On Wednesday, 19th September 2018
|Walters a Doubt for Bolton Clash Wed 19th Sep 2018 16:32 |
Striker Jon Walters is a doubt for Saturday’s game at home to Bolton Wanderers due to the achilles injury which saw him miss last night’s 1-1 draw with Brentford.
|Ipswich Town 1-1 Brentford - Highlights Wed 19th Sep 2018 12:31 |
Watch highlights of yesterday's 1-1 draw with Brentford and all of Town's matches so far this season via the club’s Youtube channel.
|Naked Football Show Tonight on ICR Wed 19th Sep 2018 11:08 |
This evening's Naked Football Show (ICR FM 6pm) sees host Graham Blackburn joined by Paul Bradley to discuss all things Town.
On Tuesday, 19th September 2017
|U23s Top League After Hitting Five Against Forest Tue 19th Sep 2017 21:17 |
Town’s U23s continued their excellent start to the season and climbed to the top of the Professional Development League Two South by beating Nottingham Forest 5-2 at Alfreton Town’s Impact Stadium.
|Webster Returns as U23s Face Forest Tue 19th Sep 2017 11:41 |
Central defender Adam Webster returns to action after recovering from his ankle injury this evening as the U23s take on Nottingham Forest at Alfreton Town’s Impact Arena (KO 7pm).
On Monday, 19th September 2016
|Best on Target as U23s Beat Leeds 4-0 Mon 19th Sep 2016 20:56 |
Leon Best netted his third goal in three U23s games as Gerard Nash’s side thrashed Leeds 4-0 at Portman Road. Best added the second after the break, sub Ben Morris - who had replaced the injured Luke Varney - having put the Blues in front in the first half, Josh Emmanuel scored a third soon after Best’s goal before Morris netted his second of the game to complete the scoring.
|Best, Varney and Gerken Start for U23s Mon 19th Sep 2016 19:02 |
Leon Best, Luke Varney and Dean Gerken all start in this evening’s U23s game against Leeds at Portman Road.
|Best and Varney Set to Feature for U23s Mon 19th Sep 2016 11:23 |
Strikers Leon Best and Luke Varney are set to start for the U23s in this evening’s game against Leeds United at Portman Road (KO 7pm).
|Elton John to Return to Portman Road Mon 19th Sep 2016 09:20 |
Sir Elton John will play a concert at Portman Road on Saturday 17th June 2017, the club have announced.
|Douglas: Goals Will Soon Flow Again for "Sensational" Sears Mon 19th Sep 2016 06:00 |
Town midfielder Jonathan Douglas is confident that Freddie Sears will end his long goal drought soon and says the 26-year-old does “sensational” work for the team.
On Saturday, 19th September 2015
|U18s Lose at Huddersfield Sat 19th Sep 2015 22:24 |
Striker Ben Morris was again on target but Town’s U18s fell to a 4-1 defeat at Huddersfield at lunchtime.
|Ipswich Town 1-1 Birmingham City - Highlights Sat 19th Sep 2015 15:15 |
See the highlights from Ipswich's 1-1 draw with Birmingham from Town's official YouTube account.
|Life's a Pitch Live at Lunchtime Sat 19th Sep 2015 09:06 |
Radio Suffolk's Life’s a Pitch is live at lunchtime (midday to 2pm) with host Mark Murphy joined by legend-in-residence Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham to reflect on last night’s 1-1 draw with Birmingham City.
On Friday, 19th September 2014
|Lawrence Needed Fresh Start Fri 19th Sep 2014 14:00 |
Former Blues midfielder Byron Lawrence believes he needed a fresh start having been unable to break back into the first-team picture at Portman Road. The 18-year-old joined Colchester United on a free transfer on deadline day and made his U’s debut in Tuesday’s 3-2 home defeat to Sheffield United.
|U18s Out to Continue Good Start Against Owls Fri 19th Sep 2014 10:06 |
Town’s U18s will be looking to continue their excellent start to the season when they take on Sheffield Wednesday away on Saturday morning (KO 11am).
|Chambo Happier at Centre-Half Fri 19th Sep 2014 06:00 |
Boss Mick McCarthy says skipper Luke Chambers is happier having switched to the centre of the defence in recent games. The 28-year-old started the campaign at right-back, where he spent most of last season.
|Tabb Just Enjoying Being Back in Team Fri 19th Sep 2014 06:00 |
Town midfielder Jay Tabb is as chatty as they come – except when asked to assess his own form during the early part of the season.
