Blues Trust is pleased to announce that Birmingham City’s Customer Services Manager, Sarah Gould, has been short-listed for Supporters Liaison Officer of the year after being nominated by The Blues Trust for the 2014 Football Supporters’ Federation Awards. We wish Sarah...Read More
As part of a strategy published recently pushing for greater transparency within the club’s parent company Birmingham International Holdings, Blues Trust will be writing to MP’s serving the Birmingham area in a bid to highlight the issues currently facing Birmingham City...Read More
Blues Trust, along with Supporters’ Trusts for Coventry City and Hereford United have called for the Government to back Damian Collins’ attempt to bring in new rules to protect clubs from bad owners. All three Supporters’ Trust’s are among a number who have been...Read More
Here is the agenda for Blues Trust 2014 Annual General Meeting (AGM), which will be held at 11 am on Saturday November 8th at the Fusion Centre, High Street Deritend, Digbeth, Birmingham B5 6DY.Read More
Stand Against Modern Football – Taking Back Our Game campaign.
Blues Trust have received information from STAND, a supporter fanzine, regarding a new campaign supported by the FSF and SD which calls for “plain talking on fan owned football”.
The campaign is designed to promote unity between supporters of all football teams, in order for the supporters to have a role in the running of the game, and so that they can be properly consulted on the issues surrounding the management of the sport nationally.Read More
Recently, there has been much accusation that Birmingham City supporters are suffering from increased apathy – I myself have been guilty of using that word to describe the support at times. With the continuing ambiguity regarding the ownership and sale of the club, our depressing home record and the humiliation of last Saturday, it could be argued that it would be hard not to become apathetic. However, if the last few days have proved anything to me, it’s that this isn’t the case at all.
So what has happened in the last few days that has caused the apathy to subside? Obviously the news that Gary Rowett is back at Birmingham having taken up the management position has greatly increased the optimism. I for one am delighted. He was a favourite player of mine back in the 1998/99 season. His interview on Tuesday night was impressive.Read More