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Jon Toral

Full Name Jon-Miquel Toral Harper
DOB 5 February 1995
Place of Birth Reus, Spain
Nationality Spanish
Position Midfielder
Blues Playing Statistics
Total League Appearances 36
Total Appearances 38
League Goals 8
Total Goals 8
Birmingham City Debut against Reading, 8 August 2015
Birmingham City Debut goal against Reading, 8 August 2015
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GAMEDAY – away to Huddersfield

Birmingham City travel to Huddersfield today hoping that they can pull themselves out of a wretched run of recent form to restore some pride in the team at the end of the season.

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

Fulham Reflections

Birmingham City were held to a frustrating draw at home to Fulham in a game that has rocked their chances of a late playoff push. Michael Morrison’s header cancelled out Rohan Ince’s first half opener but despite throwing everything that they could at the Cottagers’ back line, once again Blues were restricted to a single point.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews, The Championship | 159 Comments »

Time to go direct

Blues face Wolves on Sunday in what really is a crunch match for their playoff hopes. Defeat on Tuesday didn’t help matters but almost every single other team around them dropped points and as such Blues didn’t lose any ground on 6th place.

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Posted in Birmingham City, General Ramblings | 76 Comments »

Hull Reflections

A deflected strike from Jon Toral was enough for Birmingham City to beat Hull 1-0 at St Andrew’s as Gary Rowett’s men reignited their playoff chase in front of the Sky cameras. Hull hit the post and the bar in the first half and had claims for a penalty in the second as they pushed hard for an equaliser.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews, Talking Points | 81 Comments »

GAMEDAY – Wednesday on a Saturday…

Gary Rowett is looking to continue Birmingham City’s fine start to 2016 with a seventh game unbeaten against Sheffield Wednesday today. Having lost 3-0 on Boxing Day to the Owls at Hillsborough, Blues will be anxious to get their revenge on their top six rivals.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Gameday, The Championship | 50 Comments »

Buzzing again – Brentford Match Reflections

Birmingham City completed their third successive win at home against Brentford thanks to a very late Maikel Kieftenbeld winner in a game that threatened to be overshadowed by Demarai Gray’s impending transfer out of B9.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews, The Championship | 74 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 – Preston Away

Gary Rowett will be looking to build on a positive performance from Saturday in Blues’ second game in an action-packed week.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Gameday, Previews | 87 Comments »

Injury Problems and Squad Opportunities

Birmingham City have some real injury worries ahead of their game against Middlesbrough tomorrow. Jon Toral (dead leg) and Nicolai Brock-Madsen (ankle) could miss the game in addition to longer term absentees Paul Robinson, David Cotterill, Clayton Donaldson and Koby Arthur.

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Posted in Birmingham City, General Ramblings | 22 Comments »

Frustration Again: Hudderfield Reflections

Birmingham City slumped to another defeat yesterday, losing to Huddersfield 2-0 to make it just one win in their last six games at home and 426 minutes since their last goal from open play at St Andrew’s.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Reviews | 122 Comments »

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