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Traveling From Heathrow Airport to University Of Birmingham?

Birmingham is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands of England, in the United Kingdom. Birmingham began life as a sixth- century Anglo-Saxon village. 310 more words

Walsall player 58. Donald John "Don" Dearson

Donald John “Don” Dearson (13 May 1914 – 24 December 1990) was a Welsh professional footballer who won three caps for his country and played for Birmingham City, Coventry City and Walsall. 256 more words

Morrison signs for Blues

The Club has announced that Michael Morrison will sign for Birmingham when his loan period expires on December 31st. Why this is sad news, it is hardly unsurprising, with Morrison publicly stating recently that he had no future at The Valley under Bob Peeters. 126 more words

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Walsall player 44. Desmond George Bremner

Desmond George Bremner (born 7 September 1952) is a Scottish former professional football midfielder. He made more than 600 league appearances for clubs in both Scotland and England, was a member of Aston Villa’s European Cup-winning team of 1982, and was capped for the Scotland national team. 239 more words

Youngsters Update: Under-18s search for win continues as Under-21s draw Leicester away in cup

As featured in the match day programme v Derby County (29th November 2014)

Under-18s

Our Under-18s suffered back-to-back defeats to Sheffield Wednesday and Birmingham City as their search for a win was extended. 154 more words

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Young American defender Will Packwood leaving Birmingham City on short-term loan

Young US defender Will Packwood has found playing time hard to come by under new Birmingham City boss Gary Rowett, and is leaving the Championship side on loan. 160 more words

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We Don't Let In Goals Anymore!!!!

More encouragement after yesterdays game at Rotherham mainly down to a very good all round performance but even more the fact that given our precarious position in the league table, a game that we simply couldn’t really afford to lose. 562 more words

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