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Premier League 2015-16 season preview: West Ham United

West Ham is a club that has survived plenty of turmoil to go along with some fireworks and some more unsettling moments. The departure of Sam Allardyce signals a new era, and with the Hammers ready to move into the Olympic Stadium next season, there is a buzz around the team. 495 more words

Barclays Premier League

Gameweek one review (Blues and Wolves)

  • Middlesbrough 2-0 Birmingham

Same old story: Even with a revamped squad (five starting, four benched) there was not much to shout about for Blues fans. No shots on target sums up the lack of attacking threat by Lee Clark’s side, as numerous times they played the ball back or sideways and not forward.  100 more words

WWFC

Darren Randolph: "We know the manager is under pressure"

Birmingham City goalkeeper Darren Randolph is eager to ease the pressure on Lee Clark further ahead of tonight’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Middlesbrough.

The Birmingham boss is under huge pressure with Birmingham City sitting just seven points above the relegation places in 18th. 179 more words

Sky Bet Championship

Starting to Believe? // Blackpool F.C. - November

It’s that time of the month again where we all sit down and look back at what may have been a terrible or utterly brilliant month for our respective clubs. 1,166 more words

Pitchside Reviews

Match Report - Huddersfield Town 1-3 Birmingham City

A toothless performance from Huddersfield Town allowed Birmingham City to earn their first win in six matches at windy and wet John Smith’s Stadium.

The win will ease the pressure on former Town boss Lee Clark as City have moved out from the bottom three of the Championship. 620 more words

Sky Bet Championship

Blues 1-1 Ipswich - Post Match

Chris Burke was the hero, as Blues picked up their first home point of the season, holding out for a draw in what was a difficult clash against Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich. 707 more words

Blues

Blues vs Hull preview

It’s the final match of pre-season, and Steve Bruce returns to St Andrews with freshly promoted Hull City. Given our difficulties in defensive discipline over the past couple of games and shortage in striking options, this will certainly be a tough test for the team. 453 more words

Blues