The widow of Sir Bobby Robson was back at Ipswich Town today as fans and players gathered to honour her late husband.
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A footballer has offered to buy new shirts for a couple of supporters who had already brought strips with his old number on the back.
The East Anglian football derby between Ipswich Town and Norwich City has been re-scheduled on police advice.
It was due to be played at Portman Road, Ipswich on Saturday 23 August but has now been moved to noon on Sunday 24 August.
It's the first East Anglian derby since 2011 after Norwich City were relegated from Premier League.
The return fixture in Norwich in February will now kick off at 2pm instead of 3pm on 28 February for the same reason.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy has signed a new three-year deal with the club.
McCarthy, who took over at Portman Road, from Paul Jewell in 2012, penned the new deal which will keep him in Suffolk until 2017.
More details on the club website.
Ipswich Town will wrap up their pre-season programme with a trip to Leyton Orient on Saturday, August 2. Blues will kick-off against last season’s beaten League One Play-Off finalists at 3pm, at the Matchroom Stadium (better known as Brisbane Road).
- 12 July - Shelbourne (A) 3pm
- 16 July - West Ham (H) 7.45pm
- 23 July - Colchester (A) 7.30pm
- 26 July - Gillingham (A) 3pm
- 29 July - Southend (A) 7.45pm
- 2 August - Leyton Orient (A) 3pm
Former Ipswich Town goalkeeper Scott Loach has wasted no time in finding a new club after sealing a switch to newly-promoted Championship side Rotherham United.
The 26-year-old left Town by mutual consent earlier this afternoon.
Loach has signed a two-year deal in South Yorkshire.
Ipswich Town goalkeeper Scott Loach has left the club by mutual consent.
The former Watford man has hardly featured since joining in 2012.
Loach, who is a boyhood Ipswich fan, is now free to join another club.
“My time at the club is over but I just want to thank everyone for making me feel welcome here,” Loach told the club's official website.
“I’ve always had a great reception from the fans and I think the club is a credit to itself. The people at the club and the fans who support Ipswich all deserve a big future and I hope they get just that.”
Martin O'Neill has named his squad for the Republic of Ireland's end-of-season friendlies.
Among those getting a call were Ipswich Town's Daryl Murphy and Norwich City's Anthony Pilkington and Wes Hoolahan.
Former Town stars Damien Delaney and Jonathan Walters will also feature.
O'Neill said the games against Turkey, Italy, Costa Rica and Portugal would help him get to know his squad. "The matches will be about getting to know the players better and changing them around a little bit in terms of personnel in different matches."
Ipswich Town left-back Aaron Cresswell and Peterborough United striker Britt Assombalonga have been named in the PFA Championship and League One teams of the year respectively.
The duo were selected by their fellow professionals.
Former Tranmere Rovers man Cresswell has enjoyed a superb season for Town, who now know that they can't make the play-offs in The Championship following Saturday's narrow defeat to already promoted Burnley.
Meanwhile, Posh forward Assombalonga has hit over 30 goals since joining in a club record deal last summer from Championship side Watford.
Championship Team of the Year: Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester City), Kieran Trippier (Burnley), Jason Shackell (Burnley), Wes Morgan (Leicester City), Aaron Cresswell (Ipswich Town),
Andy Reid (Nottingham Forest), Danny Drinkwater (Leicester City), Will Hughes (Derby County),
Craig Bryson (Derby County) Danny Ings (Burnley), Ross McCormack (Leeds United)
League One Team of the Year: Carl Ikeme (Wolves), Sam Ricketts (Wolves), Danny Batth (Wolves), Harry Maguire (Sheffield United), Jake Bidwell (Brentford)
Bakary Sako (Wolves), Adam Forshaw (Brentford), Kevin McDonald (Wolves), Ben Pringle (Rotherham United),
Britt Assombalonga (Peterborough United), Callum Wilson (Coventry City)
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy insists his team must be ready to take advantage of buoyant Burnley - if they've relaxed after winning promotion to the Premier League.
The Blues have to win to take their chase for the Championship play-offs to the final weekend. Anything less and their hopes will end if Reading win on Saturday.
Burnley sealed their return to the top flight on Bank Holiday Monday by beating Wigan on Bank Holiday Monday, to go up with champions Leicester City.
"I guess I'm hoping that Burnley will have enjoyed themselves this week. They've took their eye off the ball slightly because you do if you get promoted", said McCarthy, speaking ahead of their trip to Turf Moor.
"It's hard to get back to that intensity that you had for 44 games. Some people may say 'That's bonkers. Why is it?' Because it is, let me just tell you. Because you've been as tight as a piano wire working at it, and then suddenly you relax.
"You've achieved what you've set out to achieve, its hard then to get back to that level. And I'm living in hope that it's the case for Burnley because if they're right bang at it, they're the second best team in the league, and we'll have a real tough afternoon."