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https://plus.google.com/110868475641444639162 Championship news from Sports Mole : Mick McCarthy insists that Ipswich's Championship playoff place is not yet secure despite their 2-1 ...
Mick McCarthy insists that Ipswich's Championship playoff place is not yet secure despite their 2-1 win over Nottingham Forest giving them a three-point cushion. #IpswichTown #Football #Championship
Mick McCarthy: "We still have some work to do" - Sports Mole
Mick McCarthy insists that Ipswich's Championship playoff place is not yet secure despite their 2-1 win over Nottingham Forest giving them a three-point cushion.
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https://plus.google.com/110868475641444639162 Championship news from Sports Mole : Mick McCarthy reserves praise for Daryl Murphy and Freddie Sears following Ipswich Town's 2-1 victory...
Mick McCarthy reserves praise for Daryl Murphy and Freddie Sears following Ipswich Town's 2-1 victory over Nottingham Forest. #IpswichTown #Football #Championship
Mick McCarthy pays tribute to Ipswich Town strikers - Sports Mole
Mick McCarthy reserves praise for Daryl Murphy and Freddie Sears following Ipswich Town's 2-1 victory over Nottingham Forest.
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https://plus.google.com/112417516022028351885 Football news from Sports Mole : Mick McCarthy reserves praise for Daryl Murphy and Freddie Sears following Ipswich Town's 2-1 victory...
Mick McCarthy reserves praise for Daryl Murphy and Freddie Sears following Ipswich Town's 2-1 victory over Nottingham Forest. #IpswichTown #Football
Mick McCarthy pays tribute to Ipswich Town strikers - Sports Mole
Mick McCarthy reserves praise for Daryl Murphy and Freddie Sears following Ipswich Town's 2-1 victory over Nottingham Forest.
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https://plus.google.com/116556899068832075613 Ipswich Town FC : YOUTUBE: Subscribe to our official channel for FREE to hear Mick McCarthy's views pre-Forest #itfc #...
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Town boss Mick McCarthy speaks to Ipswich Player ahead of the big Portman Road clash with Nottingham Forest, where a win could see the Blues clinch a Play-Off place. Full interview on Ipswich Player now.
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https://plus.google.com/115673810955088215761 ITFC Bible : Mick McCarthy's record as Ipswich manager against Nottingham Forest reads: W 1 D 4 L 1 #ITFC #NFFC...
Mick McCarthy's record as Ipswich manager against Nottingham Forest reads:

W 1 D 4 L 1

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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Benik Afobe: Wolves looking for a positive ending to the season – play-offs or not Benik Afobe has ...
Benik Afobe: Wolves looking for a positive ending to the season – play-offs or not

Benik Afobe has promised Wolves fans that whatever happens between now and the end of the season – the players want to end the campaign on a high-note. After the 1-1 draw with Ipswich at Molineux last Saturday , Wolves have to win their games and rely on a bit of luck elsewhere if they are to sneak into the play-off spots once again. The £2m striker believes that regardless of what happens the players will be looking for a strong finish. VIEW GALLERY Afobe stated: “We played well against Ipswich and the boys and the gaffer were happy with the performance. “But we couldn’t get that second goal and that was the disappointment as we knew we needed to win the game. “We went out with the right intentions and Ipswich didn’t really create anything apart from set pieces and we knew that would be the threat as they are really good in both boxes.” The dogged defending of Ipswich could see Mick McCarthy having the final say on the fortunes of his old club, but Afobe insists it shouldn’t be doom and gloom just yet. “We just need to keep fighting and carry on until at least the 2nd of May and do as well as we can. “Anyone can beat anyone in this league and we will need to rely on other teams and we need Derby, Brentford and Ipswich to drop points. Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy shakes hands with Wolves keeper Carl Ikeme “We’ve got to concentrate on ourselves now and we have big games against Wigan and Milllwall who are both fighting to avoid relegation. “As I said anyone can beat anyone in this league and these two will be thinking they can beat us. “We just need to work hard, everyone is fresh and ready and concentrated on doing the job over the next couple of weeks.” How will the Wolves players bounce back though after flirting with the top-six for so much of the season? Afobe believes the players will react in the right way: “There was disappointment but we just have to do what we can and get six points from the next two games. Michael Regan/Getty Images Wolves’ Benik Afobe shields the ball from Middlesbrough’s Tomas Kalas “Then we will have to see what happens because it is out of our hands. Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Wolves: Mick McCarthy is still a class act, and other things we learned from the draw with Ipswich ...
