July 31 2014 Latest news:
Sir Bobby’s youngest son has admitted his family had no idea how much of an impact the former Ipswich manager’s legacy would have.
He will long be remembered as one of Ipswich Town’s most successful managers - and surely there is no better way of celebrating the life and career of Sir Bobby Robson than to give fans the chance to be a part of the club for which gave so much to.
A gentleman with good values who played football the right way.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy has confirmed that Kevin Bru has signed for the club on a permanent basis.
It is five years today since Sir Bobby Robson died and the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation has now raised over £7million to help those who have cancer. Liz Nice reports.
Ipswich Town have today announced the signing of 6ft 5in Hungarian striker Balint Bajner, following his release from German giants Borussia Dortmund.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy was delighted to see talismanic striker David McGoldrick return to action tonight.
David McGoldrick made his long-awaited comeback from injury as Ipswich Town won 2-1 at Southend United in their latest pre-season outing.
Ipswich Town defender Frederic Veseli has today joined League One outfit Port Vale on a half-season loan, subject to paperwork.
Ipswich Town’s key striker David McGoldrick could be set for his first appearance in a Town shirt in more than five months tonight as the Blues travel to Southend United in a pre-season friendly.
Ipswich Town academy director Bryan Klug fears the club would start seeing the region’s best young players head to bitter rivals Norwich City if Category One status is not achieved next summer.
Ipswich Town are still to concede a goal in pre-season following their 2-0 win at League One side Gillingham.
You can almost see the frustration and anger being converted into fuel for the fight as Bryan Klug reflects on Thursday’s bitter blow.
Simon Milton hopes that Ipswich Town supporters will continue to give their financial backing to the club’s academy following the news that an application for Category One status had fallen short by just 0.3% after a complex audit.
Ipswich Town have been informed that their application for Category One academy status has been rejected.