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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...
Last season Blues managed to draw seven games, ten games into the new season and we’ve already equalled that tally. Five home games, five draws, many games in which we have deserved much more from. It was a fantastic comeback for Monk’s men, an abysmal first half which saw the Tractor Boys leading 2-0, the incredibly hard-working Lucas Jutkiewicz...
Blues came out looking like a completely new team after yet another loss in midweek and they did not give Preston a sniff throughout the entire first half of this fixture. Jermaine Boga was a threat in the first half by putting balls into the box and creating runs through the back four of the visitors. Midfielder Jason Lowe...
Burton Albion were the bogey team of the Blues last season and they've clearly carried on that trend after tonight's defeat. The game started off well for the away side, they dug deep and pressed Burton but the home team were bouncing and in return, with some early chances, they also made it a good game. It was mainly...
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...
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...
A game where Blues needed a big result, no ifs or buts and a game fans sensed was do or die, as a loss could make blues fans see a possible reality of relegation. However, it wasn’t to be that way as right at the beginning of the game in the 5th minute Che Adams opened the scoring and...
Blues travelled to Lancashire to take on Bolton Wanderers in a game which both teams needed to clinch three points. Bolton themselves were in a fight to survive, Birmingham were on a bit of a run with back to back home wins against Hull City an Ipswich Town. Blues bought nearly 5,000 fans to the Macron Stadium, an incredible...
A strong performance from Blues earned them a vital point and boosted them closer to keeping their Championship status for another season. Although there were not many chances in the first 10 minutes, The Blades started with a purpose to slowly break down the Blues back line; not allowing Blues to get a foot...
The return of Gary Rowett and a sense that maybe Blues would be able to come up trumps in this matchup against the Rams from the East midlands. Zola selected the same formation which has been for the last few games; 3-5-1-1. Derby knew the job on hand, it was a game they had to win to have any...