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Whichever way you dress it up following two swingeing league defeats, Blues are under pressure against Preston North End.
In the last two league games we’ve lost a very healthy goals-for column, and the defeats have questioned our consistency
With confidence building and real belief emerging, Blues next game against Fulham is eagerly awaited.
Friday night’s fixture against Derby County has now become an eagerly awaited, mouth-watering prospect.
To say the signing of Troy Deeney has given everyone who supports Blues a lift is massively understated…..
After a glorious week of wallowing in the joy of scoring five goals at Luton, our next league game at Barnsley should hold little fear.
Every Championship game is tricky if not tough. Luton is another encounter which throws up all kinds of possibilities
After the damaging issue of the continued closure of the Tilton and Kop stands that has dominated the last 72 hours, it should not be forgotten that there will still be a football match taking place at St Andrew’s on Saturday
Whatever awaits us for the new season starting at Sheffield United on Saturday, Blues must surely sharpen themselves up for the visit to the Blades
Another Championship campaign now in touching distance certainly gets the adrenaline pumping