|Town and Doncaster Linked With Former Miller Ball Wed 12th Jun 2019|
Town and Doncaster Rovers are reported to be interested in released Rotherham defender Dominic Ball, who has spent the last two seasons on loan at Aberdeen.
|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.
|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.
|Lambert Hoping Quaner is Fit for Championship Finale Fri 03rd May 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert hopes Collin Quaner will be fit enough to start against Leeds in the final game of the season - and the last of the Blues' 17 years in the Championship - on Sunday with his squad short of fit strikers.
|U23s Beaten in Play-Off Semi-Final By Birmingham Tue 30th Apr 2019|
First-half goals from Corey O’Keeffe and Adan George and a last-gasp effort from Kyle Hurst saw Birmingham City to a comfortable 3-0 victory over Town’s U23s at Portman Road and into a Professional Development League Two play-off final against Leeds United. The Blues U23s fell behind to O’Keeffe’s headed rebound in the third minute and never really looked like taking anything from the game once George had struck the second on 25 with Hurst adding his goal in injury time. The margin of victory would have been more convincing but for a series of impressive second-half saves from Harry Wright (pictured).
|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).
|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).
|Taylor: The Real Success is Players Coming Through Into the First Team Thu 25th Apr 2019|
Assistant boss Stuart Taylor wishes the Blues’ U18s and U23s well in their play-off games over the course of the next few days but says developing players for the first team is more important than winning trophies at those levels.
|Kenlock Back in Training Ahead of Sheffield United Trip Thu 25th Apr 2019|
Left-back Myles Kenlock is back in training ahead of Saturday’s trip to Sheffield United having missed the 1-0 Easter Monday defeat to Swansea with a minor hamstring problem.
|Preston North End 4-0 Ipswich Town - Match Report Fri 19th Apr 2019|
Callum Robinson and Lukas Nmecha each scored twice as Preston North End beat Town 4-0 at Deepdale, the already-relegated Blues’ heaviest defeat of the season. Robinson netted on six and 22 to give the Lilywhites a comfortable half-time lead and Nmecha sealed the Lancastrians’ comprehensive win with his brace in the second half. The jaded-looking Blues, who never looked like getting anything from the game following a slow start in which Robinson netted the opening goal, went closest to scoring when Kayden Jackson hit the bar in the second half.
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