On Thursday, 19th September 2013
|Naked Podcast Now Online Thu 19th Sep 2013 13:18 |
You can now hear this week's Naked Football Show on an MP3 and via iTunes. Host Graham Blackburn is joined by Mark Anderson and Joe Ward to discuss Town's back to back victories over Middlesbrough and Yeovil.
|Chambers Hoping for Irish Caps Thu 19th Sep 2013 12:32 |
Town defender Luke Chambers is hoping whoever is named the new Republic of Ireland manager will hand him his first ever international call-up. Martin O'Neill remains the favourite to take over from Giovanni Trapattoni, who departed by mutual consent earlier this month.
|MDs at London Branch Social Thu 19th Sep 2013 11:24 |
Joint-MDs Ian Milne and Jonathan Symonds will be the guests at a social being held by the London Branch of the Supporters Club on Wednesday 25th September (from 6pm).
|Call to Academy Chief Led to Lee's Return Thu 19th Sep 2013 06:02 |
A phone conversation with Town academy manager Bryan Klug proved the launching pad for Alan Lee’s return to Portman Road.
|McCarthy: Town Lucky to Have Luke Thu 19th Sep 2013 06:01 |
Mick McCarthy admits that he didn’t know too much about Luke Hyam when he joined the club but says Town are lucky to have had such a talented player come through from the academy.
|Lee Sorry for Norwich Spell Thu 19th Sep 2013 06:00 |
Alan Lee has apologised to Town fans – and begged their forgiveness – after playing for arch-rivals Norwich.
On Wednesday, 19th September 2012
|Jewell Frustrated By Failure to Take Chances Wed 19th Sep 2012 22:51 |
Town boss Paul Jewell was once again left bemoaning his side’s inability to take chances after their 2-0 home defeat to Wolves.
|Town 0-2 Wolves Wed 19th Sep 2012 21:57 |
Town missed a hatful of chances as Wolves left Portman Road with a 2-0 victory. A second-half own goal by Tommy Smith then a long distance strike from sub Tongo Doumbia were enough to take the points with the Blues profligate in front of goal throughout.
|Luongo Back for Town Wed 19th Sep 2012 19:01 |
Town boss Paul Jewell has made one change to his line-up for tonight’s game against Wolves at Portman Road with Massimo Luongo replacing Andy Drury in midfield.
|Pre-Match Naked Football Show Wed 19th Sep 2012 13:53 |
This evening's Naked Football Show (ICR FM 6pm) sees host Graham Blackburn joined by Jeremy Leeburn to discuss this evening’s home game with Wolves.
|Don't Forget Your Wolves Prediction Wed 19th Sep 2012 13:34 |
Don’t forget to log your forecast for tonight’s home game against Wolves on the TWTD Prediction League.
|Jewell: Town Need to Play Own Game Against Wolves Wed 19th Sep 2012 11:36 |
Town manager Paul Jewell wants his side to play their own game when Wolverhampton Wanderers visit Portman Road this evening. The Blues boss ran the rule over the Midlanders, relegated from the Premier League at the end of last season, as they beat Leicester 2-1 on Sunday.
|Luongo: Better Times Ahead For Town Wed 19th Sep 2012 09:00 |
Loanee Massimo Luongo is convinced there are better times ahead for Ipswich based on their performances during the early part of the season.
|Pablo Back in Spain Wed 19th Sep 2012 08:59 |
Former Blue Pablo Couñago is training with Spanish second division side CD Lugo having left his most recent employer, the Vietnamese side Đồng Tâm Long An, who he joined in April.
