|Chambers: We Still Feel We've Got an Opportunity Sun 03rd May 2020|
Skipper Luke Chambers still believes that the Blues will have an opportunity to get their 2019/20 season back on track once football returns with the return of previously injured players providing a boost.
|Town Quartet Make Donation to Local Hospital Thu 16th Apr 2020|
West Suffolk-based Town youngsters Jack Lankester, Brett McGavin, Liam Gibbs and Tommy Smith have clubbed together to make a donation to the My WiSH Charity in Bury St Edmunds to show their support for the West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust in the battle against the coronavirus.
|Lankester Finally Ready to Make Return Wed 08th Apr 2020|
Blues forward Jack Lankester is celebrating having been finally given the OK to return to full training once football resumes.
|Injured Blues Continuing Rehab at Home Fri 27th Mar 2020|
Blues physio Matt Byard has issued an update on the Blues players currently on their way back from injury - Alan Judge, Kane Vincent-Young, James Norwood, Jack Lankester and Tristan Nydam - as they continue their recoveries at home and in their gardens.
|Melbourne Net Late in Seven-Goal Thriller as Town Exit Ultimate Quaran-Team Cup Mon 23rd Mar 2020|
Town exited the Ultimate Quaran-Team Cup at the first round stage after a hard-fought 4-3 replay defeat to the Melbourne Victory this morning following a 1-1 draw in the initial tie.
|I Genuinely Believe I Can Win Sat 21st Mar 2020|
Josh Blunden, Town’s representative in the Ultimate Quaran-Team Cup, says he genuinely believes he is in with a chance of lifting the trophy.
|Vincent-Young, Rowe and Lankester Making Progress Fri 28th Feb 2020|
Kane Vincent-Young and Danny Rowe are both making good progress as they recover from injury but won’t be ready to make the trip to Blackpool on Saturday, while manager Paul Lambert says one or two players have “little knocks” ahead of the visit to Bloomfield Road and Jack Lankester is back out on the grass but is unlikely to feature this season.
|Sears: A Long Battle Back But I'm Feeling Good Thu 13th Feb 2020|
Striker Freddie Sears says he’s now feeling good after a long battle back from the ruptured cruciate knee ligament he suffered at Norwich a year ago last Monday.
|Lambert Issues Updates on Injured Quartet Fri 24th Jan 2020|
Town boss Paul Lambert says he has no new injuries ahead of Saturday’s home game against Lincoln City and gave updates on the progress of Danny Rowe, Kane Vincent-Young, Tristan Nydam and Jack Lankester.
|Owner Evans's Programme Column Sat 11th Jan 2020|
Town owner Marcus Evans wrote a lengthy column for the programme for today’s game which the club have given TWTD permission to reproduce in full.
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