On Saturday, 24th September 2016
|Marsden Saves Penalty on Leiston Debut Sat 24th Sep 2016 20:11 |
On-loan keeper Jacob Marsden marked his Leiston debut by saving a penalty and keeping a clean sheet in the Ryman League Premier Division leaders’ 4-0 hammering of Met Police at Victory Road this afternoon.
|McCarthy: Poor Performance and Leeds Deserved Win Sat 24th Sep 2016 18:08 |
Boss Mick McCarthy conceded that Leeds United had deserved their 1-0 victory over Town and admitted his team put in a “poor performance” at Elland Road.
|Leeds United 1-0 Town - Match Report Sat 24th Sep 2016 17:09 |
Former Blues loanee Chris Wood’s 35th minute header saw Leeds United to a 1-0 victory over Town at Elland Road. The Whites might have won by a more comfortably margin having come close on a number of further occasions, while the Blues never looked like getting anything from the game once they had gone behind.
|Leeds United 1-0 Ipswich Town - Player Ratings and Reports Sat 24th Sep 2016 17:05 |
If you saw the match, please give us your player ratings and a mini match report.
|Leeds United 1-0 Town - Half-Time Sat 24th Sep 2016 15:59 |
Former Blues loanee Chris Wood’s 35th minute header has given Leeds United a 1-0 half-time lead over Town at Elland Road.
|U18s Lose to Barnsley Sat 24th Sep 2016 15:13 |
Brett McGavin and Ross Marshall (pictured) were on target as Town’s U18s fell to a 3-2 defeat to Barnsley at Playford Road this afternoon.
|Town Unchanged at Leeds Sat 24th Sep 2016 14:10 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy has named an unchanged side for this afternoon’s game at Leeds United, however, Teddy Bishop and Luke Varney both miss out on places on the bench.
|Leeds United v Ipswich Town - Chatroom Open Sat 24th Sep 2016 14:00 |
If you're not at the match, come and join us in the chatroom and discuss it with hundreds of other Town fans.
|Naylor on Life's a Pitch Sat 24th Sep 2016 11:05 |
Town Wembley hero and former Leeds United skipper Richard Naylor will be talking to the regulars on Life’s a Pitch at lunchtime on BBC Radio Suffolk (midday to 2pm). Host Mark Murphy will also be joined by legend-in-residence Kevin Beattie, New Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham, who will be at Elland Road ahead of the game against Leeds United.
|McCarthy Backs "Inspiration" Chambers Sat 24th Sep 2016 06:00 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy has hailed his skipper Luke Chambers as an “inspiration” and says he will continue to be his right-back, despite fans’ opinions being split on the 30-year-old in that role.
On Thursday, 24th September 2015
|Manchester United 3-0 Ipswich Town - Highlights Thu 24th Sep 2015 14:46 |
See the highlights from Ipswich's 3-0 defeat at Old Trafford from Town's official YouTube account.
|Connolly in Provisional Irish U21 Squad Thu 24th Sep 2015 13:38 |
Winger Dylan Connolly has been named in a 22-man provisional Republic of Ireland U21 squad for Euro 2017 qualifiers against Lithuania and Italy next month.
On Wednesday, 24th September 2014
|Naked Football Show Tonight Wed 24th Sep 2014 12:18 |
This evening's Naked Football Show (ICR FM 6pm) sees host Graham Blackburn joined by Billy Walker and Ray Slegg to discuss all matters Town.
|McCarthy: One of Our Best Away Displays Wed 24th Sep 2014 06:00 |
Manager Mick McCarthy hailed Monday’s 2-1 win at Wigan as one of the best away performances of his time in charge of the Blues. Luke Hyam and Conor Sammon were on target for Town in the live Sky game with Martyn Waghorn pulling one back late on for the Latics.
