On Monday, 21st November 2016
|Fowler Nets Injury Time Winner as U23s Beat Palace in Seven-Goal Thriller Mon 21st Nov 2016 16:20 |
Two goals in the last seven minutes helped Town's U23 side to a 4-3 victory over Crystal Palace at Playford Road on Monday afternoon. Centre-half George Fowler (pictured) scored a header at the end of each half with James Blanchfield and Ben Morris also netting for Gerard Nash's young side.
|Dozzell, Benyu and McDonnell in U23s Facing Palace Mon 21st Nov 2016 11:28 |
Andre Dozzell, Kundai Benyu and Adam McDonnell are set to feature for the Blues’ U23s against Crystal Palace at Playford Road this afternoon (KO 1pm).
|The Blue Monday Podcast - Now Online Mon 21st Nov 2016 09:00 |
The next edition of the Blue Monday Podcast is now available online.
|Williams: Poor Start Led to Poor Performance Mon 21st Nov 2016 06:00 |
Midfielder Jonny Williams felt the Blues' performance during Saturday's 2-0 home defeat to his former loan club Nottingham Forest never recovered from conceding Britt Assombalonga’s opening goal after only 17 seconds, the Championship's fastest strike this season.
On Saturday, 21st November 2015
|McCarthy: We Let Them Off the Hook Twice Sat 21st Nov 2015 18:18 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy was frustrated that his side let Wolves off the hook twice believing their performance was worthy of a victory rather than a 2-2 draw.
|Town 2-2 Wolverhampton Wanderers - Match Report Sat 21st Nov 2015 17:11 |
Jonathan Douglas and Daryl Murphy put Blues in front in either half but Wolves equalised twice via James Henry and Benik Afobe in a 2-2 draw at Portman Road. Douglas opened the scoring in the 16th minute, Henry levelled seven minutes before the break, prior to Murphy regaining Town’s lead on 54, but Afobe hit back with a header 15 minutes from time.
|Ipswich Town 2-2 Wolverhampton Wanderers - Player Ratings and Reports Sat 21st Nov 2015 17:05 |
If you saw the match against Wolves, please give us your player ratings and a mini match report.
|U18s Lose to Colchester Sat 21st Nov 2015 16:26 |
Town’s U18s were beaten 3-1 by their Colchester United counterparts at Playford Road this morning, midfielder James Blanchfield netting the Blues’ goal.
|Town 1-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers - Half-Time Sat 21st Nov 2015 15:59 |
Jonathan Douglas put the Blues ahead in the 16th minute but James Henry equalised for Wolves against the run of play seven minutes before the break.
|Town Unchanged Against Wolves Sat 21st Nov 2015 14:25 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy has named an unchanged side for today’s game against his old club Wolves.
|Ipswich Town v Wolverhampton Wanderers - Chatroom Open Sat 21st Nov 2015 14:00 |
If you're not at the match this afternoon, come and join us in the chatroom and discuss it with hundreds of Town fans (521 were in for Rotherham).
|Signing Sessions With Legend Crawford Launch New Town Book Sat 21st Nov 2015 12:20 |
Author Dave Ablitt and legendary Blues striker Ray Crawford, who has written the foreword, are launching a new book Howda Towan Git On? by taking part in signing sessions at the weekend.
|Ipswich Town v Wolverhampton Wanderers - Your Predictions Sat 21st Nov 2015 09:33 |
84% of TWTD members believe that Town will beat Wolves this weekend, but what do you think?
|McCarthy: Key Men Back to Their Best Sat 21st Nov 2015 06:00 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy says it’s no coincidence that the Blues’ return to form has coincided with some of their key men getting back to the top of their game.
|McCarthy: Euros a Great Incentive for Strike Pair Sat 21st Nov 2015 06:00 |
Boss Mick McCarthy was delighted to see the Republic of Ireland reach next summer’s European Championship by beating Bosnia-Herzegovina in their two-legged play-off not just as a former manager and player but also because it provided strikers Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick with a great incentive.
