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Liam Truslove

Full Name Liam Truslove
DOB 05 September 1995
Place of Birth Birmingham, England
Nationality English
Position Midfielder
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Latest articles about Liam Truslove

One in, Four Out

Gary Rowett today wrapped up the signing of Diego Fabbrini on loan deadline day, with the player recalled from Millwall by his parent club Watford to come to St Andrew’s. Four young players have left on loan – Denny Johnstone to Burton Albion; Liam Truslove to Leamington; while Nat Kelly and James Fry go to Kidderminster Harriers.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Players | 39 Comments »

Blues Reserves in Comfortable Win

Blues u21s ran out comfortable 2-0 winners against Ipswich last night in their Professional Development League game. Goals from Reece Brown and Viv Solomon sealed the win for Blues who could and possibly should have won by more. Gavin Gunning, Michael Morrison and Matt Green all returned after injury absences.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Professional Development League, Reviews | 16 Comments »

A Cold Night In Coleshill – Birmingham Senior Cup Match Reflections

Birmingham City’s Development Squad won their Birmingham Senior Cup semi-final tie against Coleshill on penalties following a 0-0 draw. A cold night saw both teams draw a blank and it took sudden death spot kicks to seperate the two. Blues will now face West Bromwich Albion or Nuneaton in the Final.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews | 17 Comments »

Middlesbrough Reflections

Birmingham City were denied a win by 10-man Middlesbrough who fought back and equalised Paul Caddis’ penalty with a goal from Chelsea loanee Patrick Bamford. Clayton Donaldson could have won it at the end for Blues but missed with his header condemning Blues to another winless game. Before the game, I’d have happily taken a […]

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews | 36 Comments »

Blues Development Squad Overcome Young Red Warriors in Friendly

A young Blues Development squad beat Vietnam’s u20 team 4-2 in a friendly at Wast Hills yesterday. Goals from George McGee, Liam Truslove and Reece Brown along with an own goal helped the Blues to a victory having been 2-0 down after just 16 minutes. Vietnam’s u20 side played Blues only two days after losing […]

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Posted in Birmingham City, News, Players | No Comments »

Positivity Monday

Birmingham City now know that they will face Swansea City at home in the FA Cup fourth round if they can beat (or lets be honest even get to face) either Crawley Town or Bristol Rovers in the third. It would be a chance for the Swans to avenge the 3-1 defeat they suffered at St Andrews earlier in the season in the League Cup third round.

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Posted in Birmingham City, General Ramblings | 67 Comments »

A Tale of Two Reeces – Solihull Moors v Blues DS Match Reflections

Blues’ reserve side were comfortable winners at the Autotech Stadium tonight after beating the Solihull Moors 3-1 thanks to two goals from Reece Brown and one from Reece Hales.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Pre Season 2013 | 46 Comments »

Solihull Moors v Blues Development Squad Preview

Birmingham City’s development squad take on Solihull Moors at the newly renamed Autotech Stadium in their latest pre-season friendly tonight.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Pre Season 2013, Professional Development League | 18 Comments »

Three More Academy Starlets Sign Up

Blues confirmed the formal signing of three more Academy graduates to professional contracts yesterday, taking the total to six this summer.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Players | 80 Comments »

Blues u21s Win With Last Gasp Effort

Birmingham City’s u21 side squeaked a last gasp win over their Leeds United counterparts at Wast Hills today after Eddy Gnahore tucked home trialist Courtney Cameron’s low cross with virtually the last kick of the game.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Professional Development League, Reviews | 3 Comments »

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