On Tuesday, 24th September 2013
|U21 Match Now Behind Closed Doors Tue 24th Sep 2013 16:44 |
Friday's U21s friendly away against West Ham United will now be played behind closed doors. Initially the match was to be open to the public.
|Banners Close to Production Tue 24th Sep 2013 14:11 |
Work has been continuing on the banners TWTD Message Boarders have been designing with the cash raised enough for two to go into production but with further donations welcome.
|U21s Face West Ham in Friendly Tue 24th Sep 2013 12:40 |
Town’s U21s are in friendly action against West Ham at the Rush Green Stadium in Romford on Friday (KO 1pm).
|Town MDs at London Branch Meeting Tue 24th Sep 2013 09:32 |
Joint-MDs Ian Milne and Jonathan Symonds will be the guests at a meeting of the London Branch of the Supporters Club on Wednesday evening (from 6pm).
|Cresswell: A Right Rare Goal Tue 24th Sep 2013 06:01 |
Aaron Cresswell’s clincher against Yeovil was not his first goal with his right foot – but he admits it might be his last.
|Flattered Cresswell Aiming for Premier League With Town Tue 24th Sep 2013 06:00 |
Mick McCarthy’s description of Aaron Cresswell as the best left-back in the Championship has understandably gone down well with the player. But the 23-year-old is not the type to overreact to his manager singing his praises and accepts he is still some way short of being the finished article.
|Full-Backs Aiming for More Goals Tue 24th Sep 2013 06:00 |
It isn’t every day that one full-back provides a cross for the other to score but Aaron Cresswell and Luke Chambers managed it for Town against Middlesbrough last week.
On Monday, 24th September 2012
|U21s Lose at Bristol City Mon 24th Sep 2012 14:54 |
Town lost 1-0 to Bristol City in an U21 Professional Development League Two South fixture at Ashton Gate this afternoon.
|U21s in Action at Bristol City Mon 24th Sep 2012 09:46 |
Luke Hyam, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, Josh Carson, Jack Ainsley, Joe Whight, Chieck Kourouma and Ronan Murray are in a Town U21 squad facing Bristol City’s second string at Ashton Gate this afternoon (KO 1pm).
|Jewell: Fans Entitled To Be Annoyed Mon 24th Sep 2012 06:00 |
Boss Paul Jewell admitted that fans are entitled to be annoyed after Saturday’s 2-1 home defeat to Charlton, but vowed to fight on. Town remain in 23rd in the Championship after seven games and are without a win at home since March.
On Saturday, 24th September 2011
|U18s Draw at Chelsea Sat 24th Sep 2011 19:48 |
Goals from Jonny Leddy (pictured), Caolan Lavery and Jack Simmons saw Town’s U18s to a 3-3 draw at Chelsea this morning. But it might have been even better for the young Blues who led 3-1 at one stage.
|Jewell: We Had the Better Chances Sat 24th Sep 2011 17:25 |
Blues boss Paul Jewell felt his side had the best chances in their entertaining 0-0 draw at Middlesbrough. The Town manager was pleased with the point against one of the division’s pacesetters.
|Middlesbrough 0-0 Town Sat 24th Sep 2011 17:04 |
Town recorded their first draw of the season as their visit to Tony Mowbray’s Middlesbrough ended scoreless. Jason Scotland went nearest to breaking the deadlock with a shot against the post in the second half, while Michael Chopra and Ibrahima Sonko both went close in the first period.
On Friday, 24th September 2010
|Keane a Big Fan of Lambe Fri 24th Sep 2010 15:30 |
Boss Roy Keane has revealed that he’s a big fan of Bermudian winger Reggie Lambe. The Town manager was delighted with the 19-year-old’s performance in Tuesday’s 2-1 Carling Cup victory at Millwall.
|Lavery One of Four Back from Northern Ireland Duty for Norwich Clash Fri 24th Sep 2010 14:29 |
Academy quartet Caolan Lavery, Cormac Burke, Josh Carson and Rory McKeown are back from international duty with Northern Ireland’s U19s ahead of Town’s U18s derby against Norwich at their Colney training ground on Saturday (KO 11am). Lavery was with a Northern Ireland squad for the first time, having previously played for Canada.
|Keane: No Slacking at Scunthorpe Fri 24th Sep 2010 12:25 |
Town manager Roy Keane says his squad can’t afford to slacken off having made a start to the season which has seen them climb to second in the Championship and reach the Carling Cup’s last 16. Keane has plenty of selection headaches ahead of Saturday’s game at Scunthorpe with a much-changed side impressively defeating Millwall in the Carling Cup in midweek.