On Friday, 21st November 2014
|AFC Bournemouth v Ipswich Town: Match Betting Fri 21st Nov 2014 15:00 |
Fancy a flutter on Saturday's match?
|Decisions For McCarthy Ahead of Bournemouth Trip Fri 21st Nov 2014 13:14 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy has decisions to make throughout his team ahead of Saturday’s away game against second-placed AFC Bournemouth. McCarthy has to choose whether to continue with Bartosz Bialkowski in goal or to bring back the fit-again Dean Gerken, while he has plenty of options in midfield and a dilemma in his defence.
|Halcyon Days, People, Halcyon Days! - Notes for Bournemouth Fri 21st Nov 2014 11:08 |
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday's game by delving into their forums.
|McGoldrick: No Competition With Murph Fri 21st Nov 2014 10:33 |
Town striker David McGoldrick has insisted he is not in competition with partner Daryl Murphy in the scoring stakes, his only aim being to do everything within his power to earn the club promotion to the Premier League at the end of the season.
|McGoldrick: Career Was Slipping Away Fri 21st Nov 2014 10:25 |
David McGoldrick has revealed how he had to take drastic action to rescue a career that seemed to be going nowhere fast just a few short years ago.
|U18s at Brentford Fri 21st Nov 2014 10:17 |
Town’s U18s are in action against Brentford on Saturday morning at their Jersey Road training ground in Osterley (KO 11am).
|McGoldrick: Best is Yet to Come Fri 21st Nov 2014 06:00 |
He has attracted a huge bid from a Premier League club and made his international debut, all in the space of the last three months, but Town striker David McGoldrick is adamant the best is yet to come.
|McCarthy: Didzy Has International Ability Fri 21st Nov 2014 06:00 |
David McGoldrick’s bright start to his Republic of Ireland career came as no surprise to Town boss Mick McCarthy. The 26-year-old, playing alongside his Blues team-mate Daryl Murphy, created two goals on his Ireland debut as Martin O'Neill's side beat the USA 4-1 in a friendly in Dublin.
|McGoldrick Surprised to Start for Ireland Fri 21st Nov 2014 06:00 |
Town striker David McGoldrick has reflected on his recent international debut against the USA – and admitted he was surprised to be given a start by Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill.
|McCarthy: Premier Interest Shows Progress Fri 21st Nov 2014 06:00 |
Mick McCarthy believes the interest Premier League clubs are showing in his players is another sign that the Blues are moving in the right direction. Tyrone Mings’s name in particular is rarely out of the papers with Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United amongst the clubs believed to be eyeing the 21-year-old.
|McGoldrick in No Rush to Move On Fri 21st Nov 2014 06:00 |
Town striker David McGoldrick may be reluctant to discuss his contract situation but could not be more insistent that he sees his future at Portman Road.
|McGoldrick Boosted By Premier Interest Fri 21st Nov 2014 06:00 |
Town may have denied him a dream move to the Premier League when they rejected Leicester’s £7 million bid in August but David McGoldrick believes he still felt the benefit.
On Thursday, 21st November 2013
|Town Hoping for Highest Attendance Thu 21st Nov 2013 12:23 |
Town are hoping the Kids for a Quid promotion being run ahead of Saturday’s home game against Leicester City will lead to Portman Road's highest attendance of the season so far.
|Listen Again: Naked Football Show Thu 21st Nov 2013 12:00 |
This week's Naked Football Show sees host Graham Blackburn joined by Susan Gardiner and Stephen Skeet to discuss the Town issues of the moment and is now available to listen via podcast.
On Wednesday, 21st November 2012
|Naked Football Show On ICR Tonight Wed 21st Nov 2012 13:37 |
This evening's Naked Football Show (ICR FM 6pm) sees hosts Graham Blackburn and David James joined by Tom Taylor to discuss the latest developments at Portman Road.
|N'Daw Would Welcome Longer Stay Wed 21st Nov 2012 12:37 |
Season-long loanee Guirane N’Daw says he’d be interested in joining the Blues on a full-time basis if the opportunity were to present itself. The midfielder’s St Etienne contract is up at the end of the campaign.
|Davis Linked With Town Return Wed 21st Nov 2012 10:57 |
Town want former keeper Kelvin Davis to return to Portman Road, according to a report in one of this morning’s tabloids. The 36-year-old, who is currently out of favour at Southampton, enjoyed a successful spell with the Blues between 2003 and 2005.
|Striker Taylor Arrested Wed 21st Nov 2012 10:08 |
Town striker Paul Taylor was arrested last night in relation to an incident at the Robert Ransome pub in the town centre a month ago. The former Peterborough man was subsequently released on police bail until January 16th.
|Hewitt Making Mark on New Boss Wed 21st Nov 2012 06:00 |
Manager Mick McCarthy has been impressed with what he has seen of summer signing Elliott Hewitt but isn’t sure that now is the right time to bring him into his side. The 18-year-old right-back was brought to Portman Road by former boss Paul Jewell in the summer from Macclesfield.
|Kelly Could Be a Hero Wed 21st Nov 2012 06:00 |
Blues boss Mick McCarthy hopes short-term signing Kelly Youga can replicate the form he showed during his Charlton days and will fight Aaron Cresswell for the left-back role. Last week, the 27-year-old Central African Republic international put pen to paper on a Blues contract until January.
