Welcome to FITS 29. The more observant of you will have noted that FITS 28 did not appear. Frankly there was not much Blues news to write home about. The International break was taken up by the suitability of Jude Bellingham to be a fixture in the England team. At least it was in my case. The necessity of me repeating the blindingly obvious was mute. You all know what I think and it seemed pointless to repeat it.
We are continuing to take you back through the Tilton Talk History and this week we are taking you back to April 2016 and yes before there were pictures.
Birmingham avoided defeat on Friday for just the third time this WSL season, but their draw against Everton does little in their fight to avoid relegation.
In a game where you can see both sides where lacking in confidence up front the better chances were coming from the visitors. In the 11th minute Leonie Maier (Everton Women) left footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the left of the goal.
Blues are facing the shocking reality of having to ground share with arch rivals Aston Villa if stadium repairs drag on through the summer and beyond the start of the season. “We had to have a contingency...
He played for his hometown club and his country. He scored a famous penalty and has won a play off medal. Now Paul Devlin can add a 1st round stoppage on his debut in the square ring.
After last week’s rant and questioning some of the character of certain members of the team, the Swansea performance was most satisfactory. Sure, Blues had more opportunities given than Hughie Green but there was no lack of desire or character.
On 7th March Tilton Talk was joined by Cliff Horrocks and Neil Cotterill to discuss the findings of the Fan led Review that was compiled with information from us as fans. The report was compiled by Tracey Crouch MP as chair and now its our opportunity as fans to get this passed at the next level.