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  • For the drop? History says West Brom, Wigan and Birmingham

    By Brian Sears 29 March 2011 Just 82 Premier League games remain to be played this season, and it’s great fun trying to predict the outcome. Using historical results based on previous Premier League meetings, sportingintelligence has projected the end-of-season table for 2010-11. The full explanation of how we reached our conclusions is elsewhere today. […]

  • Former Birmingham owner David Gold banned from match over war of words

    By Nick Harris 5 November 2010 David Gold, the former co-owner of Birmingham and now the co-owner of West Ham, has today been banned from attending tomorrow’s match between the teams at St Andrew’s over comments reported in a variety of newspapers today. Remarks reported in this report in the Telegraph were key to the […]

  • Aston Villa head into Birmingham derby seeking seventh (straight win) heaven

    By Brian Sears 28 October 2010 A remarkable sequence of results has unfolded in the 12 Premier League derbies between Aston Villa and Birmingham over the past eight years, a period only denied four further meetings by temporary Blue absences from the top flight. For the first six of those meetings, Birmingham hardly put a […]

  • Birmingham pay £2.2m to settle Seymour Pierce dispute but say they’ll appeal

    27 April 2010 Birmingham City have announced they have paid a disputed £2.2m debt to Seymour Pierce in full, but are also appealing a High Court decision that forced them to pay the money, which they have claimed they don’t owe. “As previously announced, Birmingham International Holdings Limited is appealing the decision,” the statement says. […]

  • Birmingham City owner: I want Dalglish (… in my photo)

    By Nick Harris 5 April 2010 On a journalistic assignment at Birmingham City yesterday, I just happened to be in the BCFC boardroom shortly after the end of the 1-1 draw with Liverpool when Kenny Dalglish came through from the adjoining dining room to say goodbye to his host for the day, Carson Yeung, Birmingham’s owner. Mr Yeung […]

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    Bob Latchford and me: a boy’s own tale

    . Norwegian sports writer Andreas Selliaas grew up in a village south of Oslo in the 1970s, watching English football from afar and playing make believe in the street. His friends would quarrel over who would be Kevin Keegan and who would be Kenny Dalglish. Selliaas wanted to be neither. He wanted to be Bob […]

  • ‘Jonny’s motivational talks are great. But take a crossword’ Read more >

    ‘Jonny’s motivational talks are great. But take a crossword’

    Screen Break By Martin Kelner 14 March 2016 It’s a simple game, rugby. As ITV pundit Jonny Wilkinson said before Saturday’s Six Nations match between England and Wales: “It’s about growth, it’s about learning, and in order to do that, you’ve got to be prepared to ask questions of yourself constantly, and put yourself in that position.  […]

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