On Monday, 21st November 2011
|Reserves Now Behind Closed Doors Mon 21st Nov 2011 12:52 |
Town reserves friendly against West Ham at Playford Road on Tuesday will now be played behind closed doors. The Blues had initially said that fans would be able to watch the match.
|Forest Boss Undecided Whether He'll Renew Interest in Town Skipper Mon 21st Nov 2011 10:03 |
Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cotterill says he doesn’t know whether he will renew his interest in Town skipper Grant Leadbitter, who TWTD revealed he was targeting when Portsmouth boss in August. Leadbitter is out of contract at the end of the season and having turned down the Blues’ initial offer has told Paul Jewell he is in no hurry to make a decision on his future.
|Milton Keen To Bring Osman to WABITS AGM Mon 21st Nov 2011 09:23 |
The West Anglia Branch of Ipswich Town Supporters (WABITS) are holding their AGM on Wednesday 23rd November at the Kiln Farm Club near Milton Keynes with Simon Milton and Russell Osman the special guests (7.30pm). The event is open to all Town fans, especially those exiled in the west of the Anglia region with entrance free.
|Cardiff Defender Linked Mon 21st Nov 2011 08:58 |
Town and West Brom are eyeing Cardiff City’s out-of-favour central defender Darcy Blake, according to one of this morning’s tabloids. The 22-year-old Welsh international is concerned he might lose his place in Gary Speed's side if he remains out of the Bluebirds’ first team.
|Jewell Not Ruling Out Late Additions Mon 21st Nov 2011 08:30 |
Blues boss Paul Jewell wasn’t ruling out adding to his squad before Thursday’s 5pm loan deadline after Saturday’s 3-2 defeat at Nottingham Forest. The Town manager was left frustrated by his side’s inability to hold on to their 2-1 lead after what he felt was an improved performance.
On Saturday, 21st November 2009
|Pim Makes Brentford Debut Sat 21st Nov 2009 22:11 |
On-loan defender Pim Balkestein made his Brentford debut as the Bees drew 1-1 at home to Walsall. The Dutchman is at Griffin Park for a month.
|Keane: We Need Killer Instinct Sat 21st Nov 2009 21:47 |
Boss Roy Keane again bemoaned his side’s toothlessness in front of goal as Sheffield Wednesday left Portman Road with a point after a 0-0 draw.
|Town 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday Sat 21st Nov 2009 19:12 |
Goal-shy Town recorded their 10th draw of the season as Sheffield Wednesday’s visit to Portman Road ended goalless. Tamás Priskin had a goal disallowed for offside, Alan Quinn missed a one-one with Owls keeper Lee Grant and neither Jon Walters nor Gareth McAuley could hook a loose ball over the line from point blank range.
|US Youngster on Trial Sat 21st Nov 2009 12:45 |
TWTD has learnt that US midfielder Devann Yao spent last week on trial with the Blues. The 19-year-old wideman is a free agent, having previously spent time as a youth player in France, Italy and Scotland.
|Academy Sides Defeated by Canaries Sat 21st Nov 2009 12:34 |
Town’s U18s lost 3-0 to local rivals Norwich City at the Canaries’ Colney training ground this morning. It was even worse for the Blues’ U16s, who lost 6-1 to the League One club’s youngsters.
|Keane: Town is the Best Place for Wickham Sat 21st Nov 2009 09:21 |
Boss Roy Keane says Ipswich Town is the best place for 16-year-old striker Connor Wickham to get his footballing education. Wickham has been the subject of speculation in recent weeks with Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Aston Villa all said to keen on taking the striker from Town before he is able to sign a professional contract when he is 17 in March.
On Friday, 21st November 2008
|Magilton Waiting on McAuley Ahead of Derby Clash Fri 21st Nov 2008 13:34 |
Town boss Jim Magilton is waiting on the fitness of skipper Gareth McAuley as the Blues look to get back to winning ways against Derby County at Portman Road on Saturday. The Blues are definitely without Moritz Volz, who is serving a one-match ban.
|Murphy Nets as Irish Win Fri 21st Nov 2008 12:35 |
Academy striker Paul Murphy scored his first goal for the Republic of Ireland U19s as they defeated hosts Malta 2-0 in their first UEFA Championship qualifying group game this morning. Sunderland's Niall McArdle netted the first Irish goal.
|Jobs Go at Portman Road Fri 21st Nov 2008 11:03 |
Town have confirmed that three off-field jobs have gone at Portman Road in recent weeks as part of ongoing restructuring since the Marcus Evans takeover. One member of the groundstaff has been made redundant, while two departing members of staff will not be replaced.
