With Mick McCarthy enduring the most dismal period of his reign at Ipswich Town, and with increasing fan pressure on him to quit his job, CHRIS BRAMMER looks back at the Blues boss' time in charge at Portman Road and remembers a time when it wasn't all bad.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says today's 2-1 victory at Sheffield Wednesday is fairer reflection of his four years in charge of the club than some of the recent performances which has seen a section of supporters turn on him.
Following two-and-a-half years of steady progress under Mick McCarthy's management, Ipswich Town endured a frustrating 2015/16 campaign to finish seventh in the Championship table. Stuart Watson takes a look at why a play-off finish couldn't be repeated.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy wasn't surprised when young midfielder Adam McDonnell succumbed to fatigue on his Football League debut, and praised the youngster, who made an encouraging start to life in the Championship.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy says David McGoldrick, Tommy Oar and Cole Skuse could all return to the squad for Saturday's game at Nottingham Forest, while Christophe Berra is the only new injury concern after Tuesday's 3-0 defeat at Hull City.
Ipswich Town face Manchester United, at Old Trafford, in the third round of the Capital One Cup tomorrow night. STUART WATSON spoke to Jay Tabb, one of several fringe players who could get their chance to shine.