|Naked Football Show Now Online Fri 24th Sep 2010 10:20 |
You can now hear this week's The Naked Football Show, which includes speculation that Jake Livermore could be Town's loan signing as was subsequently confirmed the following morning, on ICR FM's Listen Again facility, on an MP3 and iTunes. Graham Blackburn and Phil Ham are joined by Tom Taylor and David James to discuss the latest Town gossip.
|Keane: Competition For Places Stronger Than Ever Fri 24th Sep 2010 09:10 |
Roy Keane says competition for places in his side is now more fierce than at any stage in his time at Portman Road. The Blues boss added Spurs midfielder Jake Livermore to his squad yesterday, adding to his options in central midfield.
|Rodgers Yet to Hear From Keane on Beattie Fri 24th Sep 2010 08:45 |
Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers says he has heard nothing from Town regarding their reported interest in striker Craig Beattie. A report yesterday claimed the Blues were looking to take the former West Brom and Celtic frontman on loan.
On Thursday, 24th September 2009
|Win Ipswich 'Til I Die in Football Supporters' Federation Competition Thu 24th Sep 2009 15:14 |
TWTD has one copy of the Ipswich ‘Til I Die book to give away to a lucky reader, courtesy of the Football Supporters’ Federation. Ipswich ‘Til I Die, published by Ipswich Town Ist earlier this year, is a unique collection of fans’ recollections of following the Blues.
|Barton Ruled Out of Newcastle Side Facing Town Thu 24th Sep 2009 15:03 |
Midfielder Joey Barton is the latest Newcastle player to be ruled out of Saturday’s live BBC2 game with Town at Portman Road (KO 5.30pm). The controversial ex-Manchester City man has a foot injury.
|Newcastle Still Working on Harewood Signing Thu 24th Sep 2009 12:42 |
Newcastle United caretaker-manager Chris Hughton says he expects to hear today whether former Town loanee Marlon Harewood will join his club on loan from Aston Villa in time to face the Blues at Portman Road on Saturday. Harewood, who is now over an ankle injury, has been a Magpies target for some weeks.
|Naked Podcast Online Thu 24th Sep 2009 10:31 |
You can now hear this week's The Naked Football Show on ICR FM's Listen Again facility, on an MP3 or via iTunes. Graham Blackburn and Phil Ham are joined by Terry Holden and Phil Pritchard to discuss the Town issues of the moment.
|Extended Park and Ride Service for Newcastle Game Thu 24th Sep 2009 10:12 |
Ipswich Park and Ride is offering an extended service for Saturday’s match against Newcastle. The service normally finishes at 7pm but additional services are being laid on with the game kicking off at 5.30pm.
|Lincoln Targeting Town Loanees Thu 24th Sep 2009 08:44 |
Lincoln City caretaker-manager Simon Clark was at the Town reserve game against Stevenage Borough yesterday to run the rule over some of the Blues’ fringe players. Bryan Klug’s men won the game 6-2 with Reggie Lambe netting a hat-trick and Ed Upson, Colin Healy and Luke Hyam all scoring once.
On Wednesday, 24th September 2008
|Pablo Injury Not Serious Wed 24th Sep 2008 23:50 |
Striker Pablo Couñago has received the good news that the ankle injury he suffered in training last week is not serious and he could be back in action as soon as this weekend. The Spaniard has missed Town's last two games.
|Jim Pleased With First 60 MInutes Wed 24th Sep 2008 23:44 |
Boss Jim Magilton was pleased with his side's display for the first hour of Wednesday's 4-1 Carling Cup defeat to Wigan, but was disappointed that the Blues failed to take their chances and gave away poor goals.
|Town 1-4 Wigan Athletic Wed 24th Sep 2008 23:30 |
Town's Carling Cup run came to an end as Wigan left Portman Road with a 4-1 victory. The result flattered the visitors with all the goals coming in the second half, Lee Cattermole opened the scoring and Jon Walters equalising before Olivier Kapo, Paul Scharner and Henri Camara won the tie.
|Former French U21 Striker Turned Down Town Wed 24th Sep 2008 14:29 |
Former French U21 international striker Matt Moussilou turned down the chance to join the Blues during the summer, according to reports in France. Nice frontman Moussilou is also said to have decided against moves to Strasbourg, Cardiff City and unnamed sides in the Middle East to stay with his current club.
