Top 5 Second City Derby Moments

The international break is will and truly underway and club football has been put on hold. This gives me a great opportunity to write something a bit different than a standard preview or an opinion on the current outgoings at St.Andrews. Instead I’m going to be looking at the top five moments of my lifetime…

Blues Preview vs Hull City (H)

Well Blues fans the unbeaten run has came to an end, but what a run it was! From the highs of Leeds United away to Juke grabbing three at home against Rotherham and who could forget that away day at Stoke City. We were brought back down to reality last weekend against Derby and I…

Hull City Preview vs Birmingham City (A)

After back-to-back wins for the first time this season, and with the Allams’ departure seeming closer than ever, are our fortunes finally starting to turn? It’s far too early to call, but it’s never too early to dream. Given how life as a Hull City fan has been over the last two years, good news…

Derby Preview vs Birmingham (H)

Heading into this crunch match, both teams will be packed full of confidence. Derby have just took 7 points from a possible 9 against in-form trio, Sheffield United, West Brom and Middlesbrough, all before losing 3-2 in the Carabao Cup to Chelsea, a match in which the Rams showed exactly what they’re capable of, pushing…

Blues Preview vs Derby (A)

It’s four wins on the bounce and 11 unbeaten for Garry Monk’s Blue and White army and the feel good factor is well a truly around the club at the moment. Birmingham dispatched Sheffield Wednesday 3-1 at home last weekend after a very poor first half an hour where we could have been trailing by…

Altitude Sickness

Who would have thought little old Small Heath would be 11 games unbeaten this season – especially after the EFL decided to do everything they could to derail our season. Well we are and we’re up to 9th in the league and only two points off the play-offs having won four games in a row….

Reading Preview vs Birmingham (A)

Tuesday night sees a big opportunity for Reading to earn, or win three more points. Saturday’s win was a strange one in many ways. By no means the first choice XI, somehow Reading scored three, and even more surprisingly, conceded just once, another typical opposition goal at the Madejski. Anssi Jaakkola certainly won’t have been…