A Strange Path to an Exciting Blues Future?

November 13, 2019 1

Premier League Ground. When will it see Premier League football? Guess what? We are part way through November, and Blues are mid-table. Depending on whether you are a glass half-full, or half-empty sort of person, that will be a little lower than expected or a little higher. I suspect, though, Read More

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View from the South – Birmingham City v Fulham

November 10, 2019 5

Winter is fast approaching and the mornings are cold and misty. Saturday morning dawned as one such and I was up just before the sun bathed the garden with its milky first light. One of the things I love about being a lark is that being up early, you get Read More

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View from the South – Birmingham City v Luton Town

October 27, 2019 4

It was going to be an epic day whatever happened with the World Cup semi-final, the mighty lads playing the Hatters and an old school reunion in the evening. I had been agonising about how to play things all week. I could have stayed and watched the semi at home Read More

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Leeds Match Aftermath / AccessiBlues

October 21, 2019 2

No one like to lose a match, and passions can be high when it happens. However what happened at Elland Road on Saturday by a small section of our fans was disgraceful. Sorry I need to make a correction there, these idiots aren’t “fans.” At no time EVER is causing Read More

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3 of the Championship’s Best Spanish Footballers

October 9, 2019 0

For Birmingham fans, there’s a different kind of “Pep” in town. While the Guardiola train plots its path to Premier League glory again in Manchester, (or may be not after this weekend!),  it’s Pep Clotet navigating the challenges of the Championship at St. Andrews. The pair form a group of Read More

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