Blues Goalkeeper Revolving Door

The scaremongering amongst some Blues fans is understandable given the loss first choice goalkeeper Darren Randolph and the release of his understudy Colin Doyle. But please don’t fear, Gary Rowett is here. Blues have been linked with their former reserve stopper Adam Legzdins, who they released in 2008. Many have taken this as a sign of failure to attract a number one.

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Blues Look Forward as Fixtures Announced

Now we’re all in the mood aren’t we? An opening game of the season at home to Reading, a team we comfortably beat twice last season, offers Blues the chance to open the campaign with a win. But Royals manager Steve Clarke will have other ideas as he looks to build a squad to compete in the Championship. Make no bones about it, Reading were shambolic at times last season. The 6-1 drubbing at the hands of Blues back in December summed up my point. If it wasn’t for an FA Cup semi-final at Wembley in which they were undeservedly beaten by Arsenal, their season would have been a complete write-off.

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Potential Banana Skin Trip for Blues

The Capital One Cup first round draw has lumbered Blues with a tricky away trip to newly promoted Bristol Rovers. The Gas, who were promoted via the Conference play-off’s last season, will be a potential banana skin for Gary Rowett’s men.


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Blues Looking to Future

Blues manager Gary Rowett is hoping to complete his first two summer signings in the coming days. Nottingham Forest’s Robert Tesche is the subject of a £500,000 bid from Blues after a successful loan spell at St. Andrew’s last season and Swindon goalkeeper Wes Foderingham is in line to replace Darren Randolph, who moved to West Ham last week.

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Optimism at Blues Due to Gary Rowett

It’s been a while since Birmingham City fans went into a summer with optimism. Thanks to Gary Rowett, the Blues faithful can see a decent season in the pipeline. But as Rowett embarks upon his first summer transfer window in the St. Andrew’s hot seat, what can the fans expect?

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