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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
22 Brentford 0 4 4 4
23 Birmingham 1 1 6 4
24 Bolton 0 2 6 2
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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
Preston North EndPreston North End
1
3
FT
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Leeds UnitedLeeds United
Birmingham CityBirmingham City
2
0
FT
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Norwich CityNorwich City
Birmingham CityBirmingham City
1
0
FT
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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
ReadingReading
0
2
FT
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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
AFC BournemouthAFC Bournemouth
1
2
FT
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Burton AlbionBurton Albion
Birmingham CityBirmingham City
2
1
FT
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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
Bolton WanderersBolton Wanderers
0
0
FT
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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
Bristol CityBristol City
2
1
FT
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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
Crawley TownCrawley Town
5
1
FT
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Ipswich TownIpswich Town
Birmingham CityBirmingham City
1
0
FT
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Victor Lindelof was not 'tough enough' for Birmingham move - Gary Rowett

Manchester United open their Carabao Cup campaign in style with a 4-1 win over Burton Albion.
Steve Nicol finds himself agreeing with Mou's comments that Marouane Fellaini deserves a new United contract this season.

Birmingham rejected the opportunity to sign Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof while he was at Benfica as he was not "tough enough," according to former manager Gary Rowett.

Lindelof, 23, joined United from Benfica during the summer for a reported £30.75 million, though he has yet to secure a regular starting spot under Jose Mourinho and is still awaiting his Premier League debut.

According to Rowett, who currently manages Derby, Championship club Birmingham opted against signing him...

 By PA Sport

Harry Redknapp drops retirement hint after sacking by Birmingham City

Harry Redknapp has left Birmingham after a run of seven defeats in 10 matches.

Harry Redknapp says there is "every chance'" Birmingham will be the last team he will manage following his sacking on Saturday.

Redknapp was axed after a 3-1 home loss to Preston -- a seventh defeat in 10 matches in all competitions this season.

Asked if he thought the St Andrew's job would be his last in management, Redknapp told BBC Radio 5 Live's Sportsweek programme: "Every chance ... I doubt it'll happen now very much.''

However, he continued: "I'm a realist. I could go and help someone. I...

 By PA Sport

Birmingham sack Harry Redknapp after home defeat to Preston

Harry Redknapp was only appointed as Birmingham boss in April.

Harry Redknapp has lost his job as Birmingham City manager after just 13 games in charge.

Former Tottenham boss Redknapp, 70, was brought in on a rescue mission at the end of last season when he succeeded in keeping the club in the Championship.

But a torrid start to this season has seen them win just two of their 10 games in all competitions, and the club's board made their move after Saturday's 3-1 home defeat to Preston.

In a statement, Birmingham said: "Unfortunately, due to the poor start to...

Preston hit back to see off Birmingham and move up to fourth

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Preston North EndPreston North End
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Preston scored three times in 12 second-half minutes as they hit back from a goal down to claim their first away win of the season at Birmingham.

Daniel Johnson cancelled out Maxime Colin's opener for the Blues before forward duo Jordan Hugill and Tom Barkhuizen struck soon afterwards to secure a 3-1 victory for Preston at St Andrew's.

It was a second win in a week for the Lilywhites, who had ended Cardiff's unbeaten start to the Championship season on Tuesday, and they have now collected 11 points...

Leeds United 2-0 Birmingham City

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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
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Leeds climbed top of the Sky Bet Championship as a 2-0 home win against Birmingham extended their unbeaten league start to to seven matches.

The West Yorkshire club were hanging on to a 1-0 lead in the closing stages against Birmingham, courtesy of Samuel Saiz's first-half effort, before substitute Stuart Dallas struck their second in the 90th minute.

But if Thomas Christiansen's side served warning of their promotion credentials in dazzling fashion by despatching Burton at Elland Road on Saturday,...