April 16 2014 Latest news:
It’s been described as the pinnacle for our local footballers, the chance to play an end-of-season Suffolk FA cup final at Portman Road.
Only wins will do for Ipswich Town at this stage of the season and tenacious midfielder Luke Hyam believes the Blues can finish with a fab four.
It’s not just the play-off-chasing Blues who are doing Ipswich proud and making waves on the national and regional sporting scene.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy is bracing himself for plenty of interest in left-back Aaron Cresswell this summer.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy insists Anthony Wordsworth is happy to play his part within a squad all pulling in the same direction.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy is more than happy to talk about the prospect of the play-offs, promotion and the Premier League.
Ipswich Town skipper Luke Chambers believes he is growing into the role of right-back after his late winner against Doncaster at the weekend drew comparisons with Brazilian legend Carlos Alberto’s famous World Cup Final goal of 1970.
Ipswich v Doncaster: Ipswich Town’s never-say-die spirit once again came to the fore in a crucial 2-1 home win over Doncaster Rovers. STUART WATSON takes a look back on the game.
Ipswich v Doncaster: Blues boss Mick McCarthy conceded that his side ‘got away with one’ in this afternoon’s 2-1 home win over Doncaster, but hit back at opposition manger Paul Dickov’s claim that Luke Hyam’s unpunished challenge on Gabriel Tamas in the build-up to Luke Chambers’ winner was a potential leg-breaker.
Ipswich v Doncaster: Ipswich Town once again showed their never-say-die spirit as Luke Chambers’ dramatic late winner against Doncaster Rovers kept them right in the Championship top-six mix.
Ipswich v Doncaster: Blues boss Mick McCarthy has decided not to risk left-back Aaron Cresswell for today’s visit of Doncaster Rovers to Portman Road, replacing him with Tyrone Mings.
Ipswich v Doncaster: Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy believes his squad has both the legs and the heart to gatecrash the play-off party.
Ipswich v Doncaster: Ipswich Town host struggling Doncaster Rovers at Portman Road today knowing that nothing less than a victory is realistically required if their dream of gatecrashing the Championship play-off party is to continue.
Make some noise for the Tractor Boys!
The man who last guided Ipswich Town to the Premier League believes the fight for the final Championship play-off spot could come down to a straight duel between the Blues and Bournemouth.