April 25 2015 Latest news:
Mick McCarthy; a mix of Yorkshire grit and Irish charm. STUART WATSON sat down with the Ipswich Town boss to find out more about the man behind the stereotypes.
Tyrone Mings is confident that Ipswich Town will get the job done against Nottingham Forest tomorrow.
Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans has vowed to back ‘miraculous’ manager Mick McCarthy this summer.
Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans has said that manager Mick McCarthy has done a ‘miraculous’ job at Portman Road. STUART WATSON spoke to the Blues boss about the duo’s working relationship, what motivates him and why he doesn’t mind players with opinions.
Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans is £65million richer than last year, according to The Sunday Times Rich List.
A decade to the day since Ipswich Town’s last FA Youth Cup success, a member of that triumphant squad has backed the Blues to flourish again under academy supremo, Bryan Klug.
It was Falkirk, rather than Arsenal, that came calling for Liam Craig, but the man who skippered Ipswich Town to FA Youth Cup victory over Southampton in 2005, considers himself to be one of the lucky ones.
Ipswich Town Ladies lifted the Suffolk FA Women’s Cup for the fifth time on Tuesday, after a 2-0 win over AFC Sudbury.
Ipswich Town skipper Luke Chambers has promised the club’s long-suffering supporters that players crave promotion every bit as much as they do.
This newspaper is calling upon the people of Suffolk and Essex to ‘Back the Blues’ in their promotion push. Editor Terry Hunt explains why.
George Burley has backed Ipswich Town midfielder Cole Skuse to be the cool head in a high-octane Portman Road atmosphere on Saturday.
Jonny Williams has returned to parent club Crystal Palace.
On-loan Ipswich Town midfielder Jonny Williams was withdrawn as a precaution, a minute before the interval, in the Blues under-21s’ 3-2 home defeat to Bristol City on Monday.
Tributes to a 21-year-old Ipswich Town fan who died at the weekend are set to be paid in a minute’s applause at Portman Road on Saturday.