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Whichever way Blues supporters view the bagging of two paltry points out of the last twelve, disappointment is clearly in the air.
During this enforced international break from our own Championship football, one topic has dominated the news media as far as Blues are concerned.
After the result against Millwall, my innermost thought was that when Tom Wagner and Tom Brady viewed the Championship table last Saturday evening they must have been pleased.
Since the beginning of this month I cannot recall a more satisfying August. Maybe a bit over the top, but for at least a decade that’s my feeling.
For those of us Blues followers fortunate to be at St. Andrew’s last Saturday, we witnessed what can only be described as the perfect day.
Leeds United at home this Saturday heralds a new chapter in the life of every Blues supporter. Not only because it begins the first home game of a new season, as important as that is. But also, of course, because it carries the fanfare for our beloved club’s new investors.