May 18 2013 Latest news:
Ipswich Town have renewed their interest in goalkeeper Lee Camp following his frustrating short-term spell at Norwich City.
IPSWICH Town target Alan Judge has agreed to sign for Blackburn Rovers, it has been reported.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy is due to sit down with owner Marcus Evans to discuss transfer and wage budgets over the coming days. STUART WATSON caught up with chief scout Dave Bowman to discuss the player recruitment plan.
IPSWICH Town owner Marcus Evans saw his proposal of a salary cap on clubs relegated from the Premier League scuppered at a Football League meeting in Walsall yesterday.
Ipswich Town’s pursuit of out-of-contract midfielder Jay Tabb has developed a hitch and that could open the door for Championship rivals Birmingham and Middlesbrough to swoop.
COLCHESTER United will entertain Ipswich Town in a pre-season friendly on Tuesday, July 23 (kick-off 7.45pm).
COLE Skuse has become Ipswich Town’s first summer signing, the midfielder set to join on a three-year deal when his contract at Bristol City expires at the end of next month.
Eleven successive campaigns in the Championship, the last four of which have ended with bottom-half finishes. To an outsider, life at Ipswich Town must look dull. In reality it’s been anything but. Chief Football Writer STUART WATSON reflects on another eventful campaign at Portman Road.
Ipswich Town could do worse than follow the prudent example of Blackpool if they were to be promoted to the Premier League at the end of next season.
Ipswich Town should consider introducing performance-related pay for players and put more sponsorship on their famous blue and white kit, according to a leading football finance expert.
WITH my track record, I was fearing the worst.
Mick McCarthy’s summer transfer wish-list is beginning to take shape with the Blues boss plotting a promotion push next season.
IT may have been a case of being in the right place at the wrong time for departing Ipswich Town defender, Jack Ainsley.
JOE WHIGHT has paid tribute to former Ipswich Town boss Paul Jewell and veterans such as Jimmy Bullard and Lee Bowyer for helping to develop his game.
RELEASED by Mick McCarthy, two Suffolk-born boys are determined to prove this summer that there is life after Ipswich Town.