June 18 2013 Latest news:
Mick McCarthy is mulling over offering former Wolves striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake a short-term deal.
In February 1984, Jason Dozzell became English football’s youngest ever top-flight goalscorer when netting on his Ipswich Town debut little more than a month past his 16th birthday. Now, almost 30 years later, his son Andre – just turned 14 – is considered one the most exciting prospects in the Suffolk club’s academy. STUART WATSON met the pair to talk past, present and future.
Ipswich Town: The Blues will travel to Stevenage in the Capital One Cup First Round, with the game to be played on the week commencing August 5.
Jason Dozzell endured a chaotic start to his Ipswich Town career – and now he is determined to make sure his son has a smoother ride.
Footballer Paul Taylor is to be sentenced later this month after admitting assaulting a doorman in a pub brawl.
Former Ipswich Town midfielder Andy Drury will sign for League One side Crawley Town on Monday, the EADT understands.
Ipswich Town have added another game to their pre-season schedule – a trip to recently promoted League One side Gillingham.
Plans for a pre-season friendly between Ipswich Town and Norwich City have been scrapped.
When four Ipswich Town fans decided to embark on an FA Cup journey last summer they couldn’t have dreamed how well the idea would pan out. STUART WATSON reports.
IPSWICH Town have confirmed the permanent signing of Daryl Murphy.
The summer mission was always to keep the crux of a tried and trusted squad together – and already that mission is almost complete as Ipswich Town close in on the signing of Daryl Murphy.
Ipswich Town managing directors Jonathan Symonds and Ian Milne insist their root and branch review of spending behind the scenes at the club is more than just a crude head count exercise.
IPSWICH Town will sign recent loanee Jay Tabb on a permanent two-year deal at the start of next month.
IPSWICH Town are waiting on the decision of Matthew Kilgallon after the released Sunderland centre-back held talks with the club.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy is anticipating a busy summer in the transfer market as he looks to re-shape his team on a modest budget and build a squad capable of a play-off push next season.
With a plethora of free agents and players unwanted by their clubs, CHRIS BRAMMER looks at the players that could do a job at Portman Road.
Norwich City chief executive David McNally is canvassing supporters for their thoughts on reviving the East Anglian derby against rivals Ipswich Town this summer.
Mick McCarthy has made no secret of his desire to return to the Premier League – so can Town hold on to their man this summer?
When one door closes, another one opens, and that is definitely the case for former Ipswich Town Academy Player of the Year, Gunnar Thorsteinsson.
Premier League side Fulham are considering offering Town’s transfer-listed winger, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, a dramatic route out of Portman Road.
St Mirren manager Danny Lennon has quashed speculation that Buddies winger Kenny McLean is still on Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy’s radar.
Next season’s Championship may not grant Ipswich Town’s wish to swell their home gates.
FINANCIAL Fair Play rules can stabilise football’s spiralling expenditure, but the Premier League is certainly not helping the Championship’s cause.
They’ve been labelled Marcus Evans’ ‘yes men’, the IT and marketing experts who cared only about business – not football. Chief football writer STUART WATSON went and found out what Ipswich Town managing directors Ian Milne and Jonathan Symonds are really like in their first in-depth interview.
IPSWICH Town supporters shouldn’t be concerned about the rising level of debt at the club.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy is prepared to work on a budget this summer.
Ipswich Town target Jay Tabb will leave Reading when his contract expires on July 1, the Royals have announced.
Ipswich Town will face Edgar Davids’ Barnet side in a pre-season friendly at the Hertforshire club’s new stadium, ‘The Hive’.
Mick McCarthy can build his team around the rock-solid defensive pairing of Tommy Smith and Luke Chambers.
Ipswich Town legend Kevin Beattie has labelled Tommy Smith’s decision to extend his Portman Road contract as a “big coup”, and compared the defender to former Blues great Allan Hunter.