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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
The hope is for stability and general respect within. Achieve this and we will be better for it…..
Seeing the action unfold at Troon has undoubtedly raised the spirits of long-suffering supporters
Nothing compares to the start of a new football season, with supporters eagerly awaiting the release of the all-important fixtures. With St. Andrews hopefully being open for business again, then the extra incentive to attend the games is most definitely there.
Blackburn Rovers will be our last match for this Championship campaign………
Last home game of the season for Blues against Cardiff feels slightly odd. No pressure for vital points, little significance for either team, and no edge to the outcome…..