Match Reports

Birmingham City match reports provided by Trust Vice-Chairman Andy Munro.

Non-League Day Report 6th September

Posted on 19 Sep 2014


Non League Day

Non League Day

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 international break and no Premier or Championship games taking place.

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

Posted on 29 Jul 2013

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 of the confidence factor engendered by a victory.

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

Posted on 7 May 2013

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.

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

Posted on 1 May 2013

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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Report: Yorkshire Puddings – Leeds United (H)

Posted on 22 Apr 2013

Like many football fans, Leeds supporters – particularly their so called ‘ultras’ – have never been a favourite of mine.

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The Foxes Not So Fleet: Leicester City (A)

Posted on 15 Apr 2013

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.

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