Dinosaurs exist in football and most times their job is to keep the wheel turning by achieving the base minimum. Tony Pulis did it for years at Stoke City while Sam Allardyce did it at every club he coached. It turns out, Neil Warnock was close to replicating his stable magic at Birmingham City.

Unlike the other two, Warnock is mostly none for engineering promotion of smaller teams from England’s lower football tiers to the Premier League although he was never able to keep them there for long. That sort of made his niche as the guy you want to hire when trying to gain promotion to the Premiership and the guy you want to fire should you want to remain there and not go down.

Garry Monk: It is indeed Very Strange

Garry Monk, after being sacked from the Birmingham City football club, confessed that he felt very strange to stay without any kind of job, especially during the summer. It was revealed that he would be the new boss for Sheffield Wednesday. But unfortunately, he got sacked from his post in the month of June this year at St. Andrews. Xuandong Ren is the CEO of BCFC and his relationship with Garry Monk reached the breaking point which can be the main reason behind Monk being sacked from his post.

Pep clotet, the assistant to Monk for Birmingham City got selected as the head coach in replace of him. It was for the very first time in the career of Garry Monk that he could not be a part of the pre-season game. He stated that he found it to be very strange as he was away for the entire summer season games, but he took it positively. He said that he had other interests, but he was mainly focusing on Wednesday.
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Birmingham City have been dwindling in the Championship middle table echelons since their relegation some seasons ago from the Premier League. The Blues face Promotion hopefuls Sheffield United on Wednesday as they look to consolidate on their mid-table position.

However, according to news from the local media star striker,Che Adams could be on his way to a Premier League club in the summer. Adams is one of the key players for the club having joined from Sheffield United three seasons ago.

Birmingham City Enters the Grey Shade

The Birmingham city club is at the 9th position on the EFL league table with a score of 46 points from 32 matches. But there is a lot that the team is facing right now than the challenge to maintain their position and up there game.

Che Adams, the Birmingham city phenomenon, is the main focus of Manchester United and Arsenal after hitting the net for 6 consecutive matches, although he missed out on the legacy in the last game he played at St Andrew’s. He hit 19 goals this season and so Monk raised his price during the transfer window, leaving the player in his team.
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Birmingham City have announced that Nicolai Brock-Madsen who played as a striker for the English club has left by mutual consent.

The Danish striker whose contract is due to expire in the summer has had the contract terminated after both parties agreed it was time for Brock-Madsen to move on to another phase in his career.


Michael Morrison attributes Che Adams’ outstanding form inside the penalty area to the work he is doing outside. The Birmingham City striker grabbed his ninth goal of the season against Preston on Saturday, drawing him to within one of leading scorer Lukas Jutkiewicz.

He has already passed his best ever Championship tally before the half way mark and Morrison can only see more to come.

Birmingham City Manager Garry Monk Has This Update On Jacques Maghoma

Birmingham City will be without Jacques Maghoma for this weekend’s visit from Sheffield Wednesday. The winner of the team will not meet his former team after being injured just before the match half-time after evening victory over Reading on Tuesday. But Blues boss Garry Monk does not expect the 31-year-old will be absent for a long time.

Monk said, “He twisted his ankle, today he is going for a scan, so we do not know the full extent. We do not think it’s too serious – just a bit of swelling, so probably unlikely for this weekend. We really do not know anything before we get the results back, exactly what the prediction will be. It seems to be stable according to doctors, we are very hopeful if it is this weekend, in case he misses out on the same, there will be nothing further than that.”
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Garry Monk Sets Return Date forCheikh Ndoye

Garry Monk cannot wait for the return of Cheikh Ndoye to first-team action. The 32-year-old was involved in the World Cup 2018 with the Senegal national team. Even though Senegal failed to progress past the group stages, it still meant plenty of action in the summer forNdoye. As a result, he has been given extended time in order to complete his holidays. Ndoye was involved in the games against Poland and Japan, while he did feature in the warmup game against Croatia just before the start of the tournament.

Birmingham City manager Garry Monk is preparing for his first full campaign with the club. He was appointed towards the end of last season and he helped the club stay in the Championship. Now, Monk is looking to get the club away from the relegation battle and closer to the play-off places. The club have so far been quite muted in terms of the transfer activity, as they have only brought in Kristian Pedersen for anything involving a transfer fee. Several players have left Birmingham on a free transfer. Crucially,Ndoye’s return to first-team action will be important for Birmingham since he provides the team with a large dose of confidence.
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German outfit confirm Birmingham City’s interest in Kristian Pedersen

Second tier German outfit Union Berlin have confirmed that Birmingham City are interested in pursuing the signature of Danish defender Kristian Pedersen. The 23-year-old left-back has been linked with the Blues over the past few days and their interest in the Dane has now been confirmed, according to The Birmingham Mail.

As per the report, Pedersen is said to have a release clause of around £2.2 million written into his existing deal at the Stadion An der Alten and the Bluesare supposedly willing to trigger the sum. The full-backbegan his playing career in Denmark with Benlose IF before making the switch to hometown side Ringsted IF.
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