|Lambert: It's Great to Be Back for Pre-Season Tue 25th Jun 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert is pleased to be back at Playford Road working with the squad ahead of the Blues’ League One campaign.
|O'Neill: Academy to Remain Category Two Tue 14th May 2019|
Town general manager of football operations and academy manager Lee O’Neill has reiterated that the club’s youth set-up will remain at category two despite the club’s relegation to League One and the loss of a number of talented young players to big Premier League clubs.
|Blues Playing for Pride as Blades Hope to Confirm Promotion Fri 26th Apr 2019|
Town go into the last away game of their 17-year stint in the Championship at Sheffield United on Saturday evening playing for pride and hoping to put a dampener on what could be a Blades promotion party (Sky Sports Football from 5pm, KO 5.15pm).
|Adeyemi on Target on Return But 10-Man U23s Well Beaten Mon 15th Apr 2019|
Tom Adeyemi scored and completed 45 minutes on his return from surgery on his achilles as Town's U23 side were well-beaten 4-1 by Nottingham Forest at Portman Road on Monday evening in their final league game of the season. The Blues were already four goals behind thanks to a hat-trick from Brennan Johnson, the son of former Town and Forest striker David, and one from Will Swan before Adeyemi pulled one back just before the break.
|Adeyemi Returns as U23s Host Forest Mon 15th Apr 2019|
Midfielder Tom Adeyemi is set to return to action for the first time since pre-season when the U23s, already confirmed as winners of Professional Development League Two South, face Nottingham Forest in their final league fixture of the season at Portman Road this evening (KO 7pm).
|Lambert: We Never Deserved to Take Anything From the Game Wed 10th Apr 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert admitted his side never deserved to take anything from their 2-0 defeat at Brentford believing the first half was the worst 45 minutes since he took charge.
|Brentford 2-0 Ipswich Town - Match Report Wed 10th Apr 2019|
First-half goals from Neal Maupay and Ollie Watkins saw Brentford to a comfortable victory over the Blues at Griffin Park. Maupay slammed home the opener in the 20th minute, moments after Collin Quaner had hit the post for the Blues when through on goal, then Watkins netted the second eight minutes later after the Bees made the most of a Flynn Downes error.
|Brentford 2-0 Ipswich Town - Half-Time Wed 10th Apr 2019|
Neal Maupay and Ollie Watkins’s goals have given Brentford a 2-0 half-time lead over the Blues at Griffin Park.
|Downes, Chalobah, Nsiala and Bree Return at Brentford Wed 10th Apr 2019|
Flynn Downes, Trevoh Chalobah, Toto Nsiala and James Bree return to the Town starting line-up for tonight’s game at Brentford.
|Lambert: Downes is a Big Talent Thu 04th Apr 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert believes midfielder Flynn Downes, who signed a new contract last week, is a “big talent” who has the “potential to be a really, really good player”.
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