|U18s Face Saints Fri 21st Nov 2008 09:05 |
Town's U18s face Southampton at their Staplewood training ground on Saturday morning (KO 11am).
|Murphy Set for Third Cap Fri 21st Nov 2008 09:00 |
Academy striker Paul Murphy is set to win his third Republic of Ireland U19 cap this morning when his side take on hosts Malta in the first game in their UEFA Championship qualifying group.
|Ipswich Town: On This Day - November 21st Fri 21st Nov 2008 08:53 |
TWTD reader and lifelong Town fan Dan Botten has published a new book Ipswich Town: On This Day, from which we will be taking extracts throughout the week. We'll also be running a daily competition in which you can win a copy.
On Wednesday, 21st November 2007
|International Naked Radio This Evening Wed 21st Nov 2007 10:47 |
Remember to tune in to Ipswich Community Radio's The Naked Football Show this evening (6-6.30pm) as you prepare for England's vital Euro 2008 qualifier with Croatia.
On Tuesday, 21st November 2006
|Loans Extended Tue 21st Nov 2006 19:26 |
Dean Bowditch and Martin Brittain have extended their loan spells at Brighton and Yeovil respectively.
|Win Tinged With Sadness Tue 21st Nov 2006 17:10 |
Winger Gary Roberts's preparations for the weekend derby were tinged by tragedy when he learnt that close friend Ben Nowak had been killed while on duty in Iraq. Roberts wore a T-shirt bearing a photo of his friend under his Town strip during the game in tribute.
|Krause Joining Carlisle Tue 21st Nov 2006 16:55 |
Defender James Krause is joining Carlisle United on a two-month loan with the Cumbrians keen to sign him on a permanent basis if he impresses at Brunton Park. Krause, 19, signed a one-year professional deal with Town in June
|Duo in Reserves Tue 21st Nov 2006 15:07 |
Gavin Williams and Owen Garvan have been named in the reserves side taking on Needham Market in the Club Colours Suffolk Premier Cup at Bloomfields on Wednesday (KO 7.45pm). Shane Supple and Jaime Peters are also included.
|Wallwork Linked Tue 21st Nov 2006 10:12 |
West Brom manager Tony Mowbray's decision to make Ronnie Wallwork available on loan has led to speculation that the former Manchester United man could be a Town target before Thursday's emergency loan deadline.
On Monday, 21st November 2005
|Naylor in Team of Week Mon 21st Nov 2005 22:59 |
Central defender Richard Naylor has been named in the Championship Team of the Week for his performance at Coventry on Saturday.
|Price Signs New Deal Mon 21st Nov 2005 22:46 |
Keeper Lewis Price has signed a new contract which will keep him with the Blues until 2008. TWTD first reported that the full Wales international was in contract talks last Thursday.
|Kitson Doesn't Travel Mon 21st Nov 2005 17:14 |
Reading striker Dave Kitson failed to travel to Suffolk with the rest of the Royals squad after suffering an injury in a training ground clash of heads with defender Peter Castle. The former Cambridge United man could still join up with the party on Tuesday, but is considered a doubt.
|U18 Cup Date Set Mon 21st Nov 2005 17:02 |
Town's FA Youth Cup third round tie at Leeds has been scheduled for Wednesday, November 30th with a 7.30pm kick-off. The U18s are aiming to retain the trophy they won back in May.
|Horlock Back in Side Mon 21st Nov 2005 14:58 |
Midfielder Kevin Horlock returns to the Town side for the home game with Reading after completing a one-match suspension. Town will still be without Owen Garvan and Adam Proudlock for the visit of the Royals.
|Haynes Off as U18s Lose Mon 21st Nov 2005 11:15 |
Danny Haynes was red-carded and Charlie Sheringham missed a penalty as Town's U18s lost 3-1 at Fulham on Saturday. Haynes is now likely to miss the as yet unscheduled FA Youth Cup third round tie at Leeds United.
On Sunday, 21st November 2004
|Joe: We Weren't At Races Sun 21st Nov 2004 22:27 |
Town boss Joe Royle felt his side were well beaten at Sunderland after a well below par performance. Two second half Black Cats goals ended the Blues' 11-match unbeaten league streak.
|Sunderland 2-0 Town Sun 21st Nov 2004 16:18 |
Under-par Town fell to their third defeat of the season as two second half goals gave Sunderland a 2-0 win at the Stadium of Light. Goals from Stephen Elliott and Chris Brown took the Black Cats to third in the table, two points behind the Blues.
