August 5 2015 Latest news:
‘To say I am disappointed with how it ended is an understatement’ – those are the words of Jonathan Douglas after he completed a free transfer switch from Brentford to Ipswich Town just four days before the two teams go head-to-head at Griffin Park in a season-opener.
Mick McCarthy revealed Ipswich Town were not convinced by new-boy Jonas Knudsen on their first viewing of the Danish international.
Football is back! Ipswich Town kick-off their promotion push at Brentford on Saturday, and you can talk about all things Town in the return of our web chat.
Ipswich Town’s players and fans will cover nearly 8,000 miles in pursuit of Championship glory in 2015/16, with only 12 of the 72 Football League clubs spending more time on the road.
Relive all the action from Ipswich Town’s 1-1 pre-season draw with FC Utrecht.
Leiston manager Richard Wilkins hopes new signing Billy Clark can return to his pre-injury form after handing the former Bury Town playmaker a one-year deal with the Ryman Premier League side.
Former St Joseph’s College pupil and ex-Colchester RFC youngster Cameron Ives has been snapped up by French Pro D2 side Beziers.
Ipswich ‘Sackers’ Witches have been dealt a big blow in their race for the Premier League play-off spots after Nico Covatti was ruled out with a broken index finger on his left hand.
Tens of talented youngsters have been learning new skills at the annual Ipswich Basketball Academy Summer Camp this week.
A parish council has declined to comment on claims it has evicted a cricket club from its home of more than 30 years.
Kane Vincent-Young is the latest in a long line of Colchester United teenagers, hoping to break into the U’s senior set-up.
Two machines built at the Ipswich factory of turf maintenance equipment company Ransomes Jacobsen have been delivered to the Rio Olympic Golf Course in Brazil.
Former Arsenal and Colchester United winger, Sanchez Watt, has signed for Indian Super League side Kerala Blasters.