TWTD understands midfielder Tristan Nydam has been ruled out for the rest of the season having undergone a minor ankle operation as he continues his recovery from the broken ankle and damaged ligaments he suffered in pre-season at Notts County.
Published Thursday at 05:46 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Eleven games of Town’s 2019/20 League One campaign remain with the Blues eighth in the table, so give the TWTD League Calculator a go to assess how the final few weeks of the season might pan out.
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In his weekly column on the Blues, MIKE BACON, admits it’s worrying times and there’s no getting away from it.
Published 37 minutes ago on Green Un
Young left back Tommy Smith has signed his first professional deal at Portman Road.
Published an hour ago on Green Un
Academy scholar Tommy Smith has signed his first professional deal with the club, a contract which runs to the summer of 2022 with the club having an option for a further season.
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In the first of a new series, Ross Halls sits down with former Town star Adam Tanner to talk about his life and times at Portman Road.
Published 5 hours ago on Green Un
Josh Earl has insisted the Ipswich Town squad still believe they can win promotion this season.
Published 7 hours ago on Green Un
Watch highlights of Ipswich Town Women’s 7-0 victory over Stevenage at the Goldstar Ground Felixstowe on Sunday.
Published 23 hours ago on TWTD.co.uk
Depressed is probably too strong a word to describe my feelings as an Ipswich fan right now, writes Karl Fuller. It is, after all, just a game – despite what the lengendary Bill Shankly once said.
Published yesterday at 05:11 pm on Green Un
There are still a few tickets available for this evening's ITFC On the Road event at Felixstowe & Walton United’s Goldstar Ground where Luke Garbutt and Emyr Huws and Tractor Girls Lucy Egan, Sophie Peskett and Eloise King will be the guests and Blues legend Mick Stockwell will host (doors open at 7pm).
Published yesterday at 05:06 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Ipswich Town will not appeal the red card shown to Kayden Jackson in Saturday’s loss to Oxford, meaning the striker will miss the Blues’ next three games.
Published yesterday at 02:06 pm on Green Un