|Town Confirm Retained List Thu 18th May 2017|
Town have announced their retained list confirming which players will be leaving Portman Road this summer.
|Digby Joins Mansfield Tue 16th May 2017|
Released Blues defender or midfielder Paul Digby has joined League Two Mansfield Town.
|Town End Season Away Against Relegation-Haunted Forest Fri 05th May 2017|
Town visit Nottingham Forest for the final game of their disappointing 2016/17 season on Sunday looking for their first win at the City Ground since December 1999, a victory which could relegate the hosts (Sky Sports 3, from 11.30am, KO midday).
|Too Similar Diagouraga Unlikely to Return Fri 05th May 2017|
Midfielder Toumani Diagouraga appears unlikely to return to the Blues in the summer with manager Mick McCarthy suggesting that the 29-year-old, who went back to his parent club Leeds earlier in the week having suffered a groin injury, is too similar to Cole Skuse.
|Crowe and Patterson Among Youngsters Set to Stay at Town Wed 03rd May 2017|
Wales U21 international keeper Michael Crowe and New Zealand international forward Monty Patterson (pictured) are among the young players Town have announced have been offered new terms.
|Digby, Robinson and Marsden Released Thu 27th Apr 2017|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has revealed that centre-halves Paul Digby and Joe Robinson, and goalkeeper Jacob Marsden will move on at the end of the season.
|Strong U23s Side Facing Millwall Mon 10th Apr 2017|
Town have named a strong U23s side featuring Jonny Williams, Teddy Bishop, Josh Emmanuel, Dominic Samuel, Andre Dozzell, Danny Rowe, Kieffer Moore and Paul Digby for this afternoon’s game against Millwall at Dartford’s Princes Park (KO 1pm).
|McCarthy: Wigan Will See It As a Game They Can Win Mon 03rd Apr 2017|
Blues boss Mick McCarthy says second-bottom Wigan will come to Portman Road on Tuesday night believing it’s a game they can win as they look to pull off an unlikely escape from relegation.
|Pitman on Target But U23s Held By Crewe Mon 20th Mar 2017|
A strong Town U23 side featuring a number of senior players were held to a 1-1 draw by a relatively youthful Crewe Alexandra team at Portman Road on Monday evening, Brett Pitman netting the Blues goal shortly after having had a penalty saved.
|Town Visit Barnsley Looking to End Run of Draws With Win Thu 09th Mar 2017|
Town visit manager Mick McCarthy’s hometown club Barnsley on Saturday looking to end a run of five successive draws by recording their second away win of 2017 and their fifth on the road this season.
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