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Blues Development Squad in Scrappy Draw With Lions

Blues Development squad played out a tough 2-2 draw in a scrappy Professional Development League encounter against Millwall this evening. First half goals from Charlie Cooper and Corey O’Keeffe weren’t enough to secure the points against a Millwall side that came back with second half efforts from Harry Smith and Paul Rooney.

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Attacking Intent

Birmingham City inflicted Fulham’s first league defeat of the season yesterday at Craven Cottage. Clayton Donaldson’s second half penalty was the only goal of the game but Blues could and should have scored more in what was a good display of attacking intent.

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GAMEDAY – Fulham Away

Blues travel to Craven Cottage today for their first game after the international break hoping to continue their winning ways against a Fulham team flying at the top of the division.

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Positive Intent from Paul Caddis

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It must be hard to be a player who has been completely bombed from a football squad. I know people will talk about how they wouldn’t mind sitting on their backside for a few thousand quid a week but I can’t help but feel that I’d think my life was wasting away in front of me in that position.

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Who is Paul Suen? – Part II

As there hasn’t been much in the way of football happening of late due to the international break, I thought it might be interesting to see if it was possible to find out a little bit more about what Blues’ would-be new owner, Paul Suen Cho Hung, has been up to. It appears he has been a busy boy.

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The Takeover: What Should We Expect?

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With news breaking on Thursday that the longest running takeover saga in football might actually be completed in six weeks or so, I got asked the usual slew of questions on social media about who Paul Suen/Trillion Trophy Asia are, what their intentions are and whether Blues are going to spend a huge amount of money on transfers in January.

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BIH Announcement: Takeover date brought forward

Birmingham International Holdings today made an announcement to the stock exchange confirming that the schedule for the takeover has been revised and the resumption in trading of shares in the company should take place on October 17.

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Positive September

Birmingham City completed their summer business on transfer window deadline day with the loan signings of Lukas Jutkiewicz and Rhoys Wiggins from Burnley and Bournemouth respectively, while Nicolai Brock-Madsen left on a season long loan to PEC Zwolle, who play in the Eredivisie in the Netherlands.

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EGM Results

Birmingham International Holdings announced yesterday the results of the EGM held to gain shareholder approval for the impending takeover of the company.

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GAMEDAY – Norwich at home

Birmingham City take on Norwich City today looking to kill a run of eight straight league home games without a win stretching back to March. Norwich however come in on the high of a 6-1 thrashing of Coventry in the League Cup in midweek.

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