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Blue Close in on Evans Signing

Town are closing in on the signing of Wigan central midfielder Lee Evans, who TWTD revealed was a Blues summer target in April.
Published 4 months ago on TWTD.co.uk

Wilson: We Weren't Really Ready to Get Promoted

Departed Blues centre-half James Wilson, who agreed to join Plymouth Argyle yesterday, says he’ll look back fondly on his two years at Portman Road and admits Town weren’t ready to get promoted.
Published 5 months ago on TWTD.co.uk

U23s Beaten By Blades in Play-Off Semi-Final

Town suffered semi-final heartbreak for the third time in six days as the U23s were beaten 4-0 by Sheffield United at Bramall Lane in their Professional Development League Two play-off.
Published 5 months ago on TWTD.co.uk

Cook Aiming to Maintain Unbeaten Home Record as Blues Host Fleetwood in Final Game

Manager Paul Cook is looking to maintain his unbeaten home record as Blues boss when the Blues host Fleetwood Town in Sunday’s otherwise meaningless final game of the season.
Published 5 months ago on TWTD.co.uk

Coach Gill Leaves Town

First-team coach Matt Gill has left the Blues after two and a half years at the club.
Published 5 months ago on TWTD.co.uk

Swindon Town 1-2 Ipswich Town - Match Report

James Norwood scored twice, once from the spot, and later missed another penalty as Town’s long wait for goals came to an end as they won 2-1 at Swindon. Norwood, captaining the Blues on his return to the side, put Town ahead on 44 with his first spot-kick, Town’s first goal in 663 minutes, then added a second in the 58th minute. Brett Pitman pulled one back for the already-relegated Robins on 71 before Norwood spurned the opportunity to score his first Town hat-trick via a second penalty but manager Paul Cook wasn’t to be denied his inaugural Blues away win.
Published 5 months ago on TWTD.co.uk

Swindon Town 0-1 Ipswich Town - Half-Time

The Blues’ goal drought finally came to an end a minute before half-time, James Norwood netting a penalty to give Town a 1-0 half-time lead at Swindon, ending a wait of 11 hours and three minutes for the Blues to find the target.
Published 5 months ago on TWTD.co.uk

Cook: All the Decisions Have Been Made

Blues manager Paul Cook says he’s made his decisions on the players currently at the club and that nothing that happens in the final three games of the season will change his mind, adding that he could have released some of the squad with no regrets in his frustration following last Saturday’s dismal 0-0 home draw with AFC Wimbledon.
Published 5 months ago on TWTD.co.uk

Cook: Norwood and Harrop Back But We Can't Wait For Season to End

Striker James Norwood is back from injury and Josh Harrop from suspension ahead of Saturday’s away game against already-relegated Swindon but manager Paul Cook admits that everyone at Town is counting down the days to the end of the season.
Published 5 months ago on TWTD.co.uk

Ipswich Town 0-0 AFC Wimbledon - Match Report

Town’s goal drought stretched beyond the 10-hour mark as they drew 0-0 at home to AFC Wimbledon, their fifth stalemate in eight games. Dai Cornell saved a Joe Pigott penalty in a first half dominated by the visitors, while the Dons striker also went closest for the Blues when he headed against his own bar in the second half.
Published 5 months ago on TWTD.co.uk

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