News Sun 10th Feb 2002 22:12|
Lee Beevers scored two goals for Town's U19s as they drew 2-2 away at Watford at the weekend. The match was played in blustery conditions with the Blues having the best of it.
|Mulryne Linked Sun 10th Feb 2002 18:54|
Tabloid reports today claim that Town are amongst a host of Premiership clubs interested in Norwich City's Phil Mulryne. The 24-year-old midfielder was in action this afternoon as the Canaries lost 1-0 to West Brom.
|Bassett Savages Taricco Sun 10th Feb 2002 13:32|
Two old sparring partners locked horns at White Hart Lane yesterday as Dave Bassett's Leicester lost 2-1 to Mauricio Taricco's Spurs. After the game Bassett had some harsh words on the subject of the former Town star, labelling him a "disgrace to the game".
|Burley on Thrashing Sat 09th Feb 2002 18:41|
Town manager George Burley named Andy Marshall as his Town Man of the Match even despite his conceding six goals. Perhaps only the first was the keeper's fault and, according to Burley, he kept the visitors' score down.
|X-Ray for Stewart Sat 09th Feb 2002 18:38|
Marcus Stewart has emerged as a new injury worry after today's match with Liverpool. The Town striker is to be sent for an x-ray after receiving an elbow in the face during the second half. Stewart only recently recovered from a broken jaw so this could be a worry.
|Finidi Wins Bronze Sat 09th Feb 2002 18:35|
Finidi George won a bronze medal at the African Nations' Cup as Nigeria beat Mali 1-0 in the Third Place Play-Off in Mopti this afternoon.
|Town 0-6 Liverpool Sat 09th Feb 2002 18:10|
Town fell to their worst home defeat in the Premiership as a rampant Liverpool side took them apart. A fairly even first half looked to be ending 1-0 to the away side, but a Heskey goal just before half-time was the signal for a superb second half attacking display for the the Reds.
|Town to Stay the Same Sat 09th Feb 2002 10:58|
TWTD understands that Town will line-up unchanged for the third match in a row when they face Liverpool at Portman Road this afternoon. The match will see the largest Portman Road crowd for some years with 26,000 expected to watch the clash of two in-form sides.
|Hamilton on Revival Sat 09th Feb 2002 10:55|
Bryan Hamilton says that his re-joining Town and the Blues' revival is nothing but coincidence. Former player Hamilton returned to Portman Road a month before the great turnaround which sees Town up to 12th in the League.
|Nigeria's Final Bow Sat 09th Feb 2002 10:52|
Nigeria play their final game of the African Nations' Cup today as the post-mortem begins as to why their challenge ended at the semi-final stage. Finidi's side play hosts Mali in the Third Place Play-Off today after going out to Senegal on Thursday.