|Naked Football Show Pre-Wigan Special Wed 24th Sep 2008 12:36 |
Don't miss Ipswich Community Radio's The Naked Football Show this evening from 6pm until 6.30pm. Graham Blackburn and Phil Ham will be joined by Joe Ward and one yet to be confirmed guest to talk through the Town issues of the day.
|Volz Looking Forward to Taking on Wigan Wed 24th Sep 2008 08:57 |
Full-back Moritz Volz says he is looking forward to take on Premier League opposition again when the Blues face Wigan in tonight's third round Carling Cup tie. The Fulham defender is on loan with the Blues for the season.
On Monday, 24th September 2007
|Town in Talks With Hull Mon 24th Sep 2007 20:39 |
Further to the earlier report regarding compensation to fans with train tickets booked when Saturday's game was still a 3pm kick-off, Town are negotiating with Hull City and rugby league's Superleague regarding the responsibility for making recompense.
|Town to Compensate Fans Mon 24th Sep 2007 17:31 |
Town chief executive Derek Bowden has told TWTD that the club will compensate supporters who have purchased train tickets which will get them to Hull after Saturday's re-arranged fixture has already started.
|Leicester Date Set Mon 24th Sep 2007 15:07 |
Town's home game with Leicester City has been re-arranged for Tuesday, 11th December (KO 7.45pm).
|Trust Slams Hull Switch Mon 24th Sep 2007 14:39 |
Ipswich Town Ist, the Town supporters' Trust, is writing to the club, Hull City and the football authorities to complain about the late move of next week's game at the KC Stadium to a 12.30pm kick-off and request that the match be moved for a second time to a 1pm start.
|Walters Happy in Midfield Mon 24th Sep 2007 11:39 |
Striker Jon Walters says he is starting to get used to life as a right midfield player after being switched from his striking role during pre-season. Walters was again Town's man of the match as the Blues defeated Coventry 4-1 on Saturday.
|Pablo: I'm the Daddy Mon 24th Sep 2007 09:04 |
Two-goal Pablo Couñago has revealed the reason behind his celebration after scoring his first and Town's second during Saturday's 4-1 victory over Coventry City – he's going to be a father.
On Sunday, 24th September 2006
|U18s Defeat Addicks Sun 24th Sep 2006 21:56 |
Town's U18s defeated Charlton Athletic 1-0 at their Sparrows Lane training ground on Saturday lunchtime. Darryl Knights was on target for the second week running.
|Viktor Signs for Reading Sun 24th Sep 2006 21:49 |
Academy target Viktor Unnar Illugason ended any lingering speculation regarding his future on Friday by putting pen to paper on a three-year deal with Reading. The Icelandic striker agreed to join the Blues in April before changing his mind and deciding to become a Royal.
On Saturday, 24th September 2005
|Joe Praise for Defending Sat 24th Sep 2005 23:07 |
Boss Joe Royle had praise for his side's defensive attributes after their 2-0 win against Leeds at Elland Road. The Town manager was also impressed with two-goal frontman Sam Parkin.
|Leeds 0-2 Town Sat 24th Sep 2005 18:35 |
A goal in each half from Sam Parkin gave the Blues a 2-0 win away at Leeds. The home side had most of the possession but couldn't break down an unyielding Town defence, Richard Cresswell crashing a first half penalty off the cross bar.
|Cardiff Pair Linked Sat 24th Sep 2005 09:25 |
Cardiff strikers Alan Lee and Stuart Fleetwood are the latest players to be mentioned as possible Town loanees. Boss Joe Royle is refusing to comment one way or another on his current targets.
