Sears: Long Road Back But Recovery Has Been Good So FarWed 03rd Apr 2019 Striker Freddie Sears says his rehabilitation from the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury he suffered in the Norwich game in February has gone well so far and he is looking forward to getting back in action next season.
Norwich City 3-0 Ipswich Town - Match ReportSun 10th Feb 2019 Two second-half Teemu Pukki goals and Onel Hernandez’s early opener saw Norwich City beat the Blues 3-0 at Carrow Road as Town continue their long wait for a derby victory. Hernandez put the Canaries in front in the second minute of a first half which saw Blues boss Paul Lambert and Norwich head of performance Chris Domogalla red-carded after the teams and staffs clashed in the closing stages. Town were the better side for much of the second half before Pukki goals on 65 and 81 sealed the win for the top of the table Norfolk side.
Hurst: A Great Fixture in Which to Get That First VictoryFri 31st Aug 2018 Town boss Paul Hurst is well aware of the importance of Sunday’s East Anglian derby against Norwich City at Portman Road with the Blues without a victory over their greatest rivals in nine years (Sky Sports Football, red button from 11.55am/iFollow Ipswich). In addition, Hurst goes into the match with his side bottom of the Championship and still looking for his first win since taking charge.
McCarthy: I'd Love to Win Derby For Long-Suffering FansFri 16th Feb 2018 Boss Mick McCarthy says he’d love to win Sunday’s East Anglian derby against Norwich City at Carrow Road for Town's fans, bringing their nine-year wait for a victory over their greatest foes to an end (Sky Sports Main Event/Football from 11.30am, kick-off midday). McCarthy admits that if either side loses Sunday’s match it would almost certainly end their play-off hopes.