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We Know He Is Good! - 31/7/15

It certainly came as no surprise to me and every other Brentford supporter to learn from our new friends up at Glasgow Rangers that the partnership of Mark Warburton and David Weir has already made a massive impression in the first few weeks of their reign and that they have started to both revitalise and restore pride to what was a faltering club. 839 more words

Brentford FC

Season Preview - Part 1

With the Championship season set to kick off in four weeks, fans from every Championship club will be eager for their team to sign the best players possible, so they can compete in the second division. 347 more words

14.07.2015... Birmingham (h)...

Nuneaton Town 0 Birmingham City 3

James Parnell Stadium… Tuesday July 14th… 7.30pm

Attendance: 1,071

Ticket: £10 – Programme: £3

A relatively easy night’s work for Birmingham City in the rain at Liberty Way, both teams changing their entire eleven at half-time… 135 more words

Matches

Steven Caldwell Announces Retirement

Former Clarets Captain Steven Caldwell Retires

Former Bradford City player and Burnley Football Club Wembley-winning captain Steven Caldwell has announced his retirement from professional football at aged of thirty-four. 142 more words

Birmingham City preview

Key Player

Demarai Gray will be pivotal If ‘The Blues are going to replicate last season’s 10th place finish. The winger showed last season that he can turn a game on its head at the flick of a switch and this ability is vital to a team that in my opinion may be troubled by relegation threats. 229 more words

Football

The Curzon Building - Birmingham City University

I was really, really lucky to work from Birmingham City University’s new build yesterday. It hasn’t opened to staff, students and the public yet, so I was running around like an excited child looking at everything (making use of the quiet!) Some departments have already moved over and the final touches are underway, and it’s really really special. 90 more words

Birmingham

Crosby Named New Heed Boss

Vanarama National League side Gateshead, have named ex-Sunderland boss, Malcolm Crosby to succeed now Wrexham manager, Gary Mills.

Signing a one-year rolling contract with The Heed, he has been head of recruitment at Blackpool since November and is to be the successor of Gary Mills who left for Wrexham in April. 139 more words