Boss Paul Lambert says the Blues, who face Shrewsbury at Montgomery Waters Meadow on Saturday, need to go on a run in the second half of the season if they’re to make the play-offs.
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First-team coach Matt Gill admits that new of Town’s takeover came as a surprise to him when it was announced on Wednesday but says it’s exciting and a massive thing for the club. Gill was asked to cover the post-match press conference by manager Paul Cook, who also skipped Friday’s pre-match meeting with the media.
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Town recorded their third 0-0 draw in four matches as the first game under their new ownership ended in a stalemate with the MK Dons at Portman Road. Sub Freddie Sears went closest for the Blues in the second half when he looped an effort wide with visiting keeper Andrew Fisher out of his goal.
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Town’s home game against the MK Dons remains 0-0 at half-time with both sides having come close to breaking the deadlock just before half-time.
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Flynn Downes returns to the Blues line-up as Town’s new era gets under way with a home game against the MK Dons with Armando Dobra and Aaron Drinan also coming into the team.
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Town boss Paul Cook is reported to be keen on a reunion with his former Wigan striker Will Grigg, who is currently on loan from Sunderland with Saturday’s opponents the MK Dons.
Published yesterday at 03:51 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Town’s new era gets under way on the field on Saturday afternoon when the Blues host the MK Dons at Portman Road.
Published yesterday at 02:21 pm on TWTD.co.uk
TWTD understands the Blues have parted company with young pros Harry Wright, Adam Przybek, Kai Brown and Zak Brown. All four had contracts which are up at the end of the season.
Published last Thursday at 01:21 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Boss Paul Cook admitted that while Town were never in much danger of losing their 0-0 draw at Rochdale, they similarly didn’t look like scoring the goals which would claim the three points.
Published last Monday at 06:26 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Boss Paul Cook goes toe-to-toe with his old assistant Leam Richardson when the Blues face his old club Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium on Saturday on what he admits will be a difficult day for him, returning to a club which remains special.
Published Friday at 09:41 am on TWTD.co.uk
Boss Paul Cook says he’s not taking the Blues’ next three opponents - his old club Wigan Athletic, who Town visit on Saturday, Bristol Rovers, who are at Portman Road on Good Friday and Rochdale, who host the Blues the following Monday - lightly despite the trio sitting in 22nd, 21st and 24th in League One respectively.
Published Wednesday at 11:26 am on TWTD.co.uk