November 1 2014 Latest news:
Could he have done much more?
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says he refused to be blackmailed by Crystal Palace when it came to a transfer deadline day bid for defender Tyrone Mings.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy knows his side’s match at rock-bottom Blackpool tomorrow just got a whole lot harder.
Stephen Hunt believes he has had the last laugh when it came to his bitter fall-out with Blackpool.
Colchester United manager Tony Humes’ hopes of extending Ipswich Town youngster Elliott Hewitt’s loan spell may have been dashed, with Blues right-back Jonathan Parr suffering with a groin problem.
Elliott Hewitt is enjoying his stay at Colchester United, but the young loan defender would like to see his long-term future at parent club, Ipswich Town.
Key duo Tyrone Mings and Jonny Williams are both available again for Ipswich Town, but Jonathan Parr is a doubt and Kevin Bru has been ruled out ahead of Saturday’s match at rock-bottom Championship club Blackpool.
Ipswich Town will bid to avoid the new manager bounce on Saturday after Lee Clark was appointed boss at the Blues’ next opponents Blackpool this morning.
Mick McCarthy will celebrate two years in charge of Ipswich Town this weekend.
Ipswich Town’s weekend nemesis Nahki Wells has revealed how he instantly regretted turning down a chance to extend a trial period at Portman Road seven years ago, which would have probably led to him signing for the club.
Ipswich Town’s next opponents, Blackpool, last night sacked head coach Jose Riga after just four-and-a-half months in charge.
Ipswich Town fans should be proud to have Mick McCarthy as their club’s manager.
Ipswich Town supporters will get the chance to quiz club officials – including manager Mick McCarthy and managing director Ian Milne – in a question and answer session at Portman Road on Thursday night.
Charity should not begin at home in football.
We have to make sure this doesn’t happen again.