On Friday, 24th September 2004
|U18s Face Watford Fri 24th Sep 2004 17:48 |
Town's U18 side face Watford on Saturday morning at the Playford Road Training Centre (KO 11am). Striker Billy Clarke will be hoping to continue his excellent scoring form which saw him net for the reserves in the friendly with Colchester on Wednesday.
|Bent: Talk Affected Me Fri 24th Sep 2004 13:04 |
Striker Darren Bent says that talk of his possible transfer to Charlton last month did start to get to him. The Addicks bid £3 million for the youngster but Town turned it down, reportedly slapping a £5 million price-tag on his head.
|Cup Exit is Cash Loss Fri 24th Sep 2004 10:30 |
Town manager Joe Royle says that the Blues' exit from the Carling Cup earlier this week has lost a chance of adding to his loan budget.
|Hogg Set for Darlington Fri 24th Sep 2004 00:09 |
Reserve defender Chris Hogg is set to join former Blue Alun Armstrong at League Two side Darlington. Hogg, whose Town contract is up at the end of the season, is being targeted by the Quakers who are keen to add to their defensive options.
On Wednesday, 24th September 2003
|Reserves in Action Wed 24th Sep 2003 16:51 |
Town will field a very young reserves side when they face Wimbledon's second string this evening at Portman Road (KO 7pm).
|Mahon 50/50 for Saturday Wed 24th Sep 2003 15:02 |
On loan midfielder Alan Mahon is rated as 50/50 to make Saturday's league game with Watford at Vicarage Road. Blues' boss Joe Royle has a long injury list and may have to bring in more loanees prior to facing the Hornets.
|Ross County Visit Town Wed 24th Sep 2003 14:14 |
Ross County manager Alex Smith is spending time with the Town academy this week. The Highlands club are modelling their youth set-up on the Blues' academy.
|New Supporters Club Site Wed 24th Sep 2003 11:01 |
The Official Ipswich Town Supporters Club have launched a new website. The new site contains information on all the branches and their events.
|England Start for Hogg Wed 24th Sep 2003 03:28 |
Town youngster Chris Hogg played the full 90 minutes as the England U19s beat Andorra 4-0 in Moscow on Monday.
On Tuesday, 24th September 2002
|Town 3-1 Brighton Tue 24th Sep 2002 22:58 |
Town progressed to the third round of the Worthington Cup beating Brighton 3-1 after going behind. Dean Hammond poked home a cross completely missed by Andy Marshall in the third minute, but the keeper's blushes were spared by goals from Darren Bent, Pablo Couñago and a stunner from Darren Ambrose.
|New Red Card Rules Tue 24th Sep 2002 17:49 |
FIFA have announced a change to the rules regarding sendings off. All players shown the red card will now face a one-match ban in the next game in the same competition after their dismissal.
|Invasion Verdict Soon Tue 24th Sep 2002 12:47 |
Town are likely to find out by the end of the week if they face action from the FA over the pitch invasion during the Norwich game. Referee Paul Durkin included the incident in his match report.
|Sartid Win Tue 24th Sep 2002 12:43 |
Town's UEFA Cup opponents FK Sartid beat FK Zemun 3-0 at the weekend to take themselves to third in the Yugoslav league. The Serb side are still unbeaten in the league this season, winning three and drawing three.
|Town Fan on TV Tue 24th Sep 2002 09:49 |
Town supporter Jamie Beddard and his passion for the club feature in BBC2's One in Seven on Wednesday evening (11.25pm). Jamie, winner of the Barclaycard Supporter of the Month last season, also has another TV appearance on the way.
On Monday, 24th September 2001
|FA to Act Against Norwich Mon 24th Sep 2001 16:48 |
The FA sem certain to launch an investigation into the the Norwich scoreboard incident at the weekend. Reports also claim that the scoreboard operator who perpetrated the slur against Town was due to leave his job anyway.
|Burley Has No Complaints Mon 24th Sep 2001 09:56 |
Town manager George Burley was surprisingly upbeat after Saturday's 4-0 loss to Manchester United. He felt the scoreline flattered United a little while his side are are not getting the rub of the green.
On Sunday, 24th September 2000
|Niven Leaves Town Sun 24th Sep 2000 20:47 |
Stuart Niven, the 21-year-old Scottish midfielder, has been released from his contract at his own request.
On Friday, 24th September 1999
|Mogga Issue Fri 24th Sep 1999 17:40 |
Whether Tony Mowbray takes his place in the Town defence on Sunday is the burning issue for Town fans at the moment. With John McGreal suspended the Player/Coach seems the favourite to come into the side. Other options include bringing in dropped Frenchman Manu Thetis or a move to 4-4-2 with Mark Venus and Wayne Brown taking up the two centre-half spots.