Town travel to Swindon for the first of three meaningless end-of-season games aiming to end their goal drought as it moves towards a club record.
Published last Friday at 02:06 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Oli Hawkins is at a loss to explain Town’s lack of goals this season – just 41 from the 43 league games played so far – and in particular how they have dried up completely in recent weeks.
Published last Thursday at 12:06 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Fit-again striker Oli Hawkins was happy to make his long-awaited return to first team action in last week’s goalless home draw with Wimbledon but admits he remains uncertain about his Portman Road future.
Published last Thursday at 12:01 pm on TWTD.co.uk
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 last Thursday at 11:36 am on TWTD.co.uk
Boss Paul Cook has allayed any uncertainty there might have been about his position stating that he will be part of Ipswich Town’s future.
Published last Thursday at 11:01 am on TWTD.co.uk
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 last Thursday at 09:41 am on TWTD.co.uk
Blues pair Dai Cornell and Mark McGuinness have been named in the Sky Bet League One Team of the Week for their performances in Saturday’s 0-0 home draw with AFC Wimbledon.
Published Monday at 10:31 am on TWTD.co.uk
Keeper Dai Cornell says his homework paid off having saved Joe Pigott’s penalty during yesterday’s 0-0 draw with AFC Wimbledon, the Welshman’s first appearance under new manager Paul Cook.
Published Sunday at 11:21 am on TWTD.co.uk
Highlights of yesterday's 0-0 draw with AFC Wimbledon at Portman Road via the club's YouTube channel.
Published Sunday at 09:26 am on TWTD.co.uk
Town boss Paul Cook was scathing about his side’s performance as they drew 0-0 at home to AFC Wimbledon, declaring the first-half display perhaps the worst he’s ever seen from one of his teams and that the Blues were like a “Sunday league team that’s won a cup to come and play at Portman Road.”
Published Saturday at 06:31 pm on TWTD.co.uk