August 20 2014 Latest news:
Birmingham v Ipswich: Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy says Christophe Berra’s last-gasp leveller at Birmingham City will make a ‘huge difference’ to his side’s preparations for the visit of East Anglian rivals Norwich City on Saturday.
Birmingham v Ipswich: Christophe Berra twice played Ipswich Town’s get of jail free card at St Andrew’s as Mick McCarthy’s men somehow escaped with a share of the spoils.
Ipswich Town will host Norwich City at Portman Road on Saturday in the first Anglian derby since 2011 – and you can have your say on the fixture in a special webchat at 12noon today.
Norwich will be weakened on two fronts for this weekend’s derby game with Ipswich, with the departure of star midfielder Leroy Fer and a ban for key defender Martin Olsson.
Ipswich travel to Birmingham City tonight to try and pick up our first away points of the season, after Saturday’s disappointment at Reading. And if I’m being honest, I would be surprised if we came away with a victory.
In the first of our articles in the build-up to this weekend’s first Anglian derby game since 2011, Liz Nice looks back at her derby day memories - and one legendary air-kick.
New signing Conor Sammon is determined he can hit the goal trail at Ipswich Town, despite having a less than impressive scoring record.
With Frank Nouble heading for the exit door at Ipswich Town, manager Mick McCarthy yesterday told another departing striker, Jack Marriott, to add more strings to his bow, in order to become a Blues regular.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that former West Ham midfielder Jack Collison is training with the club.
Jack Marriott has joined League Two Carlisle United on a month’s loan, ahead of tomorrow night’s trip to Birmingham City in the Championship.
Conor Sammon will find his goalscoring touch with Ipswich Town.
Former West Ham United midfielder Jack Collison trained with Ipswich Town last week, with Blues boss Mick McCarthy now weighing up whether to offer the Welsh international a deal.
Reading v Ipswich: One lapse of concentration, in a stalemate of a game, ended up costing Ipswich Town as they went down 1-0 at Reading this afternoon.
Reading v Ipswich: Blues boss Mick McCarthy was quick to forgive David McGoldrick after the striker’s mistake proved costly in a fine-margin 1-0 defeat at Reading.
Two headed goals gave Ipswich Town’s under 18s an opening-day win in the Youth Premier League Division 2 South at the club’s Playford Road training ground on Saturday afternoon.