|Gillingham 2-1 Town - Match Report Sat 22nd Jul 2017|
Town’s 100 per cent pre-season record ended with a 2-1 defeat at Gillingham, Danny Rowe pulled one back for the Blues after the home side had gone in front via a Tom Eaves penalty and Scott Wagstaff’s strike from distance.
|Gillingham 0-0 Town - Half-Time Sat 22nd Jul 2017|
Town’s pre-season friendly at Gillingham remains 0-0 at half-time but with the Blues having been on top throughout the first half.
|Bialkowski Returns Against Gills Sat 22nd Jul 2017|
Bartosz Bialkowski returns to the Town starting line-up for this afternoon’s pre-season friendly at Gillingham (KO 3pm).
|Webster and Bialkowski Back for Gillingham Trip Fri 21st Jul 2017|
Defender Adam Webster is set to play his first game of pre-season at Gillingham on Saturday afternoon (KO 3pm), while keeper Bartosz Bialkowski will return to the squad having been unwell for the 3-1 win at Peterborough on Tuesday.
|Town to Face Gillingham in Pre-Season Tue 23rd May 2017|
Town have confirmed a friendly against Gillingham at the Priestfield Stadium on Saturday 22nd July (KO 3pm).
|Warnock Confirms Huws Took Pay Cut to Join Town Fri 03rd Feb 2017|
Cardiff boss Neil Warnock has confirmed reports that new Blues loanee Emyr Huws took a pay cut to join Town on deadline day. The 23-year-old Wales international will be at Portman Road for the remainder of the season.
|Town Visit Bristol City Looking for First Back-to-Back Wins of the Season Fri 02nd Dec 2016|
Town travel to Bristol City on Saturday looking to record back-to-back wins for the first time this season, manager Mick McCarthy having already confirmed that he will start the same XI which beat QPR 3-0 at Portman Road last week.
|Morris Signs Pro Deal Wed 06th Jul 2016|
Striker Ben Morris has confirmed that he has signed his first pro deal with the Blues, as revealed by TWTD earlier today.
|Town Enter Final Straight at Wolves Fri 01st Apr 2016|
Town travel to manager Mick McCarthy’s former club Wolverhampton Wanderers as they move into the final eight games of the season in eighth place in the Championship, four points plus goal difference from the play-offs.
|McCarthy Expecting Bouncing Ashton Gate Fri 12th Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy is expecting a bouncing Ashton Gate on Saturday with Bristol City’s home ground sold out ahead of new manager Lee Johnson’s first game in charge. The Blues, now seventh, visit the Championship’s 21st-placed team looking to end an uncharacteristic run of three away defeats in all competitions and climb back into the top six.
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