|Jewell Won't Be Rushed Into Panic Signing Wed 19th Sep 2012 06:01 |
Town manager Paul Jewell says he needs to be sure he’s got the right man as he continues his search for central defensive additions to his squad. The Blues boss admits that when he’s signed players he hasn’t been entirely certain about in the past, they haven’t always worked out.
|Jewell Fed Up With Managers' Compliments Wed 19th Sep 2012 06:00 |
Blues boss Paul Jewell says he’s fed up with opposition managers saying nice things about Town after games from which his side has failed to pick up points. Tony Mowbray joined Blackpool’s Ian Holloway in praising the Blues in defeat after his Boro team ran out 2-0 victors at the Riverside on Saturday.
|Murray Needs to Learn From Red Card Wed 19th Sep 2012 06:00 |
Striker Ronan Murray has to learn from his red card during Sunday’s 1-0 U21 victory over Brighton at Playford Road, according to manager Paul Jewell. The Irish U21 international was dismissed just after the half hour mark for headbutting Seagulls defender Theo Jones.
On Monday, 19th September 2011
|Jewell Delighted With Win Mon 19th Sep 2011 22:53 |
Town boss Paul Jewell was delighted with his side’s 3-0 victory against Coventry but felt they ought to have been out of sight at the break.
|Town 3-0 Coventry City Mon 19th Sep 2011 21:47 |
Paul Jewell’s Town got back to winning ways with a comfortable 3-0 live Sky victory over Coventry City at Portman Road. A Martin Cranie own goal opened the scoring in the first half with Keith Andrews adding the second soon after and Jason Scotland sealing it after the break.
|Hessenthaler Apologises for Murray Mix-Up Mon 19th Sep 2011 10:00 |
Gillingham boss Andy Hessenthaler says he has apologised to Town striker Ronan Murray after his proposed loan switch to the Gills broke down last week due to what he calls a "mix-up". The Republic of Ireland U21 international was at the Priestfield Stadium last Thursday fully expecting to join the Gills on a short-term spell.
|Bowyer Will Get Better With Games Mon 19th Sep 2011 09:31 |
Midfielder Lee Bowyer says that now he’s over his hamstring problem his performances will improve with every game. The 34-year-old returned to the side at Blackpool last week but still looked short on fitness and form as the Blues lost 2-0 to the Seasiders.
|No Panic at Town Ahead of Coventry Sky Clash Mon 19th Sep 2011 08:44 |
Town boss Paul Jewell says there’s no panic at Portman Road despite the underwhelming beginning to the season which sees his side sitting 19th in the Championship as they go into tonight’s live Sky game at home to Coventry City (Sky Sports One/HD1 7.30pm).
On Sunday, 19th September 2010
|Sunderland Linked With Carson Sun 19th Sep 2010 10:03 |
Sunderland are watching academy midfielder Josh Carson, according to one of this morning’s tabloids. Northern Irish U17 international Carson, a second-year scholar, netted twice yesterday as Town’s U18s beat Reading 4-3 at Playford Road.
|Walters Hits Back at Keane Sun 19th Sep 2010 09:53 |
Former Blue Jon Walters has hit back at Roy Keane in one of this morning’s tabloids, claiming that he had to send a photo of his vomit to the Town boss in order to prove he was suffering from a virus ahead of the Exeter Carling Cup tie.
On Saturday, 19th September 2009
|Keane Again Unhappy With Defending Sat 19th Sep 2009 21:29 |
Boss Roy Keane felt his side again conceded bad goals as they drew 3-3 at Doncaster Rovers. The South Yorkshire side's manager Sean O'Driscoll was similarly unhappy with his backline.
|Doncaster Rovers 3-3 Town Sat 19th Sep 2009 18:00 |
Town came within seven minutes of grabbing their first league won of the season but Roy Keane’s former Manchester United team-mate Quinton Fortune netted a late equaliser for Doncaster Rovers at the Keepmoat Stadium. Earlier, the home side had gone ahead twice via Waide Fairhurst and Martin Woods with the Blues hitting back and getting in front through Jack Colback, Tamás Priskin and Lee Martin.
