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|Full Name||Jake Mario Jervis|
|DOB||17 September 1991|
|Place of Birth||Wolverhampton, England|
|Total League Appearances||2|
|Birmingham City Debut against||Everton 23 January 2010|
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Latest articles about Jake Jervis
With news being thin on the ground during international week I thought it would be interesting to take a look at a player who has suffered somewhat having left Blues to take an opportunity abroad last January. That player is Jake Jervis.
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Birmingham City revealed yesterday that Neal Eardley will miss the remainder of the 2013/14 season after suffering injury to his medial cruciate and anterior cruciate ligaments. Eardley will require surgery on his knee to repair the damage and the resultant recovery period rules him out of the remainder of the campaign.
With most of Birmingham City’s transfer business being done early in the summer, the gossip pages have been relatively quiet with to the Blues. News of players going out has stopped since the sales of Nathan Redmond and Curtis Davies whilst a trickle of trialists continue to be showing what they can do at Wast Hills.
With just nine days of the transfer window left the stories are starting to come in thick and fast as the days count down.
We’re almost halfway through the January transfer window and as yet Birmingham City have yet to do any business either inwards or outwards. This hasn’t stopped the rumours from flowing and there does seem to be some more solid action that points to potential departures in the next week.
It’s been one week since the transfer window has opened and whilst there has been quite a lot of noise from some sources with respect to players leaving the club only David Lucas has done so as of the moment.
The third game of the busy festive period sees Lee Clark’s patched up Blues travel to Bolton to face Dougie Freedman’s Bolton Wanderers. Both sides are in the bottom half of the Championship and will be looking for three points to help pull themselves clear.
Blues will be looking to avenge the 5-0 thrashing at St Andrews when they travel to Oakwell today. Keith Hill’s Barnsley side have suffered of late as well and it could well be an interesting scrap as both teams fight to avoid being in the relegation mixer.
As the injury list at St Andrews grew further yesterday with Peter Lovenkrands picking up a calf strain in the warm-up, Birmingham City have acted to add more young talents to the first team squad.
I’ve been emailed a few bits and pieces that whilst not long enough for individual articles I think are important enough to share with you here.