|Town Out to Maintain Away Form and Get Back to Winning Ways at Sunderland Fri 07th Feb 2020|
Town visit seventh-placed Sunderland on Saturday aiming to continue this season's impressive away form and looking to return to winning ways after two defeats.
|Ward Signs for Blackpool Sat 28th Dec 2019|
Former Blues midfielder Grant Ward has joined Blackpool on an 18-month contract with the Seasiders having an option for a further season.
|Sears: I'm Ready to Go, Ready for Action Tue 17th Dec 2019|
Striker Freddie Sears has declared himself “ready to go, ready for action” having played his second U23s game as he continues his comeback from his ACL injury.
|Sears Continues Comeback as Cotter Nets Winner for U23s Mon 16th Dec 2019|
Freddie Sears completed another hour on his return from injury as Barry Cotter’s stunning second-half volley saw Ipswich Town’s U23s come from behind to beat Crystal Palace U23s 2-1 at Playford Road.
|Sears and Morris in Action For U23s Mon 16th Dec 2019|
Freddie Sears and Ben Morris will continue their comebacks from injury when the U23s host Crystal Palace at Playford Road this afternoon (KO 1pm).
|Lambert: Sears and Bishop Could Be Like New Signings Fri 13th Dec 2019|
Blues boss Paul Lambert has revealed that midfielder Teddy Bishop isn’t too far behind Freddie Sears on the road to recovery, the striker having made his return to the U23s at Millwall on Monday.
|Morris: Really Good to Be Back Out Playing Thu 12th Dec 2019|
Striker Ben Morris was delighted to be back in action for the U23s having been out since February with an ACL injury.
|Sears Plays 45 Minutes on Return as U23s Lose at Millwall Mon 09th Dec 2019|
Freddie Sears played 45 minutes and Ben Morris and Grant Ward an hour each as they made their returns after lengthy spells out with ACL injuries as Town's U23s were beaten 4-1 by Millwall at The Den, Ben Folami netting the Blues’ goal.
|Sears, Morris and Ward in U23s at Millwall Mon 09th Dec 2019|
Freddie Sears, Ben Morris and Grant Ward will all play for Town’s U23s when they face Millwall at The Den this afternoon as they continue their recoveries from their ACL injuries (KO 1pm).
|Lambert: Vincent-Young Injury a Blow, One or Two Niggles Ahead of Coventry Cup Tie Fri 29th Nov 2019|
Blues boss Paul Lambert admits Kane Vincent-Young’s absence for 12 weeks having undergone adductor surgery on Tuesday is a blow but says the former Colchester man’s absence is somebody else’s gain. Lambert says “one or two” of his squad are carrying niggles ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup second round tie against Coventry City at St Andrew’s, while Flynn Downes is back in training after his illness and Jordan Roberts is closing in on a return to the first team.
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