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Teddy Sheringham - A Risk Worth Taking

Stevenage are set to unveil Teddy Sheringham as their new manager on Thursday afternoon, replacing Graham Westley who left last week after a 2nd spell at the club. 332 more words

Sky Bet League Two

Birmingham United! A 1987 Villa/Brum/Baggies Mash Up...

Here’s a sight… a combined West Brom, Aston Villa and Birmingham City team group in the city centre as featured in Football Today magazine in November 1987… 77 more words

American Will Packwood set to join MLS, with New England interested

In a bit of reporting on the Birmingham City official website, the club confirmed that 21-year-old defender Will Packwood has requested to have his contract terminated so he can join Major League Soccer and “possibly” sign on with New England. 194 more words

England

American defender Will Packwood released by Birmingham City, while Spector's extended

21-year-old American defender Will Packwood has thanked Birmingham City for eight years of loyalty after moving on from the club at the expiry of his contract. 350 more words

USMNT

Reading v Birmingham City: Match preview

FA Cup semi-finalists Reading take on Gary Rowett’s Birmingham City in tonight’s Skybet Championship clash.

Round-up

The Royals go into the game on the back of a cruel 2-1 defeat to Arsenal in last week’s FA Cup semi final. 301 more words

Blogging

Reading fans to patronise Federici after mistake

His howler on Saturday resulted in Arsenal winning 2-1 in the FA Cup semi final at Wembley.

The Royals face Birmingham City at home on Wednesday night, and supporters of the Berkshire club have been urged to “grab some Australia flags and bring them to the home game. 60 more words

Football

The end of the season is nigh

The end is looking nigh for Millwall after defeat at Blackburn last night. The deadly duo of Gestede and Rhodes banging another nail in the Lions’ coffin, only emphasizing how disappointing Rovers have been this season and I will be amazed if Gary Bowyer can keep his strike pair for another year in The Championship. 435 more words

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