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Darren Randolph

Full Name Darren Edward Randolph
DOB 12 May 1987
Place of Birth Bray, Republic of Ireland
Nationality Irish
Position Goalkeeper
Blues Playing Statistics
Total League Appearances 91
Total Appearances 92
League Goals 0
Total Goals 0
Birmingham City Debut against Watford, 03 August 2013
Birmingham City Debut goal against
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Twitter  @Rands587
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Latest articles about Darren Randolph

Randolph Rejects Deal

Birmingham City confirmed yesterday that goalkeeper Darren Randolph has rejected the offer of a new contract and is exercising his right to leave the club as per the Bosman ruling at the end of the season.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Players | 45 Comments »

Unsung Heroes and Inconsistency – Blackburn Reflections

Birmingham City played out a 2-2 draw with Blackburn Rovers last night as the season starts to wind down to a close. Goals from Jonathan Grounds and Demarai Gray cancelled out efforts from Matthew Kilgallon and Jordan Rhodes in the stalemate.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews | 41 Comments »

Player of the Season 2014/15

It’s the time of year again to consider which player has made the biggest contribution to Blues’ season and cast your vote for who you want to win the Often Partisan Player of the Season award.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Players | 45 Comments »

Which Keeper to Keep?

Birmingham City will be in the unique position this summer of having all five professionally contracted goalkeepers come to the end of their deals. Darren Randolph, Colin Doyle, Nick Townsend, Callum Preston and Connal Trueman are all out of contact come June 2015 and Gary Rowett will have to work out who stays and who goes.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Players | 49 Comments »

Positive on the Pitch…

The first match of Gary Rowett’s reign as Birmingham City manager yesterday ended as a goalless draw in what was seen as a much more positive performance following the 8-0 humiliation the week before. It was the first clean sheet for Blues since the home win against Brighton in the middle of August and the first away clean sheet since the 2-0 win over Charlton at the Valley in February.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Talking Points | 68 Comments »

Bournemouth Preview in Association with EZE Group

St Andrews sees its first match of the post-Lee Clark era today with the visit of Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth. With just one home win in 24, co-caretaker managers Malcolm Crosbie and Richard Beale will know the home fans are desperate for something to cheer about – particularly after last night’s win for Fulham dumped Blues into the drop zone.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Previews, The Championship | 150 Comments »

Blues to Provide Home Cheer? Bristol Rovers FA Cup Preview

Birmingham City finally get their FA Cup campaign underway with a third round home tie against Bristol Rovers with the prize being a fourth round home tie to Premier League side Swansea.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Previews | 63 Comments »

An Undeserved Point – Ipswich Reflections

Here are my reflections on the 1-1 draw with Ipswich Town at St Andrews yesterday.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews | 245 Comments »

Turning Over the Tractor Boys? Ipswich Preview

Ipswich Town are the next team to come to St Andrews on Saturday afternoon with both teams looking to pick up their second league win of the season.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Previews, The Championship | 65 Comments »

Off and Running

Birmingham City completed their first league victory of the new season by beating Gary Johnson’s Yeovil Town 1-0 at Huish Park on Saturday. The only goal came from former Blues target and Yeovil defender Dan Seaborne who put through his own net.

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Posted in Birmingham City, General Ramblings | 76 Comments »


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