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https://plus.google.com/116556899068832075613 Ipswich Town FC : Town boss Mick McCarthy speaks to the press ahead of the weekend clash with +Norwich City TV #itfc
Town boss Mick McCarthy speaks to the press ahead of the weekend clash with +Norwich City TV #itfc 
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https://plus.google.com/112161602923490065170 Ipswich Town & Waterfront : BREAKING NEWS | Town sign Chris Wood on loan from Leicester Mick McCarthy has added to his striking...
BREAKING NEWS | Town sign Chris Wood on loan from Leicester

Mick McCarthy has added to his striking options ahead of the weekend derby against Norwich, with Chris Wood checking in on loan from Premier League side Leicester City.

Full story on the official Club website.
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https://plus.google.com/116556899068832075613 Ipswich Town FC : BREAKING NEWS | Town sign Chris Wood on loan from Leicester Mick McCarthy has added to his striking...
BREAKING NEWS | Town sign Chris Wood on loan from Leicester

Mick McCarthy has added to his striking options ahead of the weekend derby against Norwich, with Chris Wood checking in on loan from Premier League side Leicester City.

Full story on the official Club website.
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https://plus.google.com/116570412800266757799 Burnden Aces : On this day, in 2010, Bolton moved out of the Premier League relegation zone after beating fellow strugglers...
On this day, in 2010, Bolton moved out of the Premier League relegation zone after beating fellow strugglers Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 at the Reebok Stadium.

With just two wins from his first 11 games as Wanderers manager, Owen Coyle's side leapfrogged their rivals as Zat Knight's 45th minute tap-in settled a close affair between the two teams.

Bolton would end the season in 14th position, one place and one point above Mick McCarthy's Wolves. Burnley, Hull City and Portsmouth were relegated to the Championship.
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https://plus.google.com/113467380183132321852 Hoganstand.com : 'John Kerins and Mick McCarthy Memorial Stand at Páirc Uí Chaoimh' http://ow.ly/2Vcs4Z
'John Kerins and Mick McCarthy Memorial Stand at Páirc Uí Chaoimh' http://ow.ly/2Vcs4Z

'John Kerins and Mick McCarthy Memorial Stand at Páirc Uí Chaoimh' - Hoganstand.com

A social media campaign has started aimed at persuading Cork County Board to name one of the stands in the redeveloped Pairc Ui Chaoimh in memory of the late John Kerins and Mick McCarthy.
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Comment: Will Wolves come to regret 'nightmare November'? Nightmare November, autumn of discontent,...
Comment: Will Wolves come to regret 'nightmare November'?

Nightmare November, autumn of discontent, curse of the 11th month. Call it what you will – November was a month to forget for Wolves as Kenny Jackett’s men slumped to four defeats and a scoreless home draw. Only now are the catastrophic consequences of that dreadful run hitting home as Wolves continue to win, but fail to break into the top six. The damage done comes sharply into focus when you consider Wolves would actually be third and just three points behind leaders Derby County and Watford if November never existed. So, for just a moment, let your imagination run wild. Take yourself back to a time when Wolves were joint-top, after the comeback win at Leeds United, and indulge in a spot of history rewriting. Pick up your Sky remote (other broadcasting brands are available) and delete November’s fixtures from your fictional planner. Remove the 0-0 draw against Blues on November 1, erase the 2-1 defeat at Ipswich Town three days later and do away with the televised 5-0 thumping at Derby. Banish the 3-0 loss to Nottingham Forest, when Jackett’s old pal Stuart Pearce was still at the helm, and eradicate the 4-0 battering by Brentford. You’re left with a clearer planner and a far healthier Championship league table, from a Wolves perspective at least. On 56 points, Derby would share the summit with Watford, whose November was nearly as dreadful as Wolves’ hence their rise up the ladder. Kenny Jackett’s side would be just three points adrift of Derby rather than the insurmountable 11 that actually exist. The Rams would take top spot from the Hornets by virtue of goal difference. Such selective time-travelling would be well received by Norwich City fans, even if you withdrew their October 31 win against Bolton – on the first weekend of November matches. Norwich only mustered one point in the actual month of November on a run nearly as crippling as Wolves’. The Canaries would fly from nonfictional fifth to third on 55 points, but with an impressive +31 goal difference. Middlesbrough, second place in the real table, would suddenly find themselves one point behind Norwich and level with Wolves in joint fourth. Ipswich Town, led by former Wolves boss Mick McCarthy, would sink from third to seventh on 47 points having sailed through November unbeaten. Wolves fans, I’m sure, wouldn’t mind a fall from grace for the Irishman if it meant their team overhauled their old boss who left under the cloud of a 5-1 home defeat to bitter rivals West Brom. Bournemouth, who visit Forest tonight, would drop from fourth to sixth on 50 points – losing out on two wins and three draws. But the biggest losers in this retrospective rearrangement would be Brentford. They registered five straight wins in November and added nine to their goal difference column. The Bees would occupy Wolves’ current position of eighth on 43 points. For Brentford, the gap to the play-off positions would be seven points – a scenario that, in the real world, Wolves fans are frustratingly used to. Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Kenny Jackett confident Wolves ace Bakary Sako is focused after transfer talk Kenny Jackett believes...
Kenny Jackett confident Wolves ace Bakary Sako is focused after transfer talk

