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Blue Fever

It’s flue jab season, and there needs to be something I can take to make supporting the Blues easier.

I haven’t posted a great deal about the Blues since the end of last season. 929 more words


England fans should get behind Southgate...for now

Two sluggish 1 nil wins and England made it to the World Cup to a chorus of apathy and disapproval. In the media scrum that followed everyone had their say and sadly that meant a ‘speak your brains’ phone in on Five Live. 1,552 more words


'If Arsene Wenger had Harry Redknapp's tactical nous, Arsenal would win the league'

Arsenal would win the league if Arsene Wenger possessed the same tactical nous as Harry Redknapp, according to Paul Merson.

Redknapp’s last job was at Birmingham City where he was sacked after just 13 games in charge. 298 more words


Cesc Fabregas told Harry Redknapp 'your team plays like s***' after Arsenal stalemate

Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas has revealed he once laid into Harry Redknapp’s tactics and playing style during his Arsenal days.

The Spain international was frustrated after a 0-0 draw with Redknapp’s Portsmouth side in 2007, and was not shy of telling Redknapp what he thought about it to his face after the game. 292 more words


Birmingham City: Where do they go from here, following Redknapp sacking?

After their contentious decision to relieve Harry Redknapp of his managerial duties so early into the new campaign, what’s next for Birmingham City going forward? How do they arrest their slump and avoid another relegation battle like last term? 796 more words

Opinion Pieces

Trillion Trophy Asia are ruining The Blues

I’m not a Birmingham based Bluenose. Luckily enough I do not have to come into work today after losing 3-1 to a team that cannot win or score away from home and after my club has sacked a manager people were getting behind to be faced with a bunch of Villains getting abuse. 1,311 more words


3 managers who could take over at Chesterfield

Chesterfield parted company with manager Gary Caldwell after just 8 months in the role as manager. Having been unable to keep the Spireites in League One last season, Caldwell was given the task of building a team capable of an immediate return to English football’s third tier.  458 more words