A Love Affair In Which We Keep On Forgiving

A Love Affair In Which We Keep On Forgiving

Before the ink had dried on the rubber-stamping of Blues’ relegation, the club’s leadership would have been more than aware of the naivety which sent us down…..

A Love Affair In Which We Keep On Forgiving

Hope. The Story Waiting To Be Written

If, like me, you fear the Blues’ goose is finally cooked this season it doesn’t mean we should give up hope. And the omens are really interesting. Almost exactly 10 years ago, on May 3, 2014, Lee Clarke’s Birmingham travelled to Bolton Wanderers, needing to better Doncaster’s result on the final day to survive another year in the Championship.

A Love Affair In Which We Keep On Forgiving

A View From Down Under – Part Two

I wrote to you in 2021, an article you were kind enough to publish. It received some kind and interesting responses, and given the current situation I feel moved to write again.

A Love Affair In Which We Keep On Forgiving

Panic And Permutations

When the final whistle blew at Huddersfield Town on Saturday, and likewise at Hull City a few hours later following their last gasp equaliser against Ipswich Town, mayhem broke out within my own little community.

A Love Affair In Which We Keep On Forgiving

Trapdoor Opens

On day when Sheffield Wednesday showed us what a fight looks like, Blues spurned yet another chance to escape the trapdoor to League 1.

A Love Affair In Which We Keep On Forgiving

Out Of Our Hands. But Within Our Grasp.

In what has been an extraordinary season, even by Blues’ chaotic standards, we handed the initiative to Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend. The one thing none of us wanted was to go into the last game of the season needing a result against Norwich, but here we are.