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23/09 at 8:50 am,
The likelihood of former England manager Steve McClaren being appointed into the vacant Birmingham City hotseat is continuing to increase according to the latest odds provided by English Football League sponsors Sky Bet. The Blues are currently searching for a new manager following former boss Harry Redknapp's sacking last weekend following the 3-1 home defeat to Preston North End. Club owners Trillion Trophy Asia have travelled to the UK to oversee the potential appointment of a new boss at St Andrews and the odds are shortening on former Newcastle United and Derby County boss McClaren being appointed with English Football League sponsors Sky Bet listing him as the second favourite for the role. York born boss McClaren may not necessarily be a popular choice of Birmingham City supporters with his last major success coming with Dutch club FC Twente when he won the Eredivisie title seven years ago. Since leaving De Grolsch Veste, McClaren has twice failed to guide Derby County back to the English Premier League while he won just 22.6% of his matches in charge of Newcastle United. The man once harshly dubbed β€˜the wally with the brolly' has much left to prove in the Sky Bet Championship and given Birmingham City's [...]
Source: the72.co.uk
23/09 at 12:30 am,
Steve McClaren is the second favourite with the bookies to be named Birmingham manager but the fans really don't want him. [...]
Source: hitc.com
23/09 at 12:15 am,
HITC Sport understands Fulham are looking at the Tranmere youngster. [...]
Source: hitc.com
22/09 at 10:45 pm,
The former Derby County and Leicester City manager is back in work... but not at Birmingham City. [...]
Source: hitc.com
22/09 at 10:12 am,
Birmingham City's Asian owners are believed to be ready to consider the appointment of a new manager at St Andrews according to the Birmingham Mail. The Blues have been without a boss since former manager Harry Redknapp was sacked last weekend following a poor run of results. Former Manchester City academy coach Lee Carsley has been put in temporary charge of first team affairs at the club and will oversee Birmingham City's trip to Derby County in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday. It has now been reported that The Blues' owners Trillion Trophy Asia have flown to the UK and will make appointing a new manager at the club their top priority. It is believed that they will take a cautious approach to the interview process and are committed to making an appointment which will help the club succeed in the future. Former Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka is the current favourite for the managerial vacancy at St Andrews according to the latest odds provided by English Football League sponsors Sky Bet while Nigel Pearson and Steve McClaren are also being linked with the role. Birmingham City are currently second bottom of the Sky Bet Championship table after a run of five straight league defeats. The [...]
Source: the72.co.uk
22/09 at 6:27 am,
Former Birmingham manager Gary Rowett has revealed that the Blues passed up on an offer to sign Manchester United's Victor Lindelof because he didn't seem strong enough a player at the time. The Swedish defender, who completed a £39.5m move to Old Trafford over the summer, is yet to establish himself as a regular under Jose Mourinho. And Rowett, now in charge at Derby County, has told ​Sky Sports that he was approached by an agent and was offered the player during his Birmingham days​. He... [...]
Source: 90min.com
21/09 at 8:59 pm,
Championship side Birmingham City rejected the chance to sign Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof two years ago, when he played for Benfica, as per an article by Sky Sports. Gary Rowett was in charge of the Blues when they rejected the chance to sign Victor Lindelof, claiming he was β€œnot tough enough”. Two years later, Manchester United paid £39.5 million to Benfica to sign him. The 23 year-old has also become a Sweden international. Rowett, now manager of Championship rivals Derby County, admitted Birmingham's mistake on Sky Sports yesterday where he was a pundit for the League Cup third round tie between Manchester United and his former club Burton Albion at Old Trafford, a game in which Manchester United convincingly won 4-1. Speaking to Sky Sports, Rowett said: β€œAbout two or three years ago when we first went into Birmingham an agent called us and said we are trying to get some of our younger players out to expose them to different levels. β€œWe had a look at Lindelof and put it to some of the staff, but it was ironic because they felt he wasn't probably quite tough enough”. He later added β€œThen suddenly he's been touted around at £20m or £30m. So [...]
Source: the72.co.uk
13/09 at 1:39 am,
American Investment Played DownVitalfootball: Forest: 12/09/2016 12:39:00This past weekend, prior to the Nottingham Forest draw at Aston Villa, had seen reports of an imminent takeover from American investors. Al-Hasawi was quick to play this down. [...]
Source: www.vitalfootball.co.uk
26/08 at 2:18 am,
Fan View: Norwich City Vitalfootball: Birmingham: 25/08/2016 13:18:00Rob Wildey catches up with a Norwich City fan [...]
Source: www.vitalfootball.co.uk

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 at 2:30am
πŸ“½ Lee Carsley says he has mixed emotions going into tomorrow's clash with Derby County.

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Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 at 2:00am
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Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 at 1:15am
🚨 2017/18 Overseas Golf Event confirmed! β›³οΈπŸŒοΈ

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