Wolves: Mick McCarthy is still a class act, and other things we learned from the draw with Ipswich

Wolves only picked up one point from Saturday’s frustrating draw against play-off rivals Ipswich at Molineux. It is a result which leaves their promotion hopes hanging by a thread. Here’s five things we learned. 1) Life’s a beach The reality is that come May 16 Wolves will more likely be off on their holidays than appearing in the play-off final at Wembley. Yes this crazy Championship campaign is still capable of some whiplash inflicting twists and turns, but this lull of one point from the last nine available has come at the worst time for Wolves. But then again… while there’s still hope. Wolves’ Nouha Dicko battles with Ipswich’s Tommy Smith and Christophe Berra 2) Wolves fans must widen their allegiances “It’s out of our hands and we’ll need to win our games and other people perhaps to lose,” admitted Kenny Jackett. Wolves must still keep their end of the bargain, winning at Wigan next weekend and beating Millwall at home on the final day of the season. Only maximum points will do. But with Ipswich facing Nottingham Forest (h) and Blackburn (a), Derby up against Millwall (a) and Reading (h) and Brentford taking on Reading (a) and Wigan (h), Wolves fans will be cheering on more than just the Molineux men over the next fortnight. Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy watches on against his old side Wolves at Molineux 3) Mick McCarthy is a class act We knew it already, but McCarthy confirmed again that he is one of football’s nice guys, even amidst the pressure of the promotion race. Asked if winning a point prove a point to his former employees, he replied: “I don’t think I’ve got any points to prove to anybody here. “I think I’m very much liked and respected by the Wolves fans. I love the club and the people here. So I don’t think I’ve got anything to prove and I always appreciate it when I get a nice warm welcome coming back. But I’ve got the point and I’m happy with it!” VIEW GALLERY 4) Nouha Dicko should change his name to You-a-kicko It really was a case of the good, the bad and the ugly where Dicko was concerned on Saturday. The good was some of the sublime skill (one Cruyff turn in the second half was particularly special), speed and strength the Mali international showcased. The bad was the headed chance he spurned at the start of the second half and the near miss from Kevin McDonald’s cross at the end. As for the ugly, that was some of the rough stuff Ipswich resorted to in an attempt to stop him, notably Jay Tabb’s lunge which left the striker needing treatment. Benik Afobe scores the equaliser for Wolves against Ipswich 5) Benik is in Bully-esque goalscoring form Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
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https://plus.google.com/101221936783756864263 Wolves Fancast : Why is Mick McCarthy hated by some #Wolves fans? David Evans takes a look at the evidence. #wwfc
Why is Mick McCarthy hated by some #Wolves fans? David Evans takes a look at the evidence.
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Saint or sinner? The Mick McCarthy tenure at Wolves - Wolves Fancast
As Mick McCarthy once again returned to Wolves to do battle in the playoff race, David Evans looks at whether any ill feelings from fans are justified.
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https://plus.google.com/107311088522205826131 Source : Manchester City v West Ham: Premier League – live!: * Latest updates as Manuel Pellegrini’s side take...
