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A new era begun at Villa Park on Sunday, Harry Redknapp was appointed Birmingham City manager last nearly a week ago, after the resignation of Gianfranco Zola after Blues' 0-2 home defeat to the hands of Burton Albion. It was the second city Derby, a stunning time for Redknapp to take his bow as the new Blues boss. He...
With Barnsley’s game in hand looming, a win for Birmingham City against the Blades of Sheffield United would do them the world of good. Bolton were up against soon to be named champions Wolves, so their afternoon wasn’t to be a good one. Birmingham started the game brightly, it looked like both sides had nothing to lose at one point....
A frustrating game for both sides at Portman Road, which saw Ipswich town get relegated from the Championship and saw Blues feel that they have not gained 1 point, but dropped 2. Blues had a dream start. A Maxime Colin run gave the right back the opportunity to cross the ball at the first...
A championship derby for Blues against Wolverhampton Wanderers, who had been steadying the ship under newish manager Paul Lambert, was the date for late February. Blues had Craig Gardner and David Davis back in the mix after both being suspended but a tough away trip this was at the Molineux, where Gianfranco really had to put three points on...
Zola had his first win as Birmingham boss against Fulham last weekend but had a really tough game to follow that up with on Friday night. A trip up the M1 to face Carlos Carvahal’s Sheffield Wednesday side was an exciting prospect, but with a not so good record from his first eleven games, and the pressure was still...
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...
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The Blues started the new Championship season with a home game against the Canaries of Norwich. Birmingham after being put in a transfer embargo over the summer, Garry Monk’s side come into the opening game with one new signing in Danish Left back, Kristian Pedersen. Still in need of a goalkeeper, Monk continued to put his trust in Conal...
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...
It was a hostile environment for Birmingham City, Garry Monk and the 2,100 travelling away supporters who had made their way across the city to see Villa Park host the 127th Second-City Derby. In many Birmingham supporters' eyes, this was the most ready their team had been to face Villa in a long time. Surely, the away support would...
Middlesbrough away, a fixture looked forward to after a victory over the weekend, but with Garry Monk’s team in some good form it would take a very strong performance from a very under par Birmingham side to defeat them on their own patch. Blues started with pretty much the same side which beat Mark Warburton’s Forest on Saturday with...