|O'Neill: Report on Injuries to Be Compiled Tue 14th May 2019|
General manager of football operations Lee O’Neill says the club’s medical and sports science staff will put together a report on the club’s injury situation during the season with the Blues again having lost several players to fitness problems over the course of the campaign.
|Town to Announce Retained List Next Week Wed 08th May 2019|
Town will issue their official list of retained players next week with discussions understood to be continuing regarding the futures of a number of squad members.
|Town Look to Bow Out of Championship on Positive Note Fri 03rd May 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert says his team will be doing everything they can to try to end the club’s 62-year stay in the top two divisions on a positive note when they face Leeds United in their final game of the season at Portman Road on Sunday, but admits the third-placed Whites will go into the game as favourites.
|Chambers Named Player of the Year Sat 13th Apr 2019|
Skipper Luke Chambers was named the official Supporters Club’s Player of the Year at the Player Awards evening in Legends this evening.
|Relegation Could Be Confirmed as Blues Host Birmingham Fri 12th Apr 2019|
Town host Birmingham City needing to win to stand any chance of delaying relegation to the third tier for the first time in 62 years for another week.
|Let’s Do the Business at Ipswich and Have a Good End to the Season - Notes for Birmingham City Fri 12th Apr 2019|
HarryFromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday’s game at Portman Road by delving into their forums.
|Keane, Collins and Bishop Could Return as Adeyemi Back in Training Thu 04th Apr 2019|
Will Keane and James Collins could return to the Town squad at Bolton Wanderers on Saturday having trained, while Teddy Bishop is expected to be back in the travelling party having missed out last week, but Jon Nolan is a big doubt. Long-term absentee Tom Adeyemi has also been training for the first time since pre-season.
|Sears: Long Road Back But Recovery Has Been Good So Far Wed 03rd Apr 2019|
Striker Freddie Sears says his rehabilitation from the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury he suffered in the Norwich game in February has gone well so far and he is looking forward to getting back in action next season.
|Lambert: Probably the Story of the Season Sat 30th Mar 2019|
Manager Paul Lambert felt Town’s 2-0 home defeat to Hull City probably told the story of the season with the Blues again playing well but unable to turn their performance into goals and in turn points.
|Ipswich Town 0-2 Hull City - Match Report Sat 30th Mar 2019|
Kamil Grosicki netted a goal in each half as Hull City defeated the Blues 2-0 at Portman Road. Town saw plenty of the ball throughout and had the ball cleared off the line twice in the first half but the Tigers were far more clinical with Polish international Grosicki taking opportunities in the 14th and 49th minutes and the visitors never looked in much trouble once they had established their two-goal lead.
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