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The first game of the new 2017-18 season, sights were set high with Harry Redknapp the man in charge after keeping the boys in royal blue up in the division last season. A few new signings in the team, promotion winning Brighton's former keeper David Stockdale, former Barnsley defender Marc Roberts and midfielder Cheick N'doye from Angers in France....
A night to forget in the minds of anybody associated with Birmingham City, a 5-0 loss at the hands of Brentford who Blues themselves took three players off in the summer transfer window. A shocking game in West London on Tuesday night for Blues but the side Steve Cotterill fielded you’d have thought was good enough to snatch a...
Blues travelled to Berkshire knowing a win would kick start the new year with a bang, especially after the win against Leeds on the 30th. Cotterill named an unchanged side to the one that beat Thomas Christiansen’s men 1-0. The Birmingham fans were singing Jaques Maghoma’s praises after his inspirational performance against Leeds, he was in the attack with...
Like most fans, I’m lost for words after that game. I’m unsure whether to be content with the point we snatched or frustrated that we didn’t take all three. Kieftenbeld sent off. Monk sent off. Multiple fights between the opposition. It’s all right here in my player ratings. GK: Lee Camp In my opinion Camp should’ve done better for Brentford’s equaliser,...
A nightmare day for Birmingham City and a result which will live in the history for a long time to come and not in a good way. Blues came to the KCOM knowing new boss, and not long appointed Steve Cotterill would be watching on and with it being caretaker manager Lee Carsley’s final game in temporary charge, he’d...
This was a game which meant a lot to both teams, for Leeds, a chance to go top of the league if Cardiff failed to beat Preston and for Blues; well it would have been a chance to properly kick start their season. Elland road is always a tough place to go to on a Tuesday night and the...
Another fixture in which if blues performed well, they could get something out of, but because of a mix of poor tactics and a rocked team, it was a walk in the park for the visitors Queens Park Rangers. Birmingham began the game on the back foot, they couldn’t get a proper grip on the ball and when they...
A well deserved victory for the Blues. Both teams came into the game in the bottom 3, needing a win to at least for Blues carry on the road to survival, whereas for the black cats, a win which would somewhat kick start theirs. Steve a Cotterill has finally earned the respect of the Blues faithful and it’s showed...
Horrific snowy conditions at St. Andrews for a game which was pretty much do or die for Birmingham City. The fans still made the effort to come and support their club and St. Andrews was practically a sell out; you must give the Hull fans credit as well for making the trip down the M1. It was a huge...
After a strong cup win in midweek, there was a need to continue the home record, facing a Bristol City side who have started the season well themselves. An unchanged side from which that began the season at Portman Road a week ago, with Jutkiewitz still injured, it was again the turn of Clayton Donaldson to lead the lineup...

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