September 20 2014 Latest news:
Midfielder Jay Tabb and his Ipswich Town team-mates didn’t need much convincing when it came to the talent and potential of Teddy Bishop.
Talented teenager Teddy Bishop will be taken out of the Ipswich Town firing line at times and won’t be making 40-plus appearances for the Blues this campaign, according to boss Mick McCarthy.
Frank Nouble is the latest Blues player to star for his temporary employers. CHRIS BRAMMER finds out more about his form and that of three other Ipswich Town loanees
Mick McCarthy has assured Ipswich Town supporters that they have not seen the last of fans’ favourite Tommy Smith.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy is expecting the goals to keep flowing for in-form Daryl Murphy after the striker’s stunning finish sealed the Blues’ victory over Brighton on Tuesday.
Jack Collison is mulling over a contract offer from Ipswich Town and could make a decision in the next 24 hours.
Red hot striker Daryl Murphy sealed Ipswich Town’s second straight 2-0 win with a thunderbolt of a goal last night - which you can watch here!
Goals from Jonathan Parr and Daryl Murphy gave Ipswich Town a 2-0 victory over Brighton, at Portman Road, on Tuesday night.
Ipswich v Brighton: That’s why we turned down so much money for him.
Ipswich v Brighton: Ipswich Town recorded their second 2-0 home win in four days to move up to ninth in the Championship table.
A special football match is being held to remember a former Ipswich Town Disabled FC member, at Felixstowe & Walton FC, on September 21.
He may have a soft spot for Ipswich Town, but David Stockdale returns to Portman Road tonight insisting Brighton & Hove Albion will be no soft touches.
There are a queue of left wingers lined up, but they’ll have to do really well to get Jay Tabb out of the Ipswich Town team.
Ipswich Town winger Paul Anderson has enjoyed a good start to the season. STUART WATSON spoke to him about Sami Hyypia, competition for places and training ground antics ahead of tonight’s visit of Brighton.
Ipswich Town Ladies were the toast of East Anglia on Sunday after dishing out a 6-0 thumping against bitter rivals Norwich City, at Felixstowe & Walton’s Goldstar Ground.