Blues 2-2 Preston: changing the game

Last season, we had many home games in which we went a goal behind to the division’s lesser sides and had no means of changing things around. Although we cannot exactly be happy after a 2-2 draw with Preston, the fact that we came from behind twice is a source of encouragement.

Some poor shooting at St. Andrews

118 goalless minutes will never set the pulses racing, but the common assessment of Oxford’s 1-0 win at Birmingham as a dull game may be a touch unfair. The main issue for both teams was poor shooting, as much as a lack of creativity.

Non-League Day Report 6th September

  Non-League Day Report 6th September 2014 On Saturday 6th September the fourth annual “Non League Day” took place – and what a fantastic event it was! The Blues Trust were delighted to participate in the initiative that was organised on a day with an...

Pre-Season 2013: Hull City (H) – Tigers Tamed

I decided to go and watch my first and the last pre-season friendly against Hull to check out ‘Lee’s Lads’. Friendlies are not usually considered a good indicator of the season ahead, but I always think that the final one before the season proper is important in terms...

Drawing A Line Under The Season: Blackburn Rovers (H)

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...

Blues Mown Down By Tractor Boys: Ipswich Town (A)

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....

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Annual General Meeting

There has been a change in the date of our 2016 Annual General Meeting.


The AGM of Blues Supporters Society Limited (known as Blues Trust) will now take place at 7 pm on Wednesday, November 9th 2016, at St. Andrews.

A Question and Answer session with Tom Ross will follow the formal part of the meeting.

Non-members are welcome to attend but only trust members can vote.

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