One of the concerns Blues fans have had over the past few years has been the shortage of information about what was happening with our club and the lack of engagement by the club owners and their representatives. The decision making process was opaque. This is not to criticise the staff at the club who have worked hard in difficult circumstances to make the experience of visiting St. Andrew’s an enjoyable one.Read More
Yesterday, the Birmingham Mail published an article entitled ” Blues fans parking ban in streets around St Andrews”. Apparently, Birmingham City Council have plans to impose parking bans in certain streets near the stadium on match days from next season.
You can read the full Birmingham Mail article here.Read More
Blues Trust 2015 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held at 11am. on Saturday November 21st, 2015, before the home game with Charlton Athletic. It will be held at the Fusion Centre, High Street Deritend, Digbeth, Birmingham B5 6DY. Non-members are welcome to attend but only trust members can vote.Read More
One of the members of Blues Trust and Blues fan , Gabriel Sutton (of The Football Lab), recently interviewed Garreth Cummins of the Football Supporters Federation (FSF) on the success of the “Twenty’s Plenty” campaign. Gabriel has given us permission to publish his article in full and this is shown below. His website The Football Lab at “http://www.thefootballab.co.uk” makes very interesting reading so why not give him a visit?
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The international break comes at a good time for Birmingham City. The team had played seven games in 21 days and Gary Rowett has said that players will get some recovery time during the break. And we finished the first quarter of the season on a high, winning the last two games and going up to fourth place.
There are a lot of positives about our club at present. The manager and playing staff have built a successful team without spending much. Gary Rowett is intelligent, articulate and prepared to answer fans’ questions on live radio. (Click here to listen if you missed the Football Phone-in on Radio WM)Read More