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20 years in WSL ends in Relegation – But we will be back

Birmingham City one of the founding members of the WSL were relegated on Wednesday evening after a 6-0 defeat by Manchester City.

It was all City from start to finish the players the commitment the belief that could chase down Manchester United in 4th place. The 1st half passed quickly and Blues had defended really well (how many times have I said that).

May 5, 2022
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Atmosphere, Ownership, Demonstrations and farewell

The goings on at St Andrews over the last few weeks have seen embarrassing defeats, questions asked about the Manager, the Chief Exec and the Director of Football. One only has to look at the state of the country to realize that bad management and bad leadership causes division. It sets comrade against comrade and in the case of Birmingham City fan against fan.

April 30, 2022
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From St Andrews to the tower but results did not change

My plan was to do my Watto’s weekly after the local Derby with Coventry. Such was my devastation after the 2-4 drubbing, I was in such a low that the whole Watto-BCFC relationship was almost done. In the spirit of Easter and renewal of life I find myself writing this as we move towards the kick off in Blackpool.

April 18, 2022
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26, 27, 29 where’s 28 – International duty and the new boy wonder.

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.

April 7, 2022
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The Toffees prove to be sticky

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.

April 3, 2022
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