Posts Tagged ‘Blues’

Mills takes inspiration from Blues

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

Mills will take inspiration from Blues
Studying captain Matt Mills has known as for his crew-mates to consider inspiration from Birmingham’s shock Carling Cup win over Arsenal when they encounter Manchester Metropolis on Sunday afternoon.

TV’s Ant punched in a pub
Newcastle-born tv presenter Ant McPartlin has been punched for the duration of “a scuffle” while observing a football match in a pub. The star was in the Barley Mow pub in Chiswick, west London, watching Arsenal play Barcelona in the Champions League when he was attacked on Tuesday.

Birmingham Metropolis 2-three Bolton
Bolton get to the FA Cup semi-finals as Lee Chung-Yong grabs the winner versus Birmingham.

Yeung looks for Blues investment

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

Yeung seems to be for Blues investment
Birmingham operator Carson Yeung and the club’s board of directors are stepping up their efforts to entice new investors to the Carling Cup winners. Associated Stories Coyle tranquil on Euro chances Pardew seems for strong complete Kuyt treble downs United Fletcher earns Wolves deserved draw In Photographs: Kuyt treble sees Manchester United beaten at Anfield

Kolo Toure on drug check scandal: ‘I’ve been so stupid’
Kolo Toure has confessed he has no-a single to blame but himself around the failed medicines test that could see him thrown out of football for two a long time.

Dalglish satisfied to phone on Carroll
Liverpool supervisor Kenny Dalglish is seeking forward to viewing far more of record signing Andy Carroll right after the £35million striker produced his lengthy-awaited debut in the three-one win more than arch-rivals Manchester United.

McLeish revels in Blues final win

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

McLeish revels in Blues closing win
Birmingham boss Alex McLeish says his side’s Carling Cup closing victory about Arsenal is the “best achievement” of his managerial occupation.

Stubborn streak is Arsene Wenger’s large failing
He’s still there, the malign monkey that has been on Arsene Wenger’s shoulder jabbering away these previous extended 6 decades about Arsenal’s failure to win a trophy.

Rooney sweats on ref’s report
FOOTBALL: Referee Mark Clattenburg’s explanation of why he gave Wigan a free of charge-kick after Wayne Rooney’s clash with James McCarthy on Saturday will decide regardless of whether the United striker ends up with a three-match ban.

Arsenal and Blues eye cup triumph

Monday, February 28th, 2011

Arsenal and Blues eye cup triumph
Arsenal and Birmingham meet in Sunday’s Carling Cup closing with the two clubs searching to finish irritating spells without having silverware.

Sunday’s gossip column
Hutton could leave Spurs following Redknapp row, plus other rumours

Arsenal Star Is Out For Fortnight
Arsenal youngster Gavin Hoyte’s mortgage with the Imps will have to consider a two week break soon after he sustained lateral ligaments to his knee against Chesterfield on Saturday. Gavin Hoyte left proceedings, coming off even worse in a 50/50 with Djilali after just ten minutes.