Barron expected to join Wrexham
SCOTT Barron is today expected to join League Two side Wrexham on loan as Ipswich Town seek to off-load a number of fringe players.But it seems unlikely that the Blues will land a loan player for themselves today when the 'emergency' loan window opens.
By Derek Davis
SCOTT Barron is today expected to join League Two side Wrexham on loan as Ipswich Town seek to off-load a number of fringe players.
But it seems unlikely that the Blues will land a loan player for themselves today when the 'emergency' loan window opens.
Last night Town manager Jim Magilton was not confident of bringing in any sort of cover today but he remains on the look-out for another defender and midfielder or an experienced attacker.
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The Blues will be without Alan Lee for two games while the leading scorer is suspended for reaching 10 cautions, which will give him time to rest a tired hamstring. Gary Roberts will not play this weekend after five bookings.
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Fabian Wilnis has a badly bruised foot and is doubtful while Owen Garvan will be looked at today in training after limping through the latter stages of the 2-0 loss at Crystal Palace last Saturday.
Although not fit enough to play for Wales against Northern Ireland on Tuesday, with Magilton in Belfast working for the BBC, Lewis Price is expected to recover from his thigh strain to play against Leicester City on Saturday.
Gavin Williams should get the prognosis from his pelvic scan and see where he goes from here in terms of treatment but is not expected to play against the Foxes.
Sito Castro could celebrate becoming a dad by landing a new club to end the season with while Daryl Knights last night played for Yeovil Reserves at Weymouth and could go to Huish Park for at least a month.
A number of clubs are chasing Darren Currie although Derby boss Billy Davies has said they won't be coming back in for the winger after securing Gary Teale from Wigan.
Dean Bowditch is ready to resume his spell with Brighton after recovering from a groin injury and hopes to be in the first team.
The Blues had two young players in international action this week with Chris Casement emerging unscathed for Northern Ireland Under-21s after a 4-0 defeat by Wales in Belfast .
Danny Haynes went on as a second-half substitute in England Under-19s 4-1 win over Poland at Bournemouth.
Haynes is claiming England's third goal, although it has currently been credited to Everton striker James Vaughan, with the Town youngster getting assist.
Colchester United's loan player Hogan Ephraim came on alongside Haynes as a substitute at the start of the second half and played for the full 45 minutes.