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Kids and Optimism – what I’ve been reading this week

I’ve been taking a look at writing online from and about Birmingham City fans in what is slowly becoming a regular feature on here. Here’s some of what I’ve been reading this week.

I’m almost ashamed to admit I stumbled across Charlee Adams’ blog for “League Football Education” whilst I was hunting around for something else. Charlee is a first year apprentice with Blues Academy having joined from West Ham United in the summer. In his blog he talks about games he’s played for Blues, training and life as a young pro. It’s updated about once a month and I think is good reading if you have any interest in the Blues youth setup.

In my post last week, I was kindly linked to the Tilton Strugglers blog in the comments. In the piece I’ve linked the author talks about how 2012 could be seen as a year for optimism – especially on the back of the unbeaten January we had. It’s good to see other people who are looking into the future and seeing that things aren’t necessarily as downbeat as we previously may have thought – there is hope in being a Blues fan.

If you have seen something out there that you like or have written something you’d like included in this feature, please drop me a line by email or in the comments – I’m really excited to see more people putting stuff about Blues out there – it’s all for the good.

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