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Rowett’s first home game overshadowed by fresh financial concerns (2014)

Birmingham City Football club have been dealt a fresh financial blow following the failed attempts of their Hong Kong based parent group to raise money through a bond issue. 200 more words

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John "Jack" Needham

Jack Needham was another football player with Wolverhampton Wanderers FC who also served during the First World War.

Jack was born in Nottinghamshire in 1887 and played for a number of local clubs before moving to Birmingham City F. 153 more words

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Birmingham beat Blackpool to notch back-to-back wins and edge closer to safety

Birmingham City secured back-to-back wins last night as they beat lowly Blackpool 1-0 at St Andrews in the Sky Bet Championship.

Andrew Shinnie’s solitary goal on 36 minutes was enough for The Blues to defeat Blackpool in Lee Clark’s first return to St Andrews after  206 more words

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Gary Rowett gets Blues firing

Birmingham City have scored 18 goals in the league since Gary Rowett took over in October, 60 per cent of their total league goals scored all season, it has emerged. 341 more words

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Birmingham win at Huddersfield as Rowett's impressive revival of the club continues

David Cotterill’s excellent second-half free-kick gave Birmingham City a narrow win at Huddersfield Town, ending The Terriers’ seven-game unbeaten run at home.

Birmingham have now made it five wins in their last seven matches as… 333 more words

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Caddis' late penalty seals back-to-back wins for Birmingham

Birmingham City extended their unbeaten run under new boss Gary Rowett to five games after Paul Caddis’ last-gasp penalty proved enough to beat Nottingham Forest at St Andrew’s. 829 more words

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Lee Clark sacked as Birmingham City boss

Birmingham City havc sacked manager Lee Clark and his assistant Steve Watson.

Blues, 21st in the Championship, have appointed first team coach Richard Beale and head of recruitment Malcolm Crosby as their caretaker managers. 341 more words

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