Manchester City v West Ham: Premier League – live!: * Latest updates as Manuel Pellegrini’s side take on West Ham * Email michael.butler@theguardian.com | Tweet @michaelbutler18 * Keep up with all today’s matches around Europe 2.39pm BST 51 min: Aguero is back on his feet and the Etihad breathes a collective sigh of relief. He’s moving gingerly, but looks as though he’s going to come back on. Stand down Dzeko. 2.38pm BST 50 min: Worrying signs here for City, Aguero is still down as City play on. It looks like they’re signalling for a stretcher. Dzeko is warming up on the sidelines. 2.38pm BST 49 min: So nearly another goal for City. Aguero plays a simple one-two with Touré on the edge, with Lampard dummying the return to completely deceive Collins. Aguero’s first touch is heavy, and Jenkinson is just able to get a toe on the ball to deflect it behind. Aguero goes down in a heap. It looks like he got a couple of studs in his ankle with Jenkinson’s follow through there. 2.35pm BST 47 min: Song feeds a ball down the right flank and Valencia stretches his legs. My word he is quick, isn’t he. But Mangala matches him stride for stride, easing the West Ham man off the ball with his strength. 2.33pm BST Peeeep! Here we go again. No changes made at the break. 2.28pm BST Philip Vernau has suggested Lee Dixon’s magnificent effort from 1991. Clip includes commentary from David Seaman, who signs off with “Nice one Dicko.” 2.21pm BST What is your favourite ever own goal? Do email michael.butler@theguardian.com or tweet me @michaelbutler18 if you have any thoughts. This one from Man City’s Jamie Pollock (back in 1998 against QPR) isn’t half bad. Touch of Gazza ‘96. 2.18pm BST City completely dominant here. “How did West Ham find 11 men that look like their first team? The lot playing out there must be a pub team at best,” quips Mark Judd. 2.17pm BST 45 min: One minute to be added here. The tempo has dropped considerably. 2.16pm BST 42 min: Fernando has been quietly impressive in the middle of the pitch. Aguero and Navas has been City’s outstanding performers this half, but the Brazilian enforcer has neatly mopped up loose balls and definitely got the better of Song and Kouyate. 2.14pm BST 40 min: Cole is looking knackered already. West Ham need a bit more pace up top. Everyone save the striker is behind the ball as the Hammers attempt to get through to half-time with no further damage. 2.11pm BST 38 min: City are running riot, and once again it’s Navas who is the chief threat. Song seems intent on giving the ball away in dangerous areas, and Aguero breaks this time passing left to Silva and then Kolarov. The full-back smashes a dangerous low cross through a crowd of bodies, but the ball breaks kindly to Reid, who hacks it clear. 2.09pm BST I was just about to praise West Ham for committing bodies into City’s box – they had five in there with the ball at Downing’s feet – but the English winger sells Noble short, and Toure pounces, sliding in and giving the ball to Aguero. West Ham are hideously exposed and it’s four City attackers against two West Ham defenders! Aguero skips past one, and feeds Navas who dribbles into the area, commits Jenkinson and squares back to Aguero, who finishes under Adrian. Aguero is now the Premier League’s top scorer, with 20 goals this season. Game over? LEADING #BPL GOALSCORERS: 20 - Aguero 19 - Costa 19 - Kane 17 - Austin 14 - Giroud 14 - Alexis 2.06pm BST A classic counter-attacking goal! 2.05pm BST 30 min: “While that Collins effort was nice, the goal of the season title was over on 18th October, the moment Vergini scorched a rocket from near the edge of the 18 yard box past Vito Mannone,” emails J.R. in Illinois. 2.01pm BST 28 min: Chance for Cole! Demichelis loses possession and Cole is through! His lack of pace takes him a little wide, as Demichelis chases him down, but Hart is out quickly off his line and saves well with his feet. Oooo, what an opportunity. Allardyce holds his head in his hands. 1.59pm BST 25 min: What a block from Collins! Fernando drops a lovely lofted pass to Navas, who crosses first time across the face of goal. Silva is loitering at the back post, but takes a touch, and Collins throws himself in front of the Spaniard and blocks his right-footed shot. That would surely have been a goal had Collins not got there. But why didn’t Silva head it first time? 1.56pm BST 23 min: West Ham have finally started to play. Cole holds the ball up well, and lays off to Downing, who crosses towards Valencia. It’s just too long for the Ecuadorian. But that’s better from the London team. 1.54pm BST 20 min: At least West Ham will have to play with a bit more verve now. They’ve been shocking in this first 20 minutes. Kouyate reads Navas’s square pass, and breaks forward, but Fernando shows a good turn of pace, and makes a slide tackle behind for a corner. Collins and Reid jog up from the back. However badly West Ham have played, they are a threat from set pieces. Noble delivers, but Collins can’t get any purchase on his effort at the back post. 15 - West Ham have scored a league-high 15 headed goals this season, 11 more than Manchester City have. Philosophies. 