Three Standout Away Performances For Blues

April 4, 2019 0

It’s been an interesting season from a Birmingham City stand point, but the main question that will remain at the end of the season is what could have been. There have been highs, and undoubtedly lows; with the lowest of them coming in the form of a nine-point deduction which Read More

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The Blues Have the Blues Over EFL Sanctions

March 20, 2019 2

The club are now just waiting to see if the EFL decide to afflict us with a points deficit which could amount to as many as 12-points being deducted. The general acceptance is that a points deduction is inevitable. The points deduction follows the alleged breaking of the spending rules relating to Read More

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Reflections on Yesterday

March 11, 2019 2

Before I say what I want to say about yesterday, I’ve always tried to be balanced and honest when I have written my blogs. I appreciate that not everyone agrees but that’s fine, that’s the point of a blog – to facilitate discussion. Yesterday caused emotion to rise in both Read More

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View from the South- Birmingham City v Aston Villa

March 10, 2019 7

The alarm sounded just after six and it was up and out if I was to make the 07.19 train from Blackwater to Guildford to meet up with Will where we’d arranged to rendezvous. There was a light steady drizzle as I left the house on a deserted and quiet Read More

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Blues Win at Bristol City

February 27, 2019 1

A terrific result by the lads at Ashton Gate this evening with a 2-1 victory against high flying Bristol City. For once it wasn’t Che who scored, although he did come close. The goals were scored by Connor Mahoney and Michael Morrison. Diedhiou did score for Bristol but they couldn’t Read More

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