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Arrest Made In Connection With Birmingham 'Theft'

Police in Hong Kong have made an arrest in connection with the accused theft of £2.5 million for the clubs funds. 

The 33-year-old man has been released pending further investigation and is suspected to be a former employee of The Blues. 186 more words

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3 English Clubs Chase Highly Rated RC Lens Defender

RC Lens defender Allan Jankowski has hinted that he’ll be switching France for England in this January transfer window after claiming that he has 5 clubs chasing after him. 719 more words

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Speed Dating in Birmingham

I’ve been in Birmingham today to interview people for jobs as scientists in the NHS. The interviews were held at St. Andrew’s stadium in Birmingham at the home of the mighty mediocre Birmingham City football club. 496 more words

Port Vale set to make move for Solihull Moors striker

Port Vale are set to make a move for prolific Solihull Moors striker Omar Bogle.

The striker has been in fine for form this season, and is the leading goalscorer in Conference North having scored 29 goals in 36 appearances. 68 more words

Walsall player 344. Philip Nigel "Phil" Hawker

Philip Nigel “Phil” Hawker (born 7 December 1962) is an English former footballer who played as a defender. He scored 11 goals in 213 appearances in the Football League playing for Birmingham City, Walsall and West Bromwich Albion. 110 more words

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Walsall player 342. Wallace Norman "Wally" Harris

Another of those early days- short blogs.

Wallace Norman “Wally” Harris (22 February 1900 – 7 September 1933) was an English professional footballer. Born in Birmingham, he played as an outside right for Birmingham and Walsall in the Football League during the 1920s. 32 more words

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Walsall player 337. Ian Robert Handysides

• Ian Robert Handysides (14 December 1962 – 17 August 1990) was an English footballer.
Handysides was born in Jarrow. He began his footballing career when he joined Birmingham City on leaving school in 1979. 213 more words

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