|U18s Defeat MK Dons Sat 19th Sep 2009 15:46 |
Town’s U18s came from behind to win 2-1 at the MK Dons’ Woughton-on-the-Green training ground on Saturday morning.
|Keane: Get Your Heads Down and Work Hard Sat 19th Sep 2009 13:49 |
Boss Roy Keane has advised Gareth McAuley and the rest of his squad to get their heads down and work hard if they want to remain in his squad. Earlier this week, the Northern Irishman was quoted as saying that his agent had been told he could find another club.
|Roy Working on Fundamentals Sat 19th Sep 2009 09:28 |
Boss Roy Keane says he knows what his Town side have to do in order to turn their form around – score more goals and concede fewer. The Blues go into today’s game at Doncaster still looking for their first league win of the season.
On Friday, 19th September 2008
|Don't Forget Your Sheffield Wednesday Predict Fri 19th Sep 2008 16:13 |
Don't forget to log your prediction for Saturday's game at Sheffield Wednesday on TWTD's Prediction League.
|This Week's Naked Football Show Now Online Fri 19th Sep 2008 15:02 |
This week's Naked Football Show sees The Vulture guest hosting while the usual dynamic duo were Southampton-bound, with guests Jason Wilson, Jeremy Leeburn, David James and a surprise appearance from Bruce Forsyth.
|Musical Tribute to Town Legend Beattie Fri 19th Sep 2008 14:39 |
Singer/songwriter and Town fan Asa Jennings has been inspired to write a musical tribute to Blues legend Kevin Beattie for his forthcoming album. The song, entitled Call Upon The Beat, will be released as a single on CD next month.
|York Rule Out Reason Loan Fri 19th Sep 2008 12:01 |
York City have decided against taking Town midfielder Jai Reason on loan. The 18-year-old played for the Minstermen's reserves in a home victory over Grimsby earlier in the week.
|U18s Face Leicester City Fri 19th Sep 2008 11:40 |
Town's U18s are in action against Leicester City at Playford Road on Saturday lunchtime (KO noon). The young Blues will be looking to extend their winning run having beaten MK Dons 2-0 at home last week via goals from Jack Ainsley and Matt Daniels.
|Duo Could Return for Trip to Sheffield Wednesday Fri 19th Sep 2008 11:35 |
Town boss Jim Magilton could have skipper Gareth McAuley and left-back Ben Thatcher available again when the Blues travel to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday. The pair are due back in Friday training after suffering with dead legs.
On Wednesday, 19th September 2007
|Richards Aiming for Top Wed 19th Sep 2007 23:49 |
Midfielder Matt Richards says he is determined to get back to the form which saw him win an England U21 cap while on loan with Brighton. The 22-year-old, who has made 167 appearances for the Blues scoring nine goals, has joined the Seagulls for a month.
|Murphy Wins Fifth U17 Cap Wed 19th Sep 2007 23:09 |
Academy striker Paul Murphy won his fifth Republic of Ireland U17 cap as his side completed their European Championship first qualifying phase mini-group fixtures with a 1-0 victory over Slovenia. Murphy came on as a 61st minute substitute.
|Framlingham 1-11 Town Res Wed 19th Sep 2007 22:33 |
A young Town side went on a goal rampage on Wednesday night, defeating Framlingham Town 11-1 in the memorial match for Fram fan Jean Frost, who recently lost her life in a car accident.
|Richards to Join Brighton Wed 19th Sep 2007 16:23 |
Midfielder Matt Richards is set to join Brighton and Hove Albion on a month's loan. The Seagulls were first linked with a move for the former England U21 international late last month.
|Murphy Left Out Wed 19th Sep 2007 14:50 |
Academy striker Paul Murphy has been left out of the Republic of Ireland side for the final game of their European U17 Championship first qualifying phase mini-group against Slovenia this evening.
