A View from the South – Birmingham City v Millwall

December 1, 2019 4

Mrs Bazza had an early start this Saturday morning. She was taking part in a national flower arranging competition. It was only her second time at this level and the first where she was doing a piece solo. She was nervous but nevertheless apprehensive and I reflected that it was Read More

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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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Birmingham City Head to Rotherham With Confidence

April 21, 2019 1

After a disastrous March where Blues didn’t pick up a single point out of 5 games, with the added “bonus” of losing an extra 9 points – April has proved better. So far this month we are unbeaten with 3 draws and a win. Three of those opponents are going Read More

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Harlee Dean is Key to Blues Improvement

January 15, 2019 4

Several players have played a significant role in helping turn the club’s fortunes around this campaign but Harlee Dean is surely an early candidate for player of the season. The former Brentford defender struggled to adapt to life in the West Midlands after joining in August 2017 and was part Read More

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What Garry Monk Said About the Derby Loss and the Response

November 30, 2018 0

Reflecting on last week’s loss to villa, Boss Garry Monk has come out to the press saying that it was largely due to instability throughout the match, which they paid dearly for. Blues were in charge for most of the first half, having taken the lead through a Lukas Jutkiewicz shot Read More

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