Dog-Fight Derby

Former Birmingham City forward Gary McSheffrey is expecting tomorrow’s West Midland derby between Coventry City and Blues to be like a dog-fight as both teams battle it out at the Ricoh Arena. ivermectin injections for dogs for sale online

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Former Blues forward Gary McSheffrey

Speaking at Coventry’s press conference, McSheffrey said: “Playing against an old club is always nice but it’s going to be a dogfight because we both have something to fight for.

“Birmingham fans have always took a good following away from home, they’re vocal but they can put pressure on them to perform so there’s going to be a certain amount pressure and a great atmosphere. remedios para piolho em comprimido

On the subject of Marlon King, who is returning to the Ricoh for the first time since leaving Coventry last summer, McSheffrey added: “I’m sure fans appreciated what Marlon did when he was here and yes he is coming back but there’s 22 players out there so its not all about him.

“Birmingham have a team full of good players so we have to work hard to make sure we keep them in check. ivermectin for covid dose

Relegation threatened Coventry are currently 22nd in the league, three points from safety, while Blues occupy the last play off position in sixth.

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