Top Barnsley Stories
McCarthy: A Game We Have to Win
Town boss Mick McCarthy admits that Saturday’s home game against bottom-of-the-table Rotherham United is a match that the Blues have to win.
Published 5 hours ago on TWTD.co.uk
Arsenal watching teen winger Chapman as they look to strengthen youth ranks
The Gunners have been looking at the Boro starlet - on loan at Sheffield United - who dazzled in Europe last season
Published yesterday at 04:25 pm on The Mirror
McGoldrick Looking Forward to Linking Up With Best
Striker David McGoldrick is delighted to have returned to action after his latest injury setback and is looking forward to linking up with his old friend Leon Best in the Town attack.
Published last Tuesday at 06:30 pm on TWTD.co.uk
The Dutch Stars Who Made Ipswich Great
I thought as we all collectively wallow in our own self pity, it might be nice to remember some of the Dutch stars that once made Ipswich Town great!
Published last Tuesday at 05:10 pm on VitalFootball - Ipswich
Alfie Mawson ready to shine for Swansea after impressing against Watford
ALFIE MAWSON is ready to fill the void left by Ashley Williams’ departure after keeping a clean sheet on his Swansea debut.
Published last Monday at 12:20 am on Daily Express
No More ******* Bad Language - EFL
The Football League, or EFL for those with a rebrand nature, have called on fans across the country to say no to 'starry' language or no more...
Published last Sunday at 08:05 am on VitalFootball - Ipswich
Championship Round-Up: Newcastle ease past Ipswich, Aston Villa edge Fulham, Norwich upset
NEWCASTLE went three points clear at the top of the Championship after an emphatic win over Ipswich at St James’ Park.
Published last Sunday at 12:35 am on Daily Express
Newcastle Too Good For Tractor Boys
It was a game that few of us expected much from and in the end as expected, we were very well beaten.
Published last Saturday at 06:25 pm on VitalFootball - Ipswich
Newcastle United 3-0 Ipswich Town - Match Report
Ayoze Perez scored twice and Matt Ritchie once as Newcastle United comfortably beat Town 3-0 at St James’ Park. Perez put the home side in front in the opening minute and added the second on 73, before Ritchie netted the third five minutes later. The Blues went closest to scoring when former Magpie Leon Best hit the bar in the first half.
Published last Saturday at 05:10 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Swansea 0-0 Watford: Bradley earns first Swans point in stalemate
Bradley made numerous changes in his first home match in charge at the Liberty Stadium but could not crack a spirited Hornets side
Published last Saturday at 05:05 pm on The Mirror