May 22 2013 Latest news:
Images of Ipswich Town’s brand-new replica kits have been leaked on Twitter prior to Friday night’s official launch at the club’s Planet Blue store.
He was the England under-15 captain and could have had his pick of clubs, but as soon as Chris Hogg stepped foot inside Ipswich Town’s Playford Road training ground, he knew he wanted to become a Blue. With Ipswich set to apply for Category 1 Academy status, CHRIS BRAMMER found out why the defender thinks good times could be just round the corner again
OUT-of-contract midfielder Andy Drury believes he should have been given more playing time at Ipswich Town, as the 29-year-old seeks pastures new ahead of the 2013/14 campaign.
Ex-Ipswich Town youngster Ed Upson is back in the Championship – and he has warned that Yeovil could be a surprise package next season.
A RESTRICTIVE budget has priced Ipswich Town out of a move for keeper Lee Camp.
David Moyes replaces Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United at the end of this season. In 1982, Bobby Ferguson took over from legendary Blues boss Sir Bobby Robson, but explains to CHRIS BRAMMER why he faced a bigger task than the new Old Trafford boss will
IPSWICH Town owner Marcus Evans will once again sponsor the club’s shirts next season.
Phillip ‘George’ Stannard turns 97 later this year. He’s supported Ipswich Town since 1932 and has been a season ticket holder at Portman Road for more than 40 years. STUART WATSON spoke to the lifelong Blues fan.
IPSWICH Town new boy Cole Skuse will fill the void left by Grant Leadbitter at Portman Road.
Ipswich Town have renewed their interest in goalkeeper Lee Camp following his frustrating short-term spell at Norwich City.
IPSWICH Town target Alan Judge has agreed to sign for Blackburn Rovers, it has been reported.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy is due to sit down with owner Marcus Evans to discuss transfer and wage budgets over the coming days. STUART WATSON caught up with chief scout Dave Bowman to discuss the player recruitment plan.
IPSWICH Town owner Marcus Evans saw his proposal of a salary cap on clubs relegated from the Premier League scuppered at a Football League meeting in Walsall yesterday.
Eleven successive campaigns in the Championship, the last four of which have ended with bottom-half finishes. To an outsider, life at Ipswich Town must look dull. In reality it’s been anything but. Chief Football Writer STUART WATSON reflects on another eventful campaign at Portman Road.