With Lee Clark Gone, What Next?

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With Lee Clark Gone, What Next?

This weekend I was away visiting friends in Ukraine. Although I had wifi access for some of the time, I didn’t really pay attention to the news. I had saw that we had lost to another poor side. (Yeah I know, we aren’t exactly brilliant), but what I mean is if we want to at least
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Blues News

View from the South – Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers View from the South – Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers

My dear Aunty Ann turned 90 at the end of September and it was only right and proper that since I was making the trip to the city of my birth for the latest instalment of the saga that is the tale of all things blue, that I should detour slightly up to Four Oaks
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Blues News

View from the South – Charlton Athletic v Birmingham City View from the South – Charlton Athletic v Birmingham City

Early on Saturday morning I had gone off on the train to pick up my car which had been serviced the day before but had not been ready. It was dry and fine when I set off but it was tipping it down by the time I was on my way back. The rain was
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Blues News

View from the South – Millwall v Birmingham City View from the South – Millwall v Birmingham City

I did go to the game on Saturday against Fulham and would normally have produced a report but with family commitments on Sunday, the first day of my holiday on Monday and this game rolling round on Tuesday making it very old news I guess life got in the way. I caught the train from
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Blues News

View from the South Birmingham City v Sheffield Wednesday View from the South Birmingham City v Sheffield Wednesday

Apologies for the delay posting this, I have been busy. Kev I wasn’t originally going to go to this game being midweek and with work commitments it was going to be virtually impossible. Will called up and said he was going to drive up and could I join him. As fate would have it there
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Competition

Win a Signed Blues Shirt With CrowdScores Win a Signed Blues Shirt With CrowdScores

I was approached by Chris from “CrowdScores” app. They have teamed up with the club to give away a free signed shirt. HOWEVER you do need to download the free app. Read the blog, which Chris wrote originally on crowdscores.com, below for more details. It also has a link to the full explanation of how
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Blog News

Joys and Sorrows Blog is Back! Joys and Sorrows Blog is Back!

Firstly can I apologise for the lack of content for a while. I have been rather busy after being elected as a County Councillor. I
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General Football

Policing of Football Matches Policing of Football Matches

Recently, the Football Supporters’ Federation have stated that the attitude of some police forces to football fans is stuck twenty five years in the past. It says while many forces have a positive approach, some match commanders still use heavy handed tactics and treat all fans as potential hooligans. It says it wants officers who
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General Sport

Following Jack and the Team GB Boys to Wembley Following Jack and the Team GB Boys to Wembley

I’d like to start with a confession. I’ve never been interested in the Olympic football before and I don’t believe it has a place at the games. For me the Olympic Games is all about those sports where winning a gold medal is the pinnacle of the sport, not something that’s barely remembered. The fact
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Ladies

Women’s Champions League Semi-finals for Blues Ladies Women’s Champions League Semi-finals for Blues Ladies

Goals from Kirsty Linnett and Remi Allen put Blues Ladies into the Women’s Champions League semi-finals for the first time ever on Sunday. This gave the women a 3-0 aggregate victory over Arsenal after a 1-0 1st leg win. This is an absolutely FANTASTIC achievement, and the ladies should be really proud of themselves as
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Interviews

Dave Langan Speaks to Joys and Sorrows Dave Langan Speaks to Joys and Sorrows

Dave Langan has a new book out called Running Through Walls. I spoke to Dave a couple of months ago, and – after thinking I had lost the recording – found it! The timing seems about right though, as he has a book signing at Blues prior to the Ipswich game, more details at the
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