Thursday, January 18, 2018

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Firstly, allow me to preface this by admitting that Davis isn't our best player. He's not the most skilful, the fastest, or the most tactically minded. His passes aren't precision perfect and his shots have been known to sail closer to the Tilton bar than the crossbar. That being said; what do I see when I look at David Davis?...
After a well-earned point for blues away at Bramall Lane, one element of the game that stood out to most, was the unexpected change to a 3 at the back formation, a system that Steve Cotterill is familiar with from his time at Bristol City. Apart from an attempt to match an inform Sheffield United side, it seems Cotterill...
The recent transfer spending spree was one of the busiest windows in recent history. Departed manager Harry Redknapp had cash to splash and went about it with all the frivolity of a rich Malibu beauty queen at the mall with her daddy's credit card. Harry brought in 14 new faces and skipped through Brentford's training ground like Veruca Salt...
Well, it looks like our one game winning streak has come screeching to a halt. Was the Forest game a fluke? Were Forest just off their game for a week? Did Cotterill make sure the boys in blue all had their Weetabix that morning? Who knows. What is certain though is that the team that beat Nottingham Forest only...
The two minutes that may well save our season - the failed transfer Kieftenbeld has been a solid fan favourite amongst the Blues faithful for some time now, courtesy of some spirited, gritty and energetic performance in midfield. However, during Redknapp’s short tenure, there was a period of uncertainty for the Dutchman, having once been one of the first...
After 17 games, Birmingham City languish towards the bottom of the Championship having only won 4 times this season, all at home. There have been highs – beating Cardiff, the league leaders – and there have been lows – losing to Hull 6-1, and a meagre collation of one point on the road leaves the team staring a relegation...
It seems there was a worrying disconnect between the Blues team and fans at Barnsley last Saturday. From what I saw on Davo's Diary, players received the 'You're not fit to wear the shirt' treatment, which I don't recall our fans singing since Fulham away in 2008. I don't agree with our fans singing that, but it also disappointed me...
The defeat on Saturday was yet another bitter pill to swallow for the travelling fans. Giving up their hard earnt money to watch the players not even turn up prompted them to let their feelings heard. “You're not fit to wear the shirt” rang from the terrace as the players trudged off down the nearby tunnel. You can't blame...
Blues find themselves staring at a potential relegation dog fight already and last night's defeat to Brentford didn't help the cause. No desire Cotterill's side are consistently inconsistent in terms of performances. Many Blues fans left St Andrew's on Sunday with a smile on their face. Just three days later, it's a different story. Albeit it was a derby and the...
A battered and bruised Birmingham City side and an inconsistent Villa team go into the second city derby on Sunday. And after a 2-0 defeat away in south Bermondsey, London against Millwall, Blues will be looking for a response after a performance that was not respectable at all and a result that none of us wanted after a win...

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