Blackburn Rovers 3-0 Birmingham City

Posted on September 27, 2007 
Filed Under Matches

I think I’m in the majority of people who feel absolutely nothing regarding this result. I got it bang on in the match preview yesterday… although obviously I’m not happy about that! But with Blackburn putting out a good side and us making eleven changes, it was always going to be difficult.

A jumbled selection of match reports for your perusal (although why you’d bother is beyond me!)

Manager reactions:

All in all, a bit of a nothing night for Blues fans.

Still, on the plus side, Jason Lyons won the Second City Trophy at Perry Barr and I had a great time with the ‘Gravity Hammer’ on Halo!

But making eleven changes rarely works and Bruce commented on that in his post match notes. When you have a big squad, it’s always going to be difficult to keep people happy and this is exactly what Steve Bruce is finding out. Still, it’s ninety minutes under the belt for so many of the squad and hopefully they’ll benefit from that in the weeks to come.

So… no Savage to abuse, David Dunn is looking a player again and our reserves aren’t as good as we all hoped. Oh well. Shrug.

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