|Ipswich Town 0-4 Aston Villa - Match Report Sat 21st Apr 2018|
Aston Villa inflicted Town’s heaviest home defeat in precisely seven years as the Blues were beaten 4-0 having had Grant Ward sent off just prior to half-time. Ex-Blue Conor Hourihane put the Villans ahead on 25 and then in the second half, after Ward had been dismissed for catching Neil Taylor with a high boot, Lewis Grabban scored on 57 and 78 and sub Henri Lansbury in the 82nd minute.
|Ipswich Town 0-1 Aston Villa - Half-Time Sat 21st Apr 2018|
Conor Hourihane’s 25th minute goal has given Aston Villa a 1-0 lead over the Blues at half-time, with Town having been reduced to 10 men following Grant Ward’s late red card.
|Nash Looking Forward to Pitting Wits Against Top Manager Bruce Thu 19th Apr 2018|
Assistant caretaker-boss Gerard Nash is looking forward to sharing the touchline with Steve Bruce, one of the Championship’s most experienced managers, when the Blues take on Aston Villa at Portman Road on Saturday afternoon.
|Klug: Players Didn't Deserve Kick in the Teeth Sat 14th Apr 2018|
Caretaker-manager Bryan Klug felt his players didn’t “deserve the kick in the teeth” as Nottingham Forest staged a late, late turnaround to defeat the Blues 2-1 at the City Ground.
|Nottingham Forest 2-1 Ipswich Town - Match Report Sat 14th Apr 2018|
Caretaker-boss Bryan Klug was denied a first match victory as Nottingham Forest staged a remarkable last-gasp turnaround at the City Ground. The Blues had gone ahead via Grant Ward in the 38th minute and looked set to hold on to their lead until their goalscorer bundled Ben Brereton over and, after the England U19 international had netted from the spot in the final minute, Joe Lolley smashed home a volley deep in injury time to win it for Forest, who had previously gone six games without a goal.
|Nottingham Forest 0-1 Ipswich Town - Half-Time Sat 14th Apr 2018|
Grant Ward’s 38th minute goal has given the Blues a 1-0 lead over Nottingham Forest at the City Ground at half-time in caretaker-boss Bryan Klug’s first game in charge.
|Klug Hands Morris Full Debut at Forest Sat 14th Apr 2018|
Striker Ben Morris makes his full Championship debut for the Blues in Bryan Klug’s first game in temporary charge at Nottingham Forest this afternoon.
|Klug: I'm Very Fortunate to Have Big Responsibility Thu 12th Apr 2018|
Town visit Nottingham Forest on Saturday for the first match of the four-game Bryan Klug era, former boss Mick McCarthy having departed along with his assistant Terry Connor on Tuesday. Caretaker-manager Klug, who first joined the Blues as a player in 1977 during Sir Bobby Robson’s time as boss, says he’s “very fortunate” to have been handed the role and knows it is a “big responsibility”.
|Spence: My Respect For Mick and TC Couldn’t Be Any Greater Thu 12th Apr 2018|
Town defender Jordan Spence has expressed his gratitude to former boss Mick McCarthy and his assistant Terry Connor following their departures from Portman Road following Tuesday’s 1-0 home defeat of relegation-threatened Barnsley.
|Spence: McCarthy's Post-Match Exit Came Out of the Blue Thu 12th Apr 2018|
Jordan Spence has admitted that he and his team-mates were all stunned when manager Mick McCarthy delivered the news after the midweek home victory over Barnsley that he was leaving his role with immediate effect.
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