Kenny Jackett believes Bakary Sako’s star turn last night will help to keep him focused on firing Wolves into the Premier League. Sako scored two goals in five frantic first-half minutes as Wolves beat Fulham 3-0 to secure a second win in three days. He also delivered the corner that skipper Danny Batth dispatched to give Wolves the lead. Out of contract in the summer, Sako was the subject of bids from two Premier League clubs during the January transfer window – one from arch rivals West Brom. Queens Park Rangers and a foreign club also expressed an interest while Wolves’ joint top scorer was away with Mali at the African Cup of Nations. VIEW GALLERY Sako’s agent declared the 26-year-old winger would only move to a team in the top half of the Premier League – effectively dismissing the bids tabled. There’s no doubt Sako’s head had been turned. But the Wolves boss is confident his prized asset has put the speculation behind him and is concentrating solely on the crucial Championship run-in. Bakary Sako celebrates putting Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-0 up against Fulham “We have done really well to keep him as long as we have,” said Jackett. “Sako is very relaxed about the situation and doesn’t want to talk about his future at the moment. “With the end of the season being so close – you’re probably looking at 10-and-a-half weeks of the regular season left – he is happy to focus on Wolves and do everything he can to get us one of those promotion places. “I’ve been delighted with his attitude. “He’s always been an important player for us and a real favourite with the crowd and the other players.” The Fulham win failed to make in-roads on the gap to the play-off places with all six of the sides above them who played last night claiming vital victories. Bakary Sako celebrates putting Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-0 up against Fulham It means Wolves are still five points off the top six and eighth with 13 games left. Former Wolves boss Mick McCarthy says his old club have too much ground to make up to challenge for the title with leaders Derby County 11 apoints better off. Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : REPLAY: Ipswich v Birmingham City: As it happened with Brian Dick A rather dramatic game against Brighton...
REPLAY: Ipswich v Birmingham City: As it happened with Brian Dick

