Monday, May 28, 2018
Birmingham City Ladies move up to fourth in the Women’s Super League with a 2-0 win away to Bristol City. Two goals from England international Ellen White sealed the victory for the Blues at the Stoke Gifford Stadium. White is now the new leading goal-scorer in WSL1 with nine goals in eight league games for the Blues. Birmingham started the better of...
Birmingham City Ladies produced one of their best performances of the season to beat Liverpool 4-0 at Damson Park. Goals from Rachel Williams, Paige Williams, Jess Carter and Ellen White gave the Blues their biggest win over the Merseyside team in seven years. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vvc5oSPenMY Birmingham began brightly with early warning shots from Hayley Ladd and Rachel Williams going wide of the mark. The...
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...
Garry Monk’s second game in charge, and after a tough first outing against Middlesbrough on Tuesday night he’d be wanting his Blues side to at least put up a fight vs a Cardiff team in superb form. Sam Gallagher was introduced back into the side leading the line with Lukas Jutkiewicz who keeps his place. Che Adams drops to...
A new dawn, a new day and the first match of the new Monk era. After a season full of shambolic football and continuous losses, Steve Cotterill was sacked and former Swansea, Leeds & Middlesbrough manager came in with his backroom staff including Pep Clotet and James Beattie. Middlesbrough, under the management of former West Brom boss Tony...
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...
A really poor result on Saturday at the hands of London club Millwall, who are floating mid table. Blues really needed to win the game after a second city derby loss to Aston Villa last weekend. Cotterill kept Colin and Jenkinson as the full backs with Grounds still out injured. The game began mixed, both teams went for it and...
The scoreline does not reflect Birmingham’s second half performance after complete terriers domination in the first. A full strength Huddersfield line up put out by David Wagner, and for Blues it was a changed side to the one that got a comfortable win away at Sheffield Wednesday with Gardner, Lowe, Brammall, Morrison, Adams and Jutkiewitz coming in. A tough...
A rare away win for Blues as their surge up the table and out of danger, as for Wednesday, well a bitter pill to swallow - Blues have now done the double over them after beating them by a goal to nil at home earlier in the season. Sam Gallagher was back in the side, Jota keeps his place...
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...

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