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Lee Clark has insisted Keith Fahey won’t be rushed back into action for Blues.Read
The ‘Bosman Blues’ continues.Read
LEE Clark has insisted Keith Fahey won’t be rushed back into action for Birmingham City.Read
Birmingham City has agreed an undisclosed deal with leisure firm EZE Group to become the club’s new official principal partner for the 2012/13 season.Read
Peter Lovenkrands has become Lee Clark's first signing as Birmingham boss, agreeing an initial two-year deal at St Andrew's following his release by Newcastle.Read
Colin Doyle has become the latest Birmingham City player to commit to the club.Read
Lee Clark got his wish when Stephen Carr signed on again at Birmingham City.Read
Birmingham City look to have lost their battle to keep Dave Watson at the club.Read
Lee Clark will be able to accelerate his squad-building in earnest after Birmingham City had their debilitating transfer embargo lifted.Read
New Birmingham City manager Lee Clark believes he is a lot wiser and more knowing.Read
Jordon Mutch has spoken of his ‘shock’ at the sudden transfer from Birmingham City to Cardiff City.Read
New Birmingham boss Lee Clark insists he has been made 100% clear on the situation at the troubled npower Championship club.Read
New Birmingham City manager Lee Clark has given a boost to West Brom fans by admitting the club is in talks over the sale of Ben Foster.Read
New Birmingham manager Lee Clark says the Blues are a "Premier League club in waiting" and has backed himself to build on the work done by predecessor Chris Hughton.Read
Former Huddersfield boss Lee Clark has been confirmed as the new manager of Birmingham City.
Birmingham City wonderkid Nathan Redmond is being eyed up by West Ham United.
Lee Clark is set to become Birmingham City manager after impressing in two interviews, reports claim.Read
Birmingham City are expected to name Lee Clark as the club's new manager.Read
Former Birmingham captain Martin O’Connor believes Chris Hughton’s departure was inevitable and says that Blues should have had a contingency plan to find a replacement.Read
Chris Hughton believes Birmingham City remain an attractive proposition for managers despite the off-field issues at St Andrew’s.Read
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