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Will Packwood

Full Name  William James Packwood
DOB  21 May 1993
Place of Birth  Concord, USA
Nationality  American
Position  Defender
Blues Playing Statistics
Total League Appearances  18
Total Appearances  21
League Goals  0
Total Goals  0
Birmingham City Debut against  Barnet 14 August 2012
Birmingham City Debut goal against
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Latest articles about Will Packwood

Callum Reilly and Will Packwood leave on loan

Young pair Callum Reilly and Will Packwood have left Birmingham City loan to Burton Albion and Cheltenham Town respectively. Both are out on loan until the last game of the season with a recall clause in place once 28 days of their loan spell has elapsed.

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Cover for the sake of it

Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett has confirmed that the injury to Michael Morrison may not be as bad as first feared, and although the former Charlton vice-captain will not be able return immediately he should be back in action sooner rather than later.

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Posted in Birmingham City, General Ramblings | 33 Comments »

Defensive Cover

Birmingham City held Sheffield Wednesday to a goalless draw last night as they continued their fine run of league form. However, the point came at a price as defender Michael Morrison was withdrawn halfway through the first half with an ankle problem, leaving Blues short in the centre of defence.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Players, Talking Points | 62 Comments »

Making Changes?

Birmingham City take on Reading at St Andrews hoping to bounce back after a poor showing against Blackpool led to a 1-0 defeat – the first of Gary Rowett’s reign. It could see the second coming of Nikola Zigic in a Blues shirt after it was confirmed the Serb has received his visa and clearance in time to be registered for the game.

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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 »

Dear Lee: Leeds Preview

Blues face Leeds today in what is a crunch game in the Championship – win it and the teams around us lose and we are virtually mathematically safe; the reverse and we are in deep trouble. A game without a win today also sets a much unwanted all-time record in the Championship of seventeen home league games without a win. With this in mind I’ve decided to dispense with the normal style of these pieces and address this directly to Lee Clark.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Previews, The Championship | 53 Comments »

News Round up

Birmingham City have confirmed the departures of Terry McDermott and Derek Fazackerley from the club in a statement on the official website yesterday.

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Posted in Birmingham City, News | 15 Comments »

Small Steps

Birmingham City returned to winning ways on Saturday with a 2-0 win over Charlton away at the Valley. Goals in either half from on-loan Federico Macheda secured what was the team’s first league win of 2014.

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Posted in Birmingham City, General Ramblings | 74 Comments »

Centre Halves

Paul Robinson picked up his tenth booking of the season against Swansea City and will now miss the next two games against Derby County and Leicester City. Kyle Bartley is returning from injury and will compete for a spot with Hayden Mullins and Will Packwood but longer term Birmingham City will need to do something about the centre half spot.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Talking Points | 60 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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