On Friday, 21st November 2003
|Share Addendum Fri 21st Nov 2003 13:40 |
The email address to obtain a prospectus is firstname.lastname@example.org not as in the previous mail.
|Town Launch Share Issue Fri 21st Nov 2003 12:58 |
Town launched their much-vaunted public issue of shares this morning at a Portman Road press conference held by chairman David Sheepshanks and chief executive Derek Bowden.
|Alun Misses Blades Clash Fri 21st Nov 2003 12:09 |
Striker Alun Armstrong is out of Saturday's home clash with Sheffield United. The 28-year-old picked up a back injury in Tuesday's reserves draw with Portsmouth.
|U19s Face Southampton Fri 21st Nov 2003 09:58 |
Town's U19s face Southampton at the Playford Road Training Centre on Saturday (KO noon).
|Jefferies Confirms Links Fri 21st Nov 2003 09:53 |
Kilmarnock boss Jim Jefferies has confirmed that he was at Town's reserve game earlier in the week checking out some of the Blues' younger talent. An earlier report erroneously claimed that striker Alun Armstrong was the player Jefferies was targeting.
On Thursday, 21st November 2002
|League Clubs Agree Cap Thu 21st Nov 2002 17:13 |
The 72 Football League clubs have agreed to introduce the salary cap proposal put forward by a working party headed by Queen's Park Rangers chairman David Davies.
|Brown Given Free Thu 21st Nov 2002 12:30 |
Defender Wayne Brown has been given a free transfer after failing to secure a first-team place under new manager Joe Royle. Brown had long been unhappy at playing a bit-part role at Portman Road, refusing a contract extension last season.
|Bowden at Meeting Thu 21st Nov 2002 11:48 |
Town chief executive Derek Bowden is representing the club at a Football League meeting discussing player wage-caps today.
On Wednesday, 21st November 2001
|Wilnis Hits Out at Rumour-Mongers Wed 21st Nov 2001 18:38 |
Town full-back Fabian Wilnis has hit out at those spreading rumours about players' private lives. Stories have been circulating for several weeks now, but the Dutchman says there is nothing in it.
|Magilton a New Injury Worry Wed 21st Nov 2001 17:40 |
Jim Magilton has emerged as a new injury worry ahead of tomorrow's match with Inter Milan. The Northern Irishman picked up a thigh strain during training yesterday.
|Warky Column Online Wed 21st Nov 2001 16:29 |
You might be interested to know that John Wark's column is now available on the website.
|Källström Knows Nothing of Town Interest Wed 21st Nov 2001 14:06 |
Kim Källström and Häcken chairman Ake Nilsson both say they have heard nothing about any interest in Källström from Town. Earlier today stories reported that the young Swedish midfielder was a Town target.
|Town Linked with Swede Wed 21st Nov 2001 10:43 |
Town are being linked with young Swedish attacking midfielder Kim Källström. The 20-year-old plays for small Gothenburg side Hacken, but has attracted the attentions of a number of clubs after a promising first year of Swedish top division football.
|Sheepshanks on Strike Wed 21st Nov 2001 10:07 |
David Sheepshanks has swiftly moved to comment on the impending players' strike. All negotiations have failed and PFA leader Gordon Taylor said last night that strike action would take place from December 1st.
|Peralta Pledges Future to Town Wed 21st Nov 2001 10:05 |
Sixto Peralta wants to stay at Town once his one year loan at Portman Road is up. The last couple of days have see the Argentinian pledge his future to the Blues in a number of places and George Burley has said there may be a chance of this happening.
|Commons Praise for Town Wed 21st Nov 2001 10:03 |
Town are receiving praise for their exploits in Europe in the House of Commons. An early day motion by Ivan Henderson, MP for Harwich, asks that the House recognises the club and supporters for the UEFA Cup run so far and sends best wishes for the tie with Inter.
|Squad for Thursday Wed 21st Nov 2001 10:00 |
Town have announced the squad for the Inter game. There are few surprises in the squad, although Alun Armstrong is included. Armstrong is recovering from a virus, but may well be used as a substitute if needed.
On Tuesday, 21st November 2000
|Scales Denies Loan Rumour Tue 21st Nov 2000 10:46 |
Town defender John Scales has refuted press claims that he is on his way to Oxford United on loan. Scales has been watched by Oxford United director of football Joe Kinnear, but there has been no official contact from the Manor Ground club.
|Coventry 0-1 Town Tue 21st Nov 2000 01:17 |
Town scored a dramatic winner in injury time at Highfield Road to return to fifth in the table. Just about everyone had decided that a draw was probably on the face of it, a fair result when Fabian Wilnis popped up on the end of a Martijn Reuser cross to head past Kirkland in the Coventry goal.