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POLL: Titus Bramble is on trial at Ipswich Town

PUBLISHED: 19:05 16 July 2013 | UPDATED: 19:05 16 July 2013

Titus Bramble pictured in his first spell for Ipswich Town

Titus Bramble pictured in his first spell for Ipswich Town

Former Blues star Titus Bramble will appear for Ipswich Town as a trialist in tonight’s friendly clash at Gillingham.

The 31-year-old, who began his career at Portman Road, making 48 appearances, is without a club, having been released by Sunderland this summer.

Last month, manager Mick McCarthy said he had not made any contact with Bramble, or his agent, when quizzed on whether the former Newcastle and Wigan star had been training with the club.

Bramble, who has been training with West Ham, will be in the squad alongside Manchester United defender Frederic Veseli, who has been training with the Blues, following his release from Old Trafford.

The Swiss Under-21 intentional joined the Red Devils from rivals Manchester City in January 2012 and is a centre-half by trade but can also play in midfield or at full-back.

South African trialist Bongani Khumalo, who played in last Wednesday’s win at Crawley, starts alongside Bramble.

Captain of his national team, Khumalo is currently under contract at Tottenham.

Ipswich Town assistant manager Chris Doig insists Blues captain Luke Chambers will not be given an easy ride when the old friends reunite ahead of a new era at Portman Road.

New Ipswich Town boss Paul Hurst says he won’t be making a glut of early signings.

It may be early in the summer transfer window, but business has already started. Stuart Watson looks at the deals done by Championship clubs so far.

Former Ipswich and Bury Town goalkeeper Nick Pope is closing in on an £18million move to Liverpool, according to reports.

New Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst says he wants his team to play ‘no regrets’ football.

There was brisk bidding for Sir Alf Ramsey memorabilia at Clarke & Simpson’s retro auction today.

Former Ipswich Town stalwart Micky Stockwell says England’s players must cope with the weight of expectation heading into their World Cup opener against Tunisia tonight (7pm ko).

Paul Hurst officially begins work as Ipswich Town’s new manager today. Stuart Watson takes a look at the matters which he’ll find most pressing.

Chris Doig followed Paul Hurst to Ipswich Town from Shrewsbury Town. ANDY WARREN spoke to the Blues’ new assistant boss about the move and his own ambitions.

Former Ipswich Town striker Alex Mathie hopes to see new boss Paul Hurst take knockout football seriously this coming season.

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