|Defender Earl's Loan Ended Mon 04th May 2020|
Defender Josh Earl’s loan with the Blues from Preston has been ended with football still suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
|EFL Still Aiming to Play Remaining Fixtures Fri 01st May 2020|
Chairman Rick Parry has written an open letter to clubs reiterating that the EFL remains determined to play the 2019/20 campaign to its conclusion and outlining progress towards this aim which has been made this week.
|Lambert Not Giving Up on Play-Offs Fri 13th Mar 2020|
Boss Paul Lambert was insisting that the Blues are still targeting a play-off place at his morning press conference which took place ahead of confirmation that tomorrow's game at Bristol Rovers is off due to the EFL's suspension of fixtures until April 3rd.
|Lambert: Lads Gave Me Everything Sat 07th Mar 2020|
Blues boss Paul Lambert was proud of his team and everybody in the stadium, despite his side having been beaten 1-0 by leaders Coventry City at Portman Road.
|Ipswich Town 0-1 Coventry City - Match Report Sat 07th Mar 2020|
Matt Godden’s 16th minute goal saw leaders Coventry City to a 1-0 victory over the Blues at Portman Road. Town were an improvement on Tuesday’s defeat to Fleetwood by the same scoreline but were unable to find an equaliser.
|Ipswich Town 0-1 Coventry City - Half-Time Sat 07th Mar 2020|
Matt Godden’s 16th minute goal has given Coventry a 1-0 lead over the Blues at Portman Road at half-time.
|Six Changes as Blues Host Leaders Coventry Sat 07th Mar 2020|
Will Norris, Teddy Bishop, Luke Woolfenden, Cole Skuse, Gwion Edwards and Freddie Sears all return to the starting line-up as manager Paul Lambert makes six changes for the visit of Coventry City.
|Holy Aiming to Kick His Way to World Record Fri 21st Feb 2020|
Town goalkeeper Tomas Holy has revealed a secret ambition to challenge Brazil international Ederson for a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.
|Holy: Norwood Will Be Missed But We Have Three More Quality Strikers Fri 21st Feb 2020|
Tomas Holy has echoed the views of boss Paul Lambert and agreed striker James Norwood will be missed as he recovers from today’s operation to repair a persistent groin problem.
|Wilson: Tough One to Take But Positives From Performance Sun 09th Feb 2020|
Blues defender James Wilson admitted the 1-0 loss at Sunderland was tough to take with Town having dominated the first half and having had a number of chances. The 30-year-old says no one at Portman Road is panicking despite a third successive defeat having seen Town drop out of the top six for the first time since the opening day of the season.
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