|Lambert: We're Still Looking at Free Transfers Tue 25th Jun 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert says his focus will remain on free transfers despite the Blues receiving £450,000 for striker Ellis Harrison, who joined Portsmouth last week, and having picked up a windfall of almost £800,000 from ex-defender Matt Clarke’s move from Pompey to Brighton.
|Lambert: Another Striker Would Be Great Tue 25th Jun 2019|
Blues boss Paul Lambert says it would be great to add another frontman to his strike force having already signed James Norwood from Tranmere.
|Town Set for Windfall as Clarke's Brighton Move Confirmed Fri 21st Jun 2019|
Town are set to receive a not insignificant windfall with Portsmouth having confirmed that former defender Matt Clarke has joined Premier League Brighton on a four-year deal.
|Harrison's Pompey Move Confirmed Fri 21st Jun 2019|
Striker Ellis Harrison’s move to Portsmouth has been confirmed with the Welshman signing a three-year deal at Fratton Park with Pompey having paid £450,000 for the Welshman.
|Harrison at Pompey and Closing in on Move Thu 20th Jun 2019|
Blues striker Ellis Harrison has been spotted at Portsmouth’s training ground as the Welshman moves closer to a switch to Town’s League One rivals.
|Town Confirm Bialkowski Enquiries Wed 19th Jun 2019|
Town’s general manager of football operations Lee O’Neill has confirmed that the Blues have received "a number of enquiries" regarding keeper Bartosz Bialkowski and also for other players.
|Pompey Linked With Renewed Harrison Interest Sun 26th May 2019|
Portsmouth are reported to have renewed their interest in Blues striker Ellis Harrison.
|Hull Confirm Keane's Release Sat 18th May 2019|
Hull City have confirmed the release of striker Will Keane, who spent the second half of the season on loan at Portman Road.
|Ipswich Town 3-2 Leeds United - Match Report Sun 05th May 2019|
Collin Quaner’s 90th minute goal saw ten-man Town to a 3-2 home victory over Leeds United in their final game in the Championship. Flynn Downes gave the Blues the lead on the half-hour but Mateusz Klich equalised for Leeds just before the break, then Andre Dozzell added Town’s second two minutes after the restart. Stuart Dallas again levelled for the Whites, who were already guaranteed a place in the play-offs, in the 76th minute before Blues skipper Luke Chambers was red-carded for bringing down Kemar Roofe, who missed the resultant penalty. Town looked set for a point until Quaner profited from a mix-up between Leeds keeper Kiko Casilla and full-back Luke Ayling to seal the win.
|Ipswich Town 1-1 Leeds United - Half-Time Sun 05th May 2019|
Flynn Downes gave the Blues the lead with his first senior goal but Mateusz Klich equalised for Leeds just before half-time to leave the scoreline 1-1 at Portman Road at half-time.
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