|O'Dea Unsure of Future Mon 10th Jan 2011 16:08|
On-loan defender Darren O’Dea says his future is now up in the air following the change of manager at Portman Road. The Celtic defender says he was all-set to remain on loan with the Blues until the end of the season until Roy Keane's departure.
|Jewell: Too Good an Opportunity to Turn Down Mon 10th Jan 2011 15:43|
New boss Paul Jewell said the chance to manage Town was too good an opportunity turn down after signing on at Portman Road until 2013. The new Blues manager says the opportunity with Town ticked all the boxes.
|Town Topic: Welcome Paul! Mon 10th Jan 2011 14:16|
Paul Jewell has taken the reins at Portman Road, is he the right man to take the Blues forward?
|Jewell in the Town Mon 10th Jan 2011 13:18|
Town have confirmed former Bradford, Sheffield Wednesday, Wigan and Derby boss Paul Jewell as their new manager. The 46-year-old has signed a two-and-a half-year contract.
|Manager to Be Unveiled at 1pm Mon 10th Jan 2011 08:29|
Town have announced a 1pm press conference [delayed to 1.15pm] where Paul Jewell is set to be confirmed as the Blues' new boss.
|McParland: I've Never Been Beaten Like That Sun 09th Jan 2011 18:12|
Caretaker-manager Ian McParland admitted that Town’s 7-0 FA Cup embarrassment at Chelsea was the worst result of his coaching and management career. The match, the Blues' worst ever defeat in the competition, looks likely to be McParland’s one game in charge with Town set to name Paul Jewell as their new manager on Monday.
|Chelsea 7-0 Town Sun 09th Jan 2011 17:09|
Managerless Town fell to their record FA Cup defeat as they were thrashed 7-0 by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. After an evenly balanced first half hour the holders and Premier League champions went on the rampage with the goals coming from Salomon Kalou, Daniel Sturridge (2), Carlos Edwards (OG), Nicolas Anelka and Frank Lampard (2).
|Clegg: Keane Was Showing the Strain Sun 09th Jan 2011 09:05|
Chief executive Simon Clegg says former manager Roy Keane’s angry exchanges with fans at Monday’s 1-0 home defeat to Nottingham Forest showed that the pressure was starting to get to the Irishman. Keane rowed and gestured towards supporters behind the dug-out and on the way back to the tunnel after the club’s seventh loss in nine games.