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The Championship 2011/12 - Birmingham



Club - Birmingham City

Founded - 1875

Nickname - Blues

Ground - St Andrew's (Capacity: 30,009)

Manager - Chris Hughton

When we face each other? - Sat 5th November (H) Sat 28th April (A)

Last Season Finish - 18th Premier League (Relegated)

Season Preview - Birmingham have proved to be a bit of a yo-yo team in the past few years, only finding their feet by staying in the Premier League 2009/10 with a 9th place finish.

However, in the next season they won the Carling Cup, only to go down on the final day and eventually losing manager Alex McLeish to Aston Villa and appointed former Newcastle boss Chris Hughton.

Despite them going to lose some key players, I believe they have a squad and infastructure capable of going straight back up as Champions.

My Prediction - 1st

For any travel information or more information on St Andrews, click here
The Journalist

Writer: Josh  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday July 9 2011

Time: 6:48PM

 

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