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Zola: the questionable appointment that has divided Birmingham City

Birmingham City have never been a club renowned for frequently sacking their manager. The sacking of Lee Clark back in 2014 was the first manager we had sacked since I started following the club in the late 1990’s – all other managers in between this time had left of their own accord or had been snapped up by a more attractive club. 1,375 more words

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Preston North End

Preston North End vs Birmingham City, Skybet Championship, 14/02/17, Deepdale

Valentine’s Day, a day set aside to show your loved ones how much you love them, and a chance to shower them in gifts that they don’t need and won’t use, a corporate holiday where card manufacturers rub their hands together in glee. 2,720 more words

Football

Are Blues Really Attacking?

So, another game and another defeat for the beleaguered Zola, in search of signs the team can start winning regularly.

6 points from an available 33 in the league and only one win in all of Zola’s 13 games makes uncomfortable reading. 797 more words

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Owls vs Brummies

Tonight sees two play off contenders go head to head at Hillsborough. Sheffield Wednesday currently occupy the final play off spot but face a Birmingham City side keen to get back in the hunt for a play off spot. 200 more words

Predictions

Tilton Talk Show 06-02-17-BCFC Radio

Tonight on the Tilton Talk Show in a packed show, we look back at Saturdays game with Fulham and Zola getting his first win in charge. 70 more words

News & Views

31.01.2017... Birm v Reading...

Birmingham City 0 Reading 1

St. Andrew’s… January 31st… 7.45pm

Attendance: 16,672

Ticket: £15 – Programme: £3

A barely deserved win for Reading, on a damp evening at St. 121 more words

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Stick or Twist?

Oh to be a Blues Fan.

I have previously spoken of astonishment and disagreement with the whole Rowett sacking and Zola hiring (found here).  It’s fair to say I’m not a fan of the decision and I genuinely  cannot believe where we are now.   575 more words

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