1.50pm BST Well that was coming, but perhaps not in the way that we expected. Adrian’s goal kick is well intercepted by Navas, who delivers an early cross towards Aguero at the back post. It’s a poor cross in truth, with Collins well positioned, but the Welshman fails to clear. slicing his kick. The ball loops over Adrian, who stands there helpless, clipping the underside of the bar, and bouncing just behind the line and into the roof of the net. What a howler/golazo! 1.48pm BST Own goal of the season?! 1.47pm BST 15 min: More defensive muck-aboutery on the edge of their own box which leads to Reid felling Lampard. It’s a very dangerous position, with Kolarov poised. He curls it over the wall and oooo, just wide of the post. It’s given as a corner, which it wasn’t, and Aguero blasts a subsequent efford over the bar. 1.45pm BST 12 min: This complacency is catching, with Song the latest to give the ball away. He’s made a poor start in general, the Cameroonian. Touré feeds Navas, who cuts back to Aguerooooo … but his shot is straight at Adrian. 1.42pm BST 10 min: Valencia has his pocket picked on the edge of West Ham’s box, and Silva lets fly from 25 yards. It’s well over. 1.41pm BST 8 min: West Ham already playing for the draw. They played with such ambition in their win over City earlier this season. Why is it so painfully lacking now? 1.39pm BST 6 min: It’s a bit of a scrappy start. Zabaleta goes in hard (and fair) on Song and his tackle sets up a counter-attack with Toure leading the charge, but Anthony Taylor decides Zabaleta’s challenge was too wild. A poor decision, he took the ball cleanly. 1.37pm BST 4 min: Chance for Silva! West Ham are slow in getting out to a quick corner. He squares the ball to Demichelis and ghosts into the area unmarked, before receiving a lofted pass back from the Argentinian. He’s in on goal, but he’s slow to take the ball down on his chest, and Creswell is able to clear. West Ham carved open. Ominous. 1.35pm BST 3 min: West Ham have already dropped very deep, Touré and Silva popping it about the middle of the pitch without any pressure. Zabaleta gets round Navas and drives to the byline, but it’s well blocked by Reid. Corner. 1.33pm BST 2 min: There are A LOT of empty seats at the Etihad. It’s a strange atmosphere, eerily quiet. 1.30pm BST Peeeep peeeep! And we’re off! 1.29pm BST The teams are out, West Ham in their changed purply strip. I have no idea why claret wouldn’t have sufficed. Yaya Touré captains City today with Kompany out injured. Touré looks quite up for it, actually. Let’s do this! 29y307d - The average age of Man City's starting XI today is the 2nd oldest they've named in the PL this season (29y345d vs Palace A). Hoary 1.26pm BST It’s Joseph Hart’s 28th birthday. Don’t mention the cake. HAPPY BIRTHDAY Will Joe Hart make another super save on the day he turns 28? Look back on some of his #BPL best... https://t.co/82vfFTe8oV 1.19pm BST 1.17pm BST Big Sam Allardyce has been talking to the cameras, and weirdly, the West Ham manager is grinning from ear to ear, like he knows something we don’t. Performances have been there, but our deficiencies to win a game, particularly in the last few minutes, has cost us dear. I felt that Carlton deserves to play down the middle. If he’s on good form, then he’ll cause problems for City’s defence. 12.57pm BST On this day in 1958, one of City's greatest-ever players Billy Meredith passes away. #mcfc pic.twitter.com/pCK7fmgCOW The Guardian did a nice little piece on Billy Meredith back in 2007, which you can read here. The pre-eminent player of his generation, Billy Meredith was described as the ‘finest right-winger living, an awkward customer to tackle, as slippery as an eel, with shooting powers extraordinary’. In a career spanning 31 years, he played 1,568 games and scored 470 goals. In 1904, he became the first Welshman to captain an FA Cup-winning side when his goal for Manchester City brought the Cup to Manchester for the first time. Nicknamed ‘Old Skin’ because of his long, wiry frame, Meredith would chew on a toothpick as he danced and dribbled down the wing. An expert penalty taker, in the days when goalkeepers were not prohibited from charging forward from their lines, he would lob the ball over them and into the net. 12.44pm BST Today’s teams … the headline news: stalwarts of the English game, Frank Lampard and Carlton Cole will grace us with their presence today. Man City: Hart, Zabaleta, Mangala, Demichelis, Kolarov, Lampard, Fernando, Jesus Navas, Toure, Silva, Aguero. Subs: