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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
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2
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2
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Sheffield WednesdaySheffield Wednesday
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2
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Leeds UnitedLeeds United
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4
0
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3
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Nov 8, 2014

Rowett remains unbeaten

Birmingham CityBirmingham City
Cardiff CityCardiff City
0
0
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Gary Rowett's unbeaten start as Birmingham manager continued with a spirited goalless draw against Cardiff.

Former Birmingham loanee Federico Macheda stabbed home early in the second half for Cardiff and Blues substitute Wes Thomas also had the ball in the net, but both were denied by the flag as Rowett moved to three games unbeaten since replacing Lee Clark while Cardiff await their first away league win this season.

The home side finished with 10 men as Thomas saw red for an off-the-ball incident...

Nov 4, 2014

Donaldson double rouses Birmingham

Birmingham CityBirmingham City
WatfordWatford
2
1
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Clayton Donaldson's deadly double gave Gary Rowett his first win as Birmingham boss as they downed Watford 2-1.

Revitalised under Rowett, Birmingham recorded just their second home league win in over a year thanks to Donaldson's late winner.

The striker had put the hosts ahead inside the first two minutes before Fernando Forestieri's leveller in Rowett's first home game in charge.

And Donaldson headed in David Cotterill's cross with five minutes left as Birmingham exorcised the demons of the 8-0 home...

Nov 1, 2014

Spoils shared in Midlands derby

Wolverhampton WanderersWolverhampton Wanderers
Birmingham CityBirmingham City
0
0
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Birmingham held Wolves to a gritty 0-0 draw at Molineux as the hosts went top of the Sky Bet Championship.

The point was enough to take Kenny Jackett's side top ahead of the later fixtures - but it was an uninspiring Midlands derby.

Dave Edwards hit the bar for Wolves while Birmingham's Jonathan Grounds escaped a clear handball in the area.

Koby Arthur and Clayton Donaldson wasted the committed visitors' best chances in Gary Rowett's first game in charge.

He made four changes from the side thumped 8-0...

 By PA Sport
Oct 27, 2014

Gary Rowett leaves Burton Albion to become Birmingham City manager

The 40-year-old coach returns to St Andrew's14 years after he was sold to Leicester as a player.

Gary Rowett has left Burton Albion to become Birmingham's new manager.

Burton have announced the 40-year-old has been appointed as the replacement for the sacked Lee Clark at the Blues and will take his backroom staff of Kevin Summerfield, Kevin Poole and Mark Sale with him to St Andrew's.

He joins a side reeling from Saturday's 8-0 home hammering by Bournemouth which left them second bottom in the Championship.

Rowett was the...

Oct 25, 2014

Birmingham battered by Bournemouth

Birmingham CityBirmingham City
AFC BournemouthAFC Bournemouth
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8
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Bournemouth romped to an outstanding 8-0 victory at managerless Birmingham as the misery continued for the home fans.

A goal down in two minutes to Brett Pitman and reduced to 10 men three minutes later it proved a nightmare for Birmingham's caretaker boss, Malcolm Crosby.

They could do nothing right and Bournemouth capitalised on the situation to add two further first half goals through Callum Wilson and Matt Ritchie.

Marc Pugh added the fourth, fifth and seventh goals after the break with substitute...