|Town at Burton on Opening Day, Sunderland First Visitors to Portman Road Thu 20th Jun 2019|
Town will travel to Burton Albion on the opening day of their first third tier season in 62 years with League One favourites Sunderland 2019/20’s first visitors to Portman Road the following week.
|Drinan in Irish U21s Squad Tue 21st May 2019|
Blues striker Aaron Drinan has been named in the Republic of Ireland U21s squad for the 2019 Maurice Revello Tournament in Toulon next month.
|Nash: Individual Development the Main Focus But We Want to Put on a Performance and Win Tue 30th Apr 2019|
Coach Gerard Nash says his U23s will be determined to win a place in the Professional Development League Two play-off final when they take on Birmingham City at Portman Road this evening, even if developing players is more important than picking up trophies at that level (KO 7pm).
|U23s Defeat Watford Thu 11th Apr 2019|
Kai Brown and Lounes Foudil scored the goals as Town’s table-topping U23s beat Watford 2-1 at Playford Road. Brown gave the young Blues the lead in the 24th minute before Marley Blair pulled one back for the Hornets, but sub Foudil sealed the victory 12 minutes from time.
|U23s Beaten at Leeds Mon 08th Apr 2019|
Town’s U23s fell to a 3-0 defeat to a strong Leeds United side at Elland Road this evening.
|U23s Confirmed as League Winners Mon 08th Apr 2019|
Town’s U23s, who are in action at Leeds this evening, have been confirmed as the winners of Professional Development League Two South, giving them home advantage in the play-off semi-final.
|Huws Returns as U23s Beat Owls Despite Ending Match With Nine Men Tue 26th Mar 2019|
Emyr Huws completed his first 61 minutes since August as Town’s U23s beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-1 at Playford Road to all but confirm their place in the end-of-season play-offs, despite finishing the match with nine men.
|Drinan and Crowe Win Caps Sun 24th Mar 2019|
Blues striker Aaron Drinan came off the bench to win his first Republic of Ireland U21s cap in this afternoon’s 3-0 victory over Luxembourg in Dublin, while Barry Cotter and Corrie Ndaba were unused subs. Elsewhere, Dylan Crowe picked up his fourth England U18s cap, also as a sub, as the Young Lions beat Mexico 3-2 at the SportChain Cup in Dubai.
|Youngsters Could Win Caps Sun 24th Mar 2019|
Blues trio Barry Cotter, Corrie Ndaba and Aaron Drinan could win their first Republic of Ireland U21s caps when their side face Luxembourg in their first European Championships qualifier in Dublin this evening, while academy right-back Dylan Crowe could make another England U18s appearance.
|Lambert: As Good a Group of Youngsters as I've Worked With Numbers-Wise Thu 14th Mar 2019|
Boss Paul Lambert believes Town’s emerging youngsters are as good a group of kids as he’s worked with in his career in terms of the number of them coming through at the same time.
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