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Brice Ntambwe

Full Name  Brice Ntambwe
DOB  29 April 1993
Place of Birth  Brussels, Belgium
Nationality  Belgian
Position  Midfielder
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Ntambwe Moves On

Midfielder Brice Ntambwe has moved to RAEC Mons of the Belgian top division from Birmingham City’s development squad.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Transfers | 14 Comments »

Convincing Win For Blues Reserves in Birmingham Senior Cup

Birmingham City ran out comfortable 4-1 winners over Midland Football Alliance side Continental Star in the Birmingham Senior Cup 2nd round on a cold night in Rushall. Goals from Emmit Delfouneso, Marcel Henry-Francis, Reece Hales and Josh Hawker sealed passage to the quarter-finals whilst Tony Green replied for the home side.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews | 3 Comments »

A New Deal for Diop?

Lee Clark will have to make the decision over the next few days about whether or not to extend the contract of former Fulham midfielder Papa Bouba Diop. The 34-year-old Senegalese midfielder signed a one month contract with Blues on October 19 and has yet to make an appearance for Blues although he has been an unused substitute.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Talking Points | 10 Comments »

Big Win For Young Blues – Professional Development League Report vs Huddersfield Town

A cold St Andrews saw Birmingham City’s development squad comprehensively beat Huddersfield Town in their first home fixture of the Premier Development League. Blues however had a man of the match performance from goalkeeper Nick Townsend to thank as he made several saves to keep the Terriers out in the second half before Akwasi Asante made it safe.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Professional Development League | 2 Comments »

Academy Update

It’s been a fruitful week and a half for the Blues Academy, with three wins recorded in the last few days over opposition in Slovenia and England.

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Posted in Birmingham City, News | 17 Comments »

Youth versus Experience

Once again it appears Blues are down to the bare bones of their squad again with injuries to central midfielders Guirane N’Daw, Keith Fahey and Jordon Mutch leaving Chris Hughton with the age-old selection headache of going with out-of-position experienced players or chancing it with a rookie. It’s something that gets talked a lot about on forums and I thought I’d jot down my thoughts on it.

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Posted in Birmingham City, General Ramblings, Talking Points | 7 Comments »

Ipswich Preview

Today sees Blues make the trip to Portman Road for their 58th fixture of the current campaign against Paul Jewell’s Ipswich Town. Blues need a win to further cement their place in the playoff spots whilst Ipswich are pretty much playing for pride, with neither promotion nor relegation within their reach.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Previews, The Championship | 8 Comments »

Reserves News

A young Birmingham City reserve side lost 2-0 up at Sunderland’s training ground this afternoon.

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Posted in Birmingham City, News | 2 Comments »

Loans, loans, loans…

Much has been made of the amount of games Blues have left to play this season (a minimum of seventeen), and the current thinness of the squad over the last few days. The sale of Beausejour seems a bit bizarre bearing in mind Blues were supposed to be okay on the money front and are now without a truly left-sided midfielder in the first team. Where do we go from here?

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Posted in Birmingham City, Talking Points, Transfers | 20 Comments »

A Bridge too far? The Chelsea FA Cup 5th Round Preview

Today sees Birmingham City take on the mighty Pensioners of Chelsea for the right to be in the draw for the quarter finals of the FA Cup. It’s a tough draw for Blues but last year proved that sometimes you can’t count on your reputation to win the game.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Previews | 9 Comments »


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