Sagna, Nasri, Dzeko, Caballero, Fernandinho, Boyata, Pozo. 12.37pm BST The last time Manchester City lost three times in a row, way back in 2010, Shaun Wright-Phillips, Adam Johnson and Emmanuel Adabayor were leading the line, Wayne Bridge played at left back, and Patrick Vieira was still hobbling around the middle of the pitch. Their wasn’t much to be taken from the 3-1 defeat to Lech Poznan, except perhaps a celebration, but following a 3-0 home defeat by Arsenal and a shock 2-1 loss to Mick McCarthy’s Wolves, Roberto Mancini was increasingly coming under pressure in his first full season in charge. City stuck with the Italian, and they were rewarded with the FA Cup at the end of the 2010-11 season, their first trophy for 35 years. Manuel Pellegrini will almost certainly not be afforded the same patience should his side lose for the third straight time today. City have lost six of their last eight matches in all competitions and have slipped from title contenders to being in danger of not even qualifying for the Champions League. Continue reading... http://dlvr.it/9SSjW4 #SourceFootball #SourceApp
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https://plus.google.com/107037564749998364394 Ipswich Town Fan App : Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy hails qualities of 'horrible bunch' of players following 1-1 draw with former...
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Ipswich boss McCarthy hails qualities of 'horrible bunch' of players
Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy hailed the 'belligerent, stubborn and hard working' qualities of his 'horrible bunch' of players after a determined 1-1 draw at his former club Wolves.
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https://plus.google.com/110868475641444639162 Championship news from Sports Mole : Mick McCarthy says that he is pleased with a point after Ipswich Town draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers...
Mick McCarthy says that he is pleased with a point after Ipswich Town draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Championship. #IpswichTown #Football #Championship
Mick McCarthy praises "horrible" Ipswich Town team - Sports Mole
Mick McCarthy says that he is pleased with a point after Ipswich Town draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Championship.
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Wolves 1-1 Ipswich: Stalemate at Molineux dampens Wanderers' play-off ambitions: Benik Afobe's 31st goal of the season brought the hosts level after Richard Stearman's first-half own goal put Mick McCarthy's side ahead http://dlvr.it/9Rrvw7
Wolves 1-1 Ipswich: Stalemate at Molineux dampens Wanderers' play-off ambitions
Benik Afobe's 31st goal of the season brought the hosts level after Richard Stearman's first-half own goal put Mick McCarthy's side ahead
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https://plus.google.com/115673810955088215761 ITFC Bible : Mick McCarthy has recorded 2 wins from 2 vs Wolves since becoming Ipswich manager. 0-2 (a), 2012 - ...
Mick McCarthy has recorded 2 wins from 2 vs Wolves since becoming Ipswich manager.

0-2 (a), 2012 - (#WWFC relegated)
2-1 (h), 2014

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https://plus.google.com/110868475641444639162 Championship news from Sports Mole : Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy hails midfielder Cole Skuse following his goalscoring exploits against...
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy hails midfielder Cole Skuse following his goalscoring exploits against Cardiff City. #IpswichTown #CardiffCity #Football #Championship
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy heaps praise on Cole Skuse - Sports Mole
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy hails midfielder Cole Skuse following his goalscoring exploits against Cardiff City.
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Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy heaps praise on Cole Skuse http://dlvr.it/9P58Km #IpswichTown #CardiffCity #Football #SportsNews
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy heaps praise on Cole Skuse - Sports Mole
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy hails midfielder Cole Skuse following his goalscoring exploits against Cardiff City.
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Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy hails midfielder Cole Skuse following his goalscoring exploits against Cardiff City. #IpswichTown #CardiffCity #Football
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy heaps praise on Cole Skuse - Sports Mole
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy hails midfielder Cole Skuse following his goalscoring exploits against Cardiff City.
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