Friday, December 14, 2018
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Back on the road again.... 72 hours have passed since fun in Fulham and this time 1186 blue noses were headed to Reading... A late change to the starting lineup from both sides was as exciting as it got first 10 minutes. Jutkiewicz making his first start since joining on loan from Burnley almost putting the away side ahead from Cotterill's...
Preston North End away, a really good opportunity for Gianfranco Zola and his team to step-up to the plate and get his second win in thirteen games. Another 4-3-3 set-up was the for formation Zola went with ahead of the tough visit to Deepdale Stadium, with three changes made.
A fixture blues haven’t lost in for 21 years, would that stay the same after 90 minutes at the Den between Millwall and Birmingham City? Steve Cotterill’s players were buzzing after their heroics last Friday night in the 1-0 victory over Cardiff City, who topped the table at the time. Millwall on the other hand had been steadily rising...
A must win for Blues if they are to begin a hopeful cup run, a few changes to the side that prior to kick off lost out to Ipswich Town 1-0, so the boys in royal blue will have wanted a big 90 minutes to bounce back. And it certainly seemed like that with striker Che Adams coming out...
Nothing less than three points for Blues was the message going into the game at Oakwell against Barnsley, who aren’t exactly playing well themselves. A few surprising changes to the Birmingham team made by Steve Cotterill which saw David Cotterill starting and Sam Gallagher getting a place in the starting lineup and David Davis been given the armband as...
Che Adams scored a hat-trick, but it wasn't enough to secure three points for the Blues, despite them being 2 nil up at half time. The visitors were punished by Adams in the 20th minute when a short back-pass from Villa loanee, Tommy Elphick, sent Che Adams through on goal. Adams calmly took the ball around the keeper and slotted...
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...
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...
A return to pride park for the Blues where they have, in recent years, got some decent results. Playing a side managed by former manager Gary Rowett - who organises his sides very well, you could imagine a quite solid County team. Lee Carsley on the other hand, who’s stepped in as caretaker whilst the Blues hierarchy find a...
Ellen White’s hat-trick inspires Birmingham City Ladies to their biggest win over Arsenal in Women’s Super League history. The England international’s three goals take her tally for the season to 13, four ahead of her nearest rivals. It was also Birmingham’s sixth consecutive game unbeaten, a run that started back in February. The Blues took the lead in the eleventh minute thanks...