A meeting of two underachievers, especially given Blues have an uninspiring home record, ended predictably. Obviously, it was appreciated that the players thanked the fans following the conclusion of the match. This whilst the fans thanked their lucky stars that Blues didn’t follow the black and gold into the Dingle-y hell that will be League One.Read More
Just when Bluenoses were starting to mention Lee Clark in the same breath as Sir Alex and talking about the new Blue Soap Powder washing away the early season doldrums, Blues’ progress to football redemption was blocked by a large tractor driven by Mad Farmer Mick.Read More
Like many football fans, Leeds supporters – particularly their so called ‘ultras’ – have never been a favourite of mine.Read More
All of a sudden it seems Blues ‘on the telly’ is not the complete torture that it used to be, and a well-earned point away at Leicester City was very much welcomed.Read More
Perhaps the have introduced a Millwall mentoring scheme, but walking up to the ground I was passed by half of the West Midlands police force ferrying a similar proportion of opposition fans in distinctly the same direction.
Could it be that Haydn Mullins and Darren Ambrose to lead us into the play offs? Well, bearing in mind Lee Clark’s ‘shock’ renaissance, who really knows?