January 29 2015 Latest news:
Ipswich Town forward Noel Hunt could be lining up against an old friend on Saturday, should Jason Pearce complete his move from Leeds United to Wigan Athletic in time.
Ipswich Town fans are going to love watching Freddie Sears.
Ipswich Town supporters have voiced their disappointment at the decision of fierce rivals Norwich City to provide the minimum away ticket allocation for the forthcoming East Anglian derby at Carrow Road on Sunday, March 1 (2.05pm ko).
Following three defeats from four matches in all competitions, Ipswich Town will look to get their Championship promotion push back on track at home against a Wigan team in turmoil this weekend.
Former Ipswich Town skipper Jason De Vos has nailed his colours to the mast ahead of Saturday’s Championship match between the Blues and another of his former clubs, Wigan Athletic.
Ipswich Town have been allocated 2,000 tickets for the East Anglian derby clash at Norwich City, on Sunday, March 1.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy still can’t quite believe that he was able to add Noel Hunt to his list of free transfer success stories.
Darren Ambrose scored as an Ipswich Town Under-21 side containing several first team players were held to a 1-1 home draw with Cardiff City this lunchtime.
Kieron Dyer and Titus Bramble will be the special guests at the next “Legends on the Town” event at the Dove Street Inn, Ipswich, on Thursday February 5 (7.30pm start, doors open at 7pm).
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy is ready to supplement his squad ahead of their Championship promotion push with some talented young loan players from the Premier League big guns.
Notts County have blocked Facebook comments from Hungary after the League One side received an unusually high number of posts from residents of the country about the signing of Balint Bajner.
Freddie Sears is licking his lips at the chance to forge a deadly ‘big man, little man’ strike partnership with Daryl Murphy at Ipswich Town.
Ipswich Town missed out on the chance to go top of the Championship table on Wednesday night – losing 3-2 at Brighton.
Ipswich Town are destined for automatic promotion – according to popular computer game ‘Football Manager’.
‘After you’. ‘No, I insist, after you’ – this is turning into a rather polite Championship promotion race.