Town boss Mick McCarthy says Blues owner Marcus Evans remained as supportive as ever when he spoke to him on Wednesday, despite the embarrassing 1-0 FA Cup defeat at Lincoln City on Tuesday, and doesn’t get the feeling the club wants to sack him.
Published 3 hours ago on TWTD.co.uk
PHIL JONES has revealed his thoughts on Manchester United’s other defenders.
Published 8 hours ago on Daily Express
Newcastle United and the FA Cup have been unfamiliar bedfellows in recent years, but a hotchpotch team of youngsters, reserves and a smattering of regulars reached the fourth round of the competition for the first time in five seasons. It is unlikely to have roused the spirits of the owner Mike Ashley a great deal - he took in the first tie between these teams - but a crowd in excess of 34,000 was a reminder that the competition still resinates amongst the club’s supporters.
Published 22 hours ago on The Independent
Liverpool have set up a home tie with Wolves in the fourth round of the FA Cup following their win over Plymouth.
Published 23 hours ago on SkySports
Results from Town's official matchday lottery, drawn at half-time against Blackburn on 14/01/17
Published yesterday at 01:50 pm on Ipswich Town FC
Every season, the same storyline.
Published yesterday at 12:20 pm on Telegraph
Town MD Ian Milne has urged fans to “stay with” manager Mick McCarthy and his team, despite last night’s humiliating FA Cup exit at Lincoln City.
Published yesterday at 10:55 am on TWTD.co.uk
Boss has no arguments with result as lack of consistency bites again
Published yesterday at 11:45 pm on Ipswich Town FC
Town boss Mick McCarthy admitted he was embarrassed after the Blues were dumped out of the FA Cup by Vanarama National League Lincoln City after a 1-0 defeat at Sincil Bank. McCarthy also revealed that central defender Adam Webster is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines - perhaps the rest of the season - having suffered an ankle injury.
Published yesterday at 11:25 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Non-league Sutton and Lincoln overcame Wimbledon Ipswich at the death in just two Tuesday thrillers
Published yesterday at 11:20 pm on The Mirror
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|Jan 7||Queens Park Rangers||2 - 1||A|
|Jan 2||Newcastle United||1 - 0||H|
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|Feb 1||Leeds United||H|
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