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Paul Robinson

Full Name Paul Peter Robinson
DOB 14 December 1978
Place of Birth Watford, England
Nationality English
Position Left Back, Centre Back
Blues Playing Statistics
Total League Appearances 135
Total Appearances 148
League Goals 3
Total Goals 4
Birmingham City Debut against Brighton and Hove Albion 29 September 2012
Birmingham City Debut goal against Bristol Rovers, 14 January 2014
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Latest articles about Paul Robinson

Six to go

Blues have confirmed that six out-of-contract players will not be offered new deals for next season and will leave the club. Mark Duffy, Neal Eardley, David Edgar, Lee Novak and Wes Thomas join Mitch Hancox on the non-retained list with only club skipper Paul Robinson’s future left to be sorted.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Players | 144 Comments »

The case for the defence

This week Gary Rowett and Blues will have to confirm which of their players whose contracts expire this summer will be offered a new deal to stay at St Andrew’s beyond June 2016. Unlike the past few years, the number of players who could leave is a lot lower and subsequently, it’s probable that only one – Paul Robinson – will be offered a new deal.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Players | 53 Comments »

The Future

Birmingham City blew a two goal lead to draw with Preston North End at St Andrew’s last night. A brace from Clayton Donaldson had put Gary Rowett’s men into a good position but late goals from Alan Brown and Greg Cunningham ensured Simon Grayson’s team returned north with a share of the spoils.

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Posted in Birmingham City, General Ramblings | 125 Comments »

One More Year

The official Birmingham City website posted an article this afternoon about the chances of Paul Robinson being given a new contract by the club. The 37-year-old defender has made 23 appearances this season (21 in the league), and with ten clean sheets coming in those appearances will feel his chances are good.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Talking Points | 87 Comments »

GAMEDAY: Brentford at home

The first match of 2016 sees Blues take on Brentford with both teams nicely poised just underneath the playoff picture. Can Blues make it three home wins in a row?

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Posted in Birmingham City, Gameday, The Championship | 61 Comments »

A Christmas Cracker – MK Dons Reflections

Birmingham City returned to winning ways for the second game in succession at St Andrew’s against MK Dons. Jacques Maghoma scored his first goal at home in Blues colours to settle the game but in fairness the 1-0 scoreline flattered the visitors.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews | 62 Comments »

Gameday – MK Dons at home

Blues face MK Dons at St Andrews looking to bounce back quickly after a Boxing Day beating from Sheffield Wednesday.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Gameday, The Championship | 36 Comments »

GAMEDAY – Fulham away

Gary Rowett takes his team to Fulham hoping that he can snap a winless streak and give the travelling army of 4,000 Blues fans something to cheer about as we head into the next international break.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Gameday, The Championship | 41 Comments »

GAMEDAY – Dingle dong Derby

Blues take on Wolves at St Andrew’s in the lunchtime televised clash, hoping to bounce back after last weekend’s defeat.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Gameday, The Championship | 46 Comments »

The “P” Word

Paul Robinson has been quoted in the Birmingham Mail saying that the current Blues side reminds him of the characteristics of sides he has been promoted with before from the Championship. The club skipper talked about the “balance of skills” and “positive atmosphere” that are prevalent at the moment within the St Andrew’s setup.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Talking Points | 39 Comments »

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