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Walsall player 189. Kenneth Charles "Ken" Armstrong

Kenneth Charles “Ken” Armstrong (born 31 January 1959) is a former professional footballer who played as a centre half. Of Scottish parentage, Armstrong was born in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, while his father was working in the area. 109 more words


Walsall player 178. David Louis "Dave" Massart

David Louis “Dave” Massart (2 November 1919 – 1993) was an English professional footballer who scored 73 goals in 126 appearances in the Football League playing for Birmingham City, Walsall, Bury and Chesterfield. 391 more words


Birmingham City | January Update #2

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After gaining promotion to the Premier League. the battle to stay in this league was going to be a tough one. Had to invest during the summer transfers to make sure we were capable for the step up. 483 more words


Flower Market with my Art

After a long time of waiting,  my friend Al; finally got some of my art on his flower stand in #BirminghamCity. Lovely friend! Check out Als Flowers in the city and support!


First Football Away Trip

This Saturday me and my friends Chris & Steve continued the traditional attendance to watch our teams Leeds and Birmingham play each other. This time around it was slightly more special as both Oli and Luke (Chris and Steves sons) were attending their first ever away match to watch their team Birmingham play. 623 more words

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REPORT: Leeds 1-1 Birmingham

Even by Leeds United’s standards this week has been “eventful” The annual ritual sacrifice of the club captain went through with Warnock departing to the East Midlands to bolster Derby’s promotion challenge whilst Mr Redfearn was telling anybody who would listen that he needed an input of players with championship experience to bolster our relegation fight. 1,569 more words

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Walsall player 150. Richard "Ricky" Sbragia

Richard “Ricky” Sbragia (born 26 May 1956) is a Scottish former professional footballer and manager. As a coach, he spent time at Manchester United and Bolton, before joining Roy Keane’s backroom staff at Sunderland. 658 more words