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Steven Caldwell

Full Name  Steven Caldwell
DOB  12 September 1980
Place of Birth  Stirling, Scotland
Nationality  Scottish
Position  Centre Back
Blues Playing Statistics
Total League Appearances  77
Total Appearances  90
League Goals  1
Total Goals  2
Birmingham City Debut against  Derby County, 06 August 2011
Birmingham City Debut goal against  Barnet 14 August 2012
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Latest articles about Steven Caldwell

Keep, Sell or Release – Defenders

With the end of the season nearing and with so many players out of contract I thought it would be a good idea to go through the squad and analyse who I think we should keep, who we can get away with selling and who needs to be released. This is the second of five installments of that analysis.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Players | 23 Comments »

Wounded Rams in for the Slaughter? Derby Preview

Blues play their second home match in five days with Nigel Clough’s injury hit Derby County side visiting St Andrews today. Blues will be looking for revenge for the 3-2 defeat earlier this season at Pride Park whilst Clough will be looking for points to keep Derby out of the relegation scrap that is slowly forming.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Previews, The Championship | 43 Comments »

Blues to Bounce Back against Blackpool? Match Preview

Blues take on Blackpool at home tonight looking to bounce back from a heavy defeat at the weekend. Blackpool, who enquired about the availability of Lee Clark are still yet to win under new manager Paul Ince and are also looking over their shoulders nervously at the relegation mix.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Previews, The Championship | 22 Comments »

A Positive Performance Against The Posh – Peterborough Match Reflections

Here are my reflections on the match between Peterborough United and Birmingham City at London Road.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews, The Championship | 94 Comments »

Oblivion? – Leeds Match Reflections

Here are my reflections on the FA Cup 3rd Round Replay between Blues and Leeds United.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews, The Championship | 91 Comments »

Huff, Puff, But No Cutting Edge. Cardiff Reflections

Here are my reflections on the game between Blues and Cardiff City at St Andrews.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews, The Championship | 83 Comments »

New Kids in for the New Year? Cardiff Preview

The first game of 2013 for Birmingham City sees Blues welcome top-of-the-table side Cardiff City to St Andrews. Having tasted defeat on Saturday which dropped Blues to 20th in the table Lee Clark will be looking for a better performance from his side this time out.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Previews, The Championship | 10 Comments »

Cold, on Sky and at Home. Boro Preview

Blues face Tony Mowbray’s Middlesbrough for their third game in six days and their second in front of the Sky cameras. After a better performance against Blackpool in the second half saw Blues pick up a point the question is whether they can finally start winning at home starting tonight.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Previews, The Championship | 36 Comments »

Play From the Whistle: Blackpool Preview

Blues travel to Blackpool tonight in the wake of two successive 3-2 defeats looking to get something from Michael Appleton’s Tangerines. It makes the second game in a busy six-day spell and it will be interesting to see if and how Clark changes things.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Previews, The Championship | 40 Comments »

Only Playing When Behind: Derby Match Reflections

Here are my reflections on the Derby v Blues game. Please note that I watched this one on TV.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews, The Championship | 49 Comments »


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