|Town Confirm Retained List Thu 18th May 2017|
Town have announced their retained list confirming which players will be leaving Portman Road this summer.
|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.
|U23s End Season By Hitting Coventry for Six Mon 24th Apr 2017|
Town’s U23s ended their Professional Development League Two South season on an emphatic note by thrashing Coventry City 6-0 at Portman Road. Ben Morris and Flynn Downes both scored twice and Adam McDonnell and Ben Folami once each as Gerard Nash’s side dominated from beginning to end.
|U23s Face Coventry in Final Game Mon 24th Apr 2017|
Adam McDonnell, Michael Crowe and Ben Morris will be in a young U23s side facing Coventry City in their final game of the season at Portman Road this evening (KO 7pm).
|Lawrence a Doubt as McCarthy Plans Changes at Rotherham Thu 20th Apr 2017|
Top scorer Tom Lawrence is a doubt ahead of Saturday’s trip to already-relegated Rotherham United, while second-choice keeper Dean Gerken is available again for a fixture in which manager Mick McCarthy is considering fielding some of his fringe players.
|McCarthy to Make Changes at Rotherham Thu 20th Apr 2017|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed he will field a changed team when the Blues take on already-relegated Rotherham United at the New York Stadium on Saturday. However, he says he’ll play full strength sides in Town’s other two games with Sheffield Wednesday chasing the play-offs and Nottingham Forest battling relegation.
|Town Face Newcastle Aiming to End Wait for Back-to-Back Wins Mon 17th Apr 2017|
Town go into this afternoon’s Sir Bobby Robson Day fixture against Newcastle United still looking to record back-to-back victories for the first time this season. The Blues got their Easter games off to a winning start and all but sealed their Championship status by defeating Burton Albion 2-1 at the Pirelli Stadium on Friday.
|Burton Albion 1-2 Ipswich Town - Match Report Fri 14th Apr 2017|
Ex-Blue Luke Varney netted an own goal and Freddie Sears his sixth of the season as Town beat Burton Albion 2-1 in their first ever competitive game at the Pirelli Stadium. After a first-half in which Myles Kenlock had a goal ruled out for offside, Burton sub Varney nodded a corner past his own keeper on 52, Sears added a second in the 79th minute, before the Brewers pulled a goal back via a Lucas Akins penalty four minutes from time but Town withstood some late pressure to claim the three points and all but confirm their Championship status.
|Burton Albion 0-0 Ipswich Town - Half-Time Fri 14th Apr 2017|
The Blues’ away game at Burton Albion remains 0-0 at half-time, Myles Kenlock having had a goal ruled out for offside.
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