A rather dramatic game against Brighton saw Blues lose out in a 7-goal-thriller. They will be hoping for less drama and a more positive result when they face Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich side away from home. It’s another tough ask for Blues, Big Mick’s teams are set up and well and know how to put in a shift. As ever we will have Brian Dick live in the press box to bring you all the big match analysis, commentary and build-up. Follow the action on your computer, tablet or mobile as the action unfolds. 6:53 pm Brian Dick Good evening from Portman Road, which until a few seconds ago was encased in darkness. Then someone flicked the switch and there was light, music anything you’d want for a Championship match. 6:54 pm Brian Dick The Birmingham City team news is just in and Gary Rowett has been true to his word and made several changes to his starting line-up. 6:55 pm Brian Dick The Blues boss has picked: Randolph; Caddis, Spector, Robinson, Grounds; Cotterill, Gleeson, Davis, Novak; Donaldson, Thomas. Subs: Doyle, Kiernan, Reilly, Zigic, Shinnie, Gray, Dyer 6:59 pm Brian Dick Which looks a lot like a 4-4-2, the formation in which Birmingham finished the Brighton match so strongly. David Cotterill is back on the right wing, David Davis returns from injury in centre midfield, Lee Novak comes in on the left after an outstanding cameo on Saturday and Wes Thomas is given a first league start under Rowett. 7:09 pm Brian Dick The Ipswich team is in too: Bialkowski; Chambers, Smith, Berra, Parr; Anderson, Skuse, Bru, Mings; Murphy, Sears. Subs: Gerken, Chaplow, Varney, Tabb, Connolly, Bishop, Clarke – probably a 4-4-2 if the last 15 years of Mick McCarthy’s team selection is any sort of guide. 7:18 pm Brian Dick Blues’ record against Ipswich is, er, less than impressive. They haven’t won at Portman Road in six years and haven’t deflated the Tractor Boys’ tyres in six attempts. 7:24 pm Brian Dick Team sheet for #bcfc at #itfc pic.twitter.com/kcKDu5SzXF — Brian Dick (@briandick) February 24, 2015 7:27 pm Brian Dick Interesting tactical move from Rowett because when I asked him yesterday about the success of 4-4-2 at Brighton he was very coy and said "I think you have to look at the opposition and see whether you think that’s appropriate. I don’t think we are suddenly going to go 4-4-2 every game because we finished and did OK with it [at Brighton]." 7:28 pm Brian Dick But he has rewarded Novak and Thomas for making impacts off the bench at the Amex. Demarai Gray and Andy Shinnie give way and to be honest neither has imposed himself in recent matches. I think Rowett has decided that if you keep doing the same thing you’ll probably get the same results. It’s certainly worth a try. 7:35 pm Brian Dick Just under 15 minutes to go until kick-off here, Blues are looking for their first win in eight matches, Ipswich have only won at home once in their last five. The right result for Mick Mac’s men could put them right back in contention for automatic promotion. A Blues victory would put them on 42 points and well on course for a relaxed end to the campaign. 7:37 pm Brian Dick At the corresponding stage last season Birmingham were only one place and three points worse off. But you’d have to say they are on a far more even keel this time. 7:43 pm Brian Dick The teams are coming out to Carmina Burana, very grandiose – let’s hope it’s an Orff-ful night for the hosts. Ahem. No more classic music gags I promise. 7:44 pm Brian Dick Blues are in their white top and orangey/red shorts as Paul Robinson and Luke Chambers flip the coin. 7:45 pm Brian Dick Very nice of the home PA to play Singin the Blues. And we’re off. 7:46 pm Brian Dick Wes Thomas has dropped just behind Donaldson when Ipswich have the ball with a very narrow four strung across midfield. 7:48 pm Brian Dick First shot of the night comes from Jonathan Parr who picks his way through midfield, past Robinson, and skims a low one from the edge of the area right at Darren Randolph. 7:50 pm Brian Dick Novak’s started on the right wing, with Cotterill on the left but I’m sure they’ll swap several times. First Blues attack sees Caddis on the overlap but his cross is hooked clear. 7:53 pm Brian Dick 7:56 pm Brian Dick 7:59 pm Brian Dick Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
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https://plus.google.com/116556899068832075613 Ipswich Town FC : VIDEO | Mick McCarthy post-Birmingham (H) #itfc
VIDEO | Mick McCarthy post-Birmingham (H) #itfc 
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Town boss Mick McCarthy speaks to Ipswich Player after seeing his side defeat Birmingham 4-2 at Portman Road, thanks to goals from Freddie Sears (two), Tyrone Mings and Kevin Bru. Full interview with Mick can be viewed on Ipswich Player now.
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https://plus.google.com/109101319790427738010 Soccer news from Sports Mole : Mick McCarthy makes two changes out wide to his Ipswich Town team as they go for victory over Birmingham...
Mick McCarthy makes two changes out wide to his Ipswich Town team as they go for victory over Birmingham City which will take them up to third for 24 hours at least. #IpswichTown #BirminghamCity #Football
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Mick McCarthy makes two changes out wide to his Ipswich Town team as they go for victory over Birmingham City which will take them up to third for 24 hours at least.
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https://plus.google.com/112417516022028351885 Football news from Sports Mole : Mick McCarthy makes two changes out wide to his Ipswich Town team as they go for victory over Birmingham...
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Team News: Mick McCarthy changes Ipswich Town widemen for Birmingham City visit - Sports Mole
Mick McCarthy makes two changes out wide to his Ipswich Town team as they go for victory over Birmingham City which will take them up to third for 24 hours at least.
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Mick McCarthy makes two changes out wide to his Ipswich Town team as they go for victory over Birmingham City which will take them up to third for 24 hours at least.
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https://plus.google.com/110868475641444639162 Championship news from Sports Mole : Mick McCarthy makes two changes out wide to his Ipswich Town team as they go for victory over Birmingham...
Mick McCarthy makes two changes out wide to his Ipswich Town team as they go for victory over Birmingham City which will take them up to third for 24 hours at least. #IpswichTown #BirminghamCity #Football #Championship
Team News: Mick McCarthy changes Ipswich Town widemen for Birmingham City visit - Sports Mole
Mick McCarthy makes two changes out wide to his Ipswich Town team as they go for victory over Birmingham City which will take them up to third for 24 hours at least.
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Ipswich v Birmingham City: Live coverage with Brian Dick Refresh automatically On | Off A rather dramatic...
Ipswich v Birmingham City: Live coverage with Brian Dick

Refresh automatically On | Off A rather dramatic game against Brighton saw Blues lose out in a 7-goal-thriller. They will be hoping for less drama and a more positive result when they face Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich side away from home. Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
Ipswich v Birmingham City: Live coverage with Brian Dick

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https://plus.google.com/116556899068832075613 Ipswich Town FC : VIDEO | Mick McCarthy pre-Birmingham (H) #itfc
VIDEO | Mick McCarthy pre-Birmingham (H) #itfc
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Town boss Mick McCarthy speaks to Ipswich Player ahead of tomorrow night's clash with Birmingham at Portman Road and gives us the latest from the treatment table. Full interview with the boss can be viewed in our 'Kick Off' show on Ipswich Player from tomorrow morning.
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