March 1 2015 Latest news:
Promotion places, bragging rights and revenge – the stakes are high as Ipswich Town head to Carrow Road for the most significant East Anglian derby in years (tomorrow, 2.05pm ko). STUART WATSON spoke to Blues left-back Tyrone Mings about crowd abuse, goal celebrations and memories of a rivalry with Mangotsfield.
The stakes are high, the atmosphere will be red-hot and Ipswich Town’ skipper Luke Chambers cannot wait.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy was in no mood for mind games ahead of tomorrow’s high stakes East Anglian derby against Norwich City at Carrow Road (2.05pm ko).
Ipswich Town have confirmed the loan signing of Leicester City striker Chris Wood on the eve of their East Anglian derby match against Norwich City, at Carrow Road, on Sunday.
Ipswich Town’s greatest-ever player, Kevin Beattie, has urged Blues supporters to believe ahead of Sunday’s high stakes East Anglian derby at Carrow Road (2.05pm, Sky Sports).
Colchester United boss Tony Humes believed that Chries Porter’s penalty miss was the key moment, following this afternoon’s 2-0 defeat at Doncaster Rovers.
Leiston’s evergreen and long-serving full-back Blake Saker still has that buzz to compete at the highest level.
Fresh from receiving a Ryman League ‘Manager of the Month’ accolade for January, AFC Sudbury boss Jamie Godbold admits he is a little “embarrassed.”
So, Portman Road will not host any of the Suffolk County FA cup finals again this season.