Manchester United Keeper LinkedWed 30th May 2012 23:58 Town and Watford are being linked with loan moves for Manchester Unitedâ€™s 22-year-old keeper Ben Amos. Blues boss Paul Jewell is very much in the hunt for a new number one this summer with released Red Devil Tomasz Kuszczak understood to be top of his list of targets.
Town Targeting KuszczakWed 18th Apr 2012 11:44 Manchester United’s Tomasz Kuszczak is the man Paul Jewell is hoping to bring in as Town’s new number one for next season. The 30-year-old Pole is out of contract in the summer and is set to leave Old Trafford.
Lee-Barrett Happy With PerformancesFri 06th Apr 2012 10:56 Arran Lee-Barrett may have been in and out of the Ipswich first team this season â€“ but overall the goalkeeper is satisfied with how the season has gone.
Jewell Wants Permanent Number OneThu 05th Apr 2012 09:24 Town boss Paul Jewell has confirmed that heâ€™ll be looking to secure a new keeper on a permanent basis in the summer. This season four different players have worn the gloves with David Stockdale and Alex McCarthy having had loan spells cut short when they were recalled early by parent clubs Fulham and Reading.
Wright Hoping for First Team ReturnTue 03rd Apr 2012 19:55 Keeper Richard Wright insists heâ€™s still able to perform at Championship level. The 34-year-old was back on the bench for Saturdayâ€™s 1-0 victory over Barnsley as deputy to Arran Lee-Barrett after Alex McCarthy's recall by Reading.
Daryl Murphy’s fourth goal of his second loan spell with the Blues was enough to see Town to a 1-0 victory over Barnsley at Portman Road. The Irishman struck soon after half-time with the on-loan Celtic man and Lee Martin subsequently having good chances to add to the Blues’ lead, while Jay Emmanuel-Thomas struck the bar.
Delaney: McCarthy Will Be MissedFri 30th Mar 2012 17:17 Ipswich defender Damien Delaney believes the recall by Reading of on-loan goalkeeper Alex McCarthy could not have come at a worse time.
Jewell Yet to Decide on Team for BarnsleyFri 30th Mar 2012 13:49 Town boss Paul Jewell says heâ€™s yet to decide on his team for Saturdayâ€™s home game against Barnsley, although he expects to make one or two changes with some of his players tired as they go into their eighth game of the month.