September 3 2015 Latest news:
Matt Clarke has signed a new contract at Ipswich Town.
The summer transfer window has now closed, during which Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy brought in a total of 12 new signings on permanent or loan deals.
It’s once again set to be a quiet transfer deadline day at Portman Road, with manager Mick McCarthy having completed his summer business well in advance.
Tommy Smith hailed new defender Piotr Malarczyk’s mental strength after the Pole’s baptism of fire in Saturday’s 3-2 home defeat to Brighton.
While other Championship clubs scramble around for some last minute additions before today’s 6pm transfer deadline, Ipswich Town will be content that they have completed their shrewd summer business.
Blues boss Mick McCarthy refused to criticise his players after this defeat but will surely be disappointed at the manner in which his team surrendered top spot in the Championship.
The international break can often be a hindrance to clubs, the pause in the season breaking momentum, while key players can return injured.
Watch match highlights as Ipswich Town fall to their first defeat of the season, 3-2 at home to Brighton.
Ipswich Town lost their unbeaten start to the season after a 3-2 home defeat to Brighton, who go top of the Championship as a result.
Ipswich Town have confirmed the signing of Aussie winger Tommy Oar.
It may not have been the outcome the home crowd were hoping for, but the 21,000 fans at Portman Road this afternoon were left thoroughly entertained as Ipswich Town lost 3-2 to Brighton.
Mick McCarthy chose to heap praise on Brighton, rather than be too critical of his own players after Ipswich Town’s unbeaten start to the season was ended by the Seagulls, at Portman Road, today.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy has made seven changes from the team that won 4-1 at Doncaster Rovers in midweek, for today’s top-of-the-table Championship clash with Brighton.
A victory against Brighton & Hove Albion in a top-of-the-table clash at Portman Road today, would be the perfect tonic for Mick McCarthy’s men, heading into the international break.
Just over 24,000 mainly expectant fans arrived at Portman Road to watch the UEFA Cup winners take on an unfancied Sunderland side, 34 years ago today.