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A move to wind up Ipswich Town FC over an unpaid tax bill has been dismissed at the High Court in London.
At a brief hearing before Mr Registrar Clive Jones, Fiona Dewar, counsel for HM Revenue and Customs said that the club had now settled the debt that was the cause of the court moves and asked for the case to be dismissed.
Charles Sinclair counsel for the club, also asked for the case to be dismissed.
Afterwards Mr Sinclair refused to reveal the sum involved.
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Ipswich goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski has signed a new deal at Portman Road keeping him at the club for another 2 years.
The 28-year-old has been enjoying a run in Mick McCarthy's starting eleven, while regular number one Dean Gerken recovers from injury.
Bialkowski's made 45 appearances since joining Town in 2014.
“Obviously I’m very happy to have signed a new contract.My contract was up in the summer and I had a few calls about what I was going to do but I was only interested in staying at Ipswich and I’m looking forward to the future here.
I have been pleased with my performances since I returned to the team.
I have felt very confident and made some good saves but then that is my job really!”
Ipswich Town striker Brett Pitman says that he would have no reservations about celebrating if he scores against his former club Bristol City tomorrow (February 13).
The 28-year-old enjoyed a three-year spell at Ashton Gate, but admits his loyalties are now firmly with Ipswich.
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Ipswich Town have signed Fulham winger Ben Pringle on an initial month's loan.
There is an agreement for the 26-year-old to stay at Portman Road for the rest of the season if he impresses.
Pringle will help cover for the loss of Ryan Fraser who has been ruled out for the next two months.
He is available to make his debut at Bristol City tomorrow (February 13).
“When the opportunity came up to come here on loan, it was an easy decision.
I know Mick McCarthy’s stature in the game and what he has achieved and that was a big pulling power.
I knew there was interest in me from Ipswich last summer when I left Rotherham. I wasn’t offered a contract here or anything like that but I’m delighted to have the opportunity to join the club now.
Fulham are my parent club and it will depend on what they say but if things go well for me here and Ipswich are happy with me, I’d definitely be interested in getting something done here for the future.”
Bristol City v Ipswich Town, Sky Bet Championship, Saturday 13 February, 15:00
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy has confirmed that Fulham winger Ben Pringle is set to sign for the club on loan in the coming days.
The 26-year-old is expected to join on an initial month's loan and could make his debut against Bristol City this weekend.
Pringle will help cover for the loss of Ryan Fraser who has been ruled out for two months with a torn hamstring, while Cole Skuse will also be missing for the next six weeks with a foot injury.
Ipswich Town have cancelled the contract of striker James Alabi by mutual consent.
Alabi joined Town in the summer and has recently been on loan at Grimsby Town.
The 21-year-old is now free to find another club.
Ipswich Town have terminated the contract of Australian winger Tommy Oar.
Oar only joined in the summer, but has failed to settle in England.
The 24-year-old wants to move closer to his family in Australia, and although Town were keen to keep him, manager Mick McCarthy has reluctantly allowed him to leave.
"I’d like to thank Ipswich Town for their co-operation over ending my contract.
It’s a great club and the manager, staff and players made me feel very welcome but while I have enjoyed playing for Ipswich, I have found it difficult to settle into life in England.
I have been away from home for five or six years now. My family came over at Christmas and maybe I’ve got to a point where I want to be closer to home again.
It’s just one of those things where moving over here as not worked out as I had hoped but I’d like to wish the club, the manager, the staff and the players the best of luck over the rest of the season and I hope to be watching Ipswich in the Premier League next year.”