|Young Side at Fram Wed 19th Sep 2007 14:13 |
The Blues are sending a young side to take on Framlingham Town this evening for a game in memory of Jean Frost, a Fram fan who recently lost her life in a car accident. The match at Badingham Road kicks off at 7.45pm.
|Jim Still Wants Defender Wed 19th Sep 2007 12:56 |
Boss Jim Magilton has confirmed he is continuing his search for a new central defender. Last month, the Town manager narrowly missed out on signing Spaniard César Navas and more recently has been looking at bringing in a loanee from a Premiership club.
|Supple to Face Coventry? Wed 19th Sep 2007 11:05 |
Boss Jim Magilton says he is considering whether to give Shane Supple a recall for Saturday's home live Sky game with Coventry (KO 5.20pm). Current first choice Neil Alexander was singled out for criticism by the Town manager after the 4-0 defeat at West Brom at the weekend.
|Town Chat on The Radio Wed 19th Sep 2007 09:59 |
TWTD Message Board legend Old Git makes his return to Ipswich Community Radio's new football programme this evening (6-6.30pm), now provisionally, but perhaps not permanently, titled Studs In Your Ear.
On Tuesday, 19th September 2006
|Walton a Doubt Tue 19th Sep 2006 15:38 |
Midfielder Simon Walton has emerged as another slight injury concern ahead of Saturday's game with Sunderland. The loanee from Charlton has a hamstring problem in addition to the gashed leg which required stitches earlier in the week, but is expected to be OK to face the Black Cats.
|Town Still Want Miller Tue 19th Sep 2006 15:31 |
Boss Jim Magilton says that he is still keen on securing Sunderland midfielder Tommy Miller's return to Portman Road. TWTD reported in June that Miller was on Magilton's summer wish-list, having also been a target of former manager Joe Royle.
|Williams Should Be Fit Tue 19th Sep 2006 11:20 |
Midfielder Gavin Williams should be fit for Saturday's home game with Sunderland despite suffering from groin and hip problems of late. Williams is the most fouled player in the Championship this season having won 22 freekicks.
On Monday, 19th September 2005
|Sito Decision Tuesday Mon 19th Sep 2005 17:46 |
Town's appeal over Sito's red card against Norwich will be heard on Tuesday. The Blues are supplying video evidence of the incident to the FA's Disciplinary Committee.
|Jim: Referee Changed Mind Mon 19th Sep 2005 16:46 |
Skipper Jim Magilton says referee Lee Mason told him he was going to show Sito a yellow card and not a red after Kevin Lisbie had gone to ground during Sunday's East Anglian derby with Norwich City. Magilton felt Mason's decision to send the full-back off ruined the match.
|Bowden Meeting Minutes Mon 19th Sep 2005 11:17 |
The minutes from Ipswich Town Ist's recent meeting with chief executive Derek Bowden are now available on the Trust's website. Bowden took questions from fans on a variety of issues and revealed that the investor reported to have been at the Sheffield Wednesday game was in fact, as TWTD suggested at the time, a potential sponsor, probably of the North Stand.
|U18s Stung by Hornets Mon 19th Sep 2005 02:11 |
Town's U18s crashed to a 5-0 defeat at Watford on Saturday morning. Better news was that the U16s defeated the Hornets 4-2.
On Sunday, 19th September 2004
|Bent Toffees Link Again Sun 19th Sep 2004 17:57 |
Sunday's tabloids are again linking Everton with Town striker Darren Bent. TWTD first reported that the Toffeemen were keeping an eye on the Town striker just prior to the transfer window shutting at the end of August.
On Friday, 19th September 2003
|Three Worries for Dons Fri 19th Sep 2003 12:09 |
Wimbledon boss Stuart Murdoch will hope to name an unchanged squad ahead of tomorrow's visit to Portman Road. Murdoch has three worries regarding regular first-teamers.
|Ambrose Doesn't Want Loan Fri 19th Sep 2003 10:04 |
Former Town star Darren Ambrose says he doesn't want to go out on loan, preferring to fight for a place at Newcastle United. Town boss Joe Royle recently asked the Magpies if Ambrose could return to Portman Road for a spell but at the time the midfielder was not fully fit.
|U19s Face Bristol City Fri 19th Sep 2003 10:01 |
Town's academy U19s side face Bristol City this weekend at the club's Playford Road Training Centre (KO noon).
