Striker Paul Taylor
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Norwich City midfielder Nathan Redmond gives his reaction to England's big win over Lithuania in their latest UEFA Championship qualifier at Ipswich Town FC. The 19 year old was a late substitute at Portman Road as England strolled to a 5-0 win.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy has called for fans to show more patience towards managers.
The Tractor Boys travel to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday where home manager Dave Jones is under increasing pressure.
Ipswich Town striker David McGoldrick has been named as the Sky Bet Championship Player of the Month for September.
The 25-year-old beat off competition from former Norwich City duo Robert Green and Jason Shackell to land the accolade, as well as Reading midfielder Danny Guthrie.
Former Nottingham Forest forward McGoldrick hit four goals in a successful month, netting twice in games against Middlesbrough and Brighton and Hove Albion.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy told the club's official website that he was pleased with McGoldrick's contribution so far this term.
"We’re delighted to see Didzy (McGoldrick) pick up this award and it’s well deserved.
“He was excellent for us last season when he joined on loan but he has stepped up another level this year.”
However, there wasn't such good news for Peterborough United's Britt Assombalonga who missed out on the League 1 award to Leyton Orient forward David Mooney.
The Posh man continued his blistering start to the season by finding the back of the net in wins over Bristol City and MK Dons, but it wasn't enough for him to add to the Football League Young Player of the Month award received earlier in the season.
Two of our region's sports stars have been shortlisted for awards in recognition of their fine starts to the season.
Northampton Saints centre Luther Burrell is among three nominees for the Aviva Premiership Player of the Month award for September alongside Bath's George Ford and Saracens flanker Jacques Burger.
The nomination is the latest boost for the 25-year-old, who was involved in his first England tour this summer in Argentina.
Meanwhile, Ipswich Town's David McGoldrick has also been nominated for a monthly award for his fine September form in the Sky Bet Championship.
The former Nottingham Forest forward hit four goals during the month, bagging braces against Middlesbrough and Brighton and Hove Albion.
He'll have to see off two former Norwich City players to land the award, with Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Robert Green and Burnley's Jason Shackell also shortlisted, alongside Reading midfielder Danny Guthrie.
Finally, Essex cricketer Reece Topley will find out later tonight if he's been named as the PCA's Young Player of the Year at the Association's awards ceremony in London.
Peterborough United have re-signed striker Paul Taylor on loan from Ipswich Town.
The 25-year-old left London Road in 2012, signing for the Tractor Boys in a reported million pound plus deal.
However, Taylor missed a large chunk of his debut season in Suffolk thanks to a foot injury and Town boss Mick McCarthy has decided to allow the forward to leave on a temporary basis in a bid to step up his match fitness.
After an injury to Lee Tomlin, Posh have now swooped to bring back their former player on a loan deal that will run until 2 November.
Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson told the club's official website that he had his chairman, Darragh MacAnthony, to thank for making the deal happen.
"I had a conversation with the chairman on Wednesday afternoon. We were aware that Lee (Tomlin) had his scan in the evening and that we were getting the results on Thursday morning.
"He suggested Paul Taylor and I have to be honest, I didn't think of him because I didn't think we could do a deal. However, Ipswich have allowed him to come out and get games so I thank Mick McCarthy for making the deal happen.
"I was quite happy to go with what I had, but when it became clear we could get him, I couldn't turn that opportunity down. Paul is a very good player and that is why he got the move he did."
Football and Ipswich will be hoping to make it two home wins in a row when they take on Yeovil at Portman Road this evening.
Mick McCarthy's men produced a fine display on Saturday to beat Middlesbrough 3-1.
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Ipswich Town defender Tyrone Mings has signed a new contract to stay at the club until 2015.
The 20-year-old signed for the Tractor Boys from non-league Chippenham Town last December.
His current deal was due to expire at the end of the current campaign, but manager Mick McCarthy has now decided to keep the 6 ft 3 in defender at Portman Road for an additional year.
Mings told the club's official website that he was pleased to sort out his future.
“I was delighted to sign my first contract here but to know the manager has shown confidence in me and wants me to stay is a big bonus.
“It gives me some stability, knowing my future is sorted for the next few years but I can’t rest on my laurels."
Ipswich Town midfielder Luke Hyam has signed a new contract with the club.
The academy product has put pen to paper on a new deal that will see him stay in Suffolk until 2016.
Meanwhile, the Tractor Boys have further added to their squad with the capture of teenage winger, Jordan Adekunle.
The 17-year-old has been on trial with Town and was most recently with League One outfit, Crawley Town.
Mick McCarthy saved Ipswich Town from the drop last season, now the Blues boss is hoping to do battle at the right end of the table this season.
Ipswich Town's Jay Tabb previews the club's first game of the season on the club's YouTube channel.