‘Boro travel to St Andrew’s tomorrow to face an equal opponent – in terms of points tally – in Birmingham City. The only problems is they are on a run of FIVE straight defeats on the road – and last won away in August. 672 more words
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Jonathan Spector had to be considered a real longshot to come from behind to make a late dash for a World Cup spot. Still, given the instability of the United States at the position he primarily plays (right back), he probably was not completely out of the conversation. 130 more words
Cameron Jerome replaced Marouane Chamakh midway through the first-half of yesterday’s victory over Hull City, playing a pivotal role in Barry Bannan’s game-winning strike, but with Tony Pulis having agreed to join the club over the weekend, the former Stoke striker is likely to feel slightly apprehensive over his chances of holding on to a place in the starting eleven. 341 more words
Programme: Birmingham City vs West Brom
Most people my age have at the very least seen a clip of or heard about Yorkshire Televisions old show “Indoor League”, a show best described as “drab”, as people in brown drank pints of real ale, Fred Truman insinuated all people from the South were effeminate, and people played “real” games like bar billiards, shove ha’penny, or ladies darts. 62 more words
Thanks to vaccines developed by American scientists in the 1950s, Europe was finally declared polio-free by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in 2002.
However, it has recently been reported that a recent polio outbreak in Syria has put Europe once again at risk from polio, particularly those countries with low vaccination coverage such as Austria (83%) and Ukraine (74%). 901 more words
A toothless performance from Huddersfield Town allowed Birmingham City to earn their first win in six matches at windy and wet John Smith’s Stadium.
The win will ease the pressure on former Town boss Lee Clark as City have moved out from the bottom three of the Championship. 620 more words