On Thursday, 19th September 2002
|Town 1-1 Sartid Thu 19th Sep 2002 22:56 |
Another unconvincing performance from Town allowed FK Sartid return to Serbia with a vital away goal, the match ending 1-1. The Blues went behind in a lacklustre first half and hit back in a slightly brighter second through Alun Armstrong.
|Town Out to Identify Fans Thu 19th Sep 2002 14:44 |
Town officials and the police are studying footage of the pitch invasion towards the end of Sunday's East Anglian derby in order to identify the invaders. Prosecution and bans could follow.
|Don't Panic! - Hermann Thu 19th Sep 2002 13:46 |
Town defender Herman Hreidarsson has urged Town fans not to panic despite the club's current lowly league position. The Icelander says that while the current situation is not ideal, fans should not be too worried.
|I Am Trying - Bent Thu 19th Sep 2002 10:17 |
Marcus Bent has insisted he is putting the effort in after criticism of his recent performances by fans. Bent has scored just one goal this season, on the opening day at Walsall.
|Reuser in Holland Thu 19th Sep 2002 10:16 |
Martijn Reuser has returned to Holland to continue his recovery from his knee operation. The Dutchman went under the knife last week and had some cartilage removed.
|Bloomers in England Side Thu 19th Sep 2002 10:15 |
Academy midfielder Matt Bloomfield was in the starting line-up for the England U19s last night as they beat Hungary 3-1 in a friendly at Budapest's Hidegkúti Stadium.
|Thommo Resigns Thu 19th Sep 2002 00:01 |
Former Town defender Neil Thompson has resigned as caretaker-manager of Boston United claiming his position at York Street had become "untenable". His decision was particularly ironic as victory over Swansea earlier in the evening had taken the Lincolnshire side off the bottom of the league.
On Wednesday, 19th September 2001
|Wark Column Up Wed 19th Sep 2001 16:17 |
John Wark's regular TWTD column, Warky Talky, is now up. John was not impressed with Sunday's performance and assesses the UEFA Cup game and the trip to Old Trafford.
|Fans Upset at Travel Changes Wed 19th Sep 2001 14:37 |
TWTD has received a number of emails from fans upset at changes to the arrangements for the club's official trip to Moscow.
|Sereni Decision ASAP Wed 19th Sep 2001 14:25 |
The FA told TWTD this afternoon that a decision on Matteo Sereni's red card will be known as soon as possible. Earlier in the week reports suggested the card would be rescinded and again today there was a suggestion that the Town keeper wouldn't receive a ban.
|Squad for Torpedo Game Wed 19th Sep 2001 12:27 |
Town have announced the squad for the Torpdeo Moscow game on Thursday. Alun Armstrong is missing after his head injury at the weekend, but otherwise everyone is there. Oh, Amir Karic isn't in it either.
|Holland on Players' Strike Wed 19th Sep 2001 09:56 |
Town skipper Matt Holland has spoken about the possible impending players' strike. Holland is the club's PFA representative and hopes that strike action is avoided.
|Naylor to Watford Wed 19th Sep 2001 01:21 |
TWTD has heard suggestions that Richard Naylor may be a target of Watford manager Gianluca Vialli. The Town striker is known to be unsettled after failing to command a regular first team place this season.
On Tuesday, 19th September 2000
|Titus Out Tue 19th Sep 2000 14:43 |
Titus Bramble is likely to miss tonight's Worthington Cup second round fitst leg at the New Den with a hip injury. The 19-year-old received a shocking challenge on Saturday from Lee Bowyer and this looks likely to have caused the injury. John Scales will take over at the back. As expected Amir Karic will not start, although he seems likely to come on at some stage. George Burley said: "Amir has only trained for one morning with us and it is too early for him to begin a match."