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GAMEDAY – Norwich at home

Birmingham City take on Norwich City today looking to kill a run of eight straight league home games without a win stretching back to March. Norwich however come in on the high of a 6-1 thrashing of Coventry in the League Cup in midweek.

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Personalised Gifts

Bad Boys Bad Boys, Whatcha Gonna Do?

Gary Rowett confirmed today that young striker Jack Storer has added to his three match ban with an injury to his foot, caused by kicking the advertising hoardings in frustration after receiving a red card for “a collision” with Wolves’ Kortney Hause.

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Vaughan Moves On

Little over a month after officially signing on a Bosman free transfer, James Vaughan has left Birmingham City by mutual consent to join League One side Bury.

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Grounds for Replacement

Jonathan Grounds made his 100th appearance in a Blues shirt on Saturday against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Despite being much maligned since signing on a Bosman free contract from Oldham, the left-back has been one of the most consistent selections in the Blues team.

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EGMs and Selfies

It’s less than a week now before the Birmingham International Holdings EGM takes place in Hong Kong and the club can take another step forward in the most protracted takeover known to man.

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Save the Saviour?

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Paul Caddis completed 90 minutes today for Blues Development Squad as they won their PDL clash with Ipswich 3-2 at Playford Road. The full-back has only featured in the first team once this season, playing wide right in the 1-0 extra time loss to Oxford United in the EFL Cup.

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Wavering Faith

Birmingham City crashed to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of local rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers at St Andrew’s on Saturday. A first half opener from home debutant Che Adams was cancelled out by second half strikes from Joe Mason, Danny Batth and Jon Dadi Bodvarsson.

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GAMEDAY – Wolves at Home

Blues take on Wolves today hoping that they can get their first win at St Andrew’s this season. Having taken five points from three games Blues haven’t done too badly with their start but they face a Wolves side heavily infused with cash from new owners.

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Mediocrity and Boredom

A late goal denied Blues all three points on Tuesday as Gary Rowett’s men continued their unbeaten start to the league season. David Davis’ first half finish after Clayton Donaldson had his penalty save was cancelled out late on as one again Craig Davies scored past the team he supported as a youngster. With Blues on five points after three games, have people like me been overly harsh on the team?

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GAMEDAY – Wigan Away

Blues travel to Wigan Athletic this evening looking to build on Saturday’s success away at Leeds.

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