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Christophe Berra

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Berra's Return to Hearts Confirmed Tue 23rd May 2017
Departing Town centre-half Christophe Berra has signed a pre-contract agreement with his former club Hearts.
Departing Berra in Scotland Squad Mon 22nd May 2017
Departing Blues defender Christophe Berra has been named in the Scotland squad for their World Cup qualifier against England at Hampden Park on Saturday 10th June.
Veteran Blackburn Defender Linked Thu 18th May 2017
Veteran central defender Gordon Greer, who is leaving Blackburn this summer, is the latest player to be linked with the Blues along with a number of other clubs.
Town Confirm Retained List Thu 18th May 2017
Town have announced their retained list confirming which players will be leaving Portman Road this summer.
Pitman and Bru Can Leave Town Wed 10th May 2017
TWTD understands that striker Brett Pitman and midfielder Kevin Bru have been told they can leave Town if they find themselves new clubs over the summer.
Town Confirm Berra's Exit Tue 09th May 2017
Town have confirmed that central defender Christophe Berra is leaving the club.
Spence Keen to Stay at Town Mon 08th May 2017
Defender Jordan Spence reiterated his desire to stay with Town following the 3-0 final-day defeat at Nottingham Forest on Sunday.
McCarthy Ready for a Holiday After Disappointing Season Sun 07th May 2017
Town boss Mick McCarthy admitted that he is ready for a holiday after the Blues’ disappointing season ended with a 3-0 defeat at Nottingham Forest. The Blues manager added that his side, like Forest, who escaped relegation to League One on the final day have "not been good enough all season long".
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.
Nottingham Forest 1-0 Ipswich Town - Half-Time Sun 07th May 2017
Britt Assombalonga’s 43rd minute penalty has given relegation-threatened Nottingham Forest a 1-0 half-time lead over the Blues at half-time at the City Ground.
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