Birmingham City have won their first league game of the new English Championship season with season following the 2-1 win at home to Huddersfield Town. It took two games for Birmingham City to record their first win of the season as far as the second tier of club football in England is concerned.
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.
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Birmingham City were able to get a crucial victory over Burton Albion in the FA Cup to reach the fourth round of the competition. Sam Gallagher came up with the only goal of the game in the 56th minute to provide a victory for Birmingham at the St Andrew’s stadium. The Birmingham team were coming into the game with a recent run of good form, which appears to be essential to the club getting out of the drop zone in the next couple of weeks. However, this task is made difficult by the distraction of the FA Cup. Any disappointing result in this competition’s early rounds may have a spill on effect. Hence, manager Steve Cotterill was extremely keen on getting a win over Burton Albion, as Birmingham had been relatively treated kindly in the draw for the third round.
Cotterill will now be hoping that his team come up against a top outfit in the latter stages of the competition. After the game, the manager admitted that it was extremely important for him to retain the momentum of the squad. Hence, he decided not to make any significant changes to the starting line-up, which has performed well in recent weeks. Apart from the victory, the result also provided the third consecutive clean sheet for the team. Cotterill says that this helps Birmingham build on the recent form.
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There are media reports that Stoke City player Phil Bardsley might be moving to midlands rivals Birmingham City, or possibly even newly promoted Newcastle United. The player missed loads of games last season through injury, and it appears that he is no longer part of the team’s plan.
However, both Birmingham City and Newcastle United have denied that they made any offers for the player and that they are currently investigating different options. Continue reading “Bardsley might move to Birmingham”