|McCarthy Pleased With Peterborough Performance and Still Looking for New Signings Tue 18th Jul 2017|
Mick McCarthy said he was pleased with the performance of his two Ipswich Town teams after his side beat Peterborough United over four quarters of football.
|Peterborough United 1-3 Town - Match Report Tue 18th Jul 2017|
Joe Garner continued his fine pre-season form with a brace as Ipswich Town beat Peterborough United 3-1 in an epic four-quarter encounter.
|Celina in Starting XI at Peterborough But Bialkowski Misses Out Tue 18th Jul 2017|
Town’s team for the first hour of tonight’s 120-minute friendly at Peterborough United sees on-loan Manchester City man Bersant Celina make his first appearance in a Town shirt. (KO 7pm).
|Town Step Up Bodvarsson Interest as Pitman Closes in on Pompey Move Thu 13th Jul 2017|
Brett Pitman’s impending exit to Portsmouth, as revealed by TWTD earlier today, will see the Blues bring in another striker and we understand Wolves’ Icelandic international frontman or wide player Jon Dadi Bodvarsson is currently top of their list of targets.
|Blues Linked With Bodvarsson Loan Tue 11th Jul 2017|
Town are reported to be showing interest in signing Wolves winger or striker Jon Dadi Bodvarsson on loan.
|Drogheda United 0-5 Town - Match Report Sat 08th Jul 2017|
Town's pre-season programme got off to a winning start after goals from Freddie Sears (2), Brett Pitman, Kieffer Moore and Joe Garner saw the Blues to a 5-0 victory over Drogheda at United Park.
|Bialkowski Named Junior Blues Captain Fri 30th Jun 2017|
Blues keeper Bartosz Bialkowski has been named the Junior Blues captain for the season ahead.
|Gerken Signs New Deal Wed 28th Jun 2017|
Town keeper Dean Gerken has signed a new contract extending his time at Portman Road to the summer of 2019.
|Wolves Eyeing Bialkowski Move Wed 10th May 2017|
TWTD understands that Town’s Championship rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers are eyeing a summer move for keeper Bartosz Bialkowski.
|Nottingham Forest 3-0 Ipswich Town - Match Report Sun 07th May 2017|
Nottingham Forest saw themselves to Championship safety with a 3-0 final-day victory over the Blues at the City Ground. Britt Assombalonga put the home side in front via a 43rd minute penalty, skipper Chris Cohen made it 2-0 on 57 then, having missed a second spot-kick, Assombalonga added the third in the 69th minute. The defeat, the third in a row without scoring, sees Town finish 16th, their lowest league position since the ending the 1958/59 campaign in the same position in the old Second Division.
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