At some point we’re going to have to break this cycle.
Having not had a draw since the middle of August, the Blues have now had three on the spin, and all by the same scoreline.
The latest one came in a 1-1 draw at home to Millwall, with Jake Clarke-Salter scoring the equaliser, which made the decision to start him seem pretty justified, given the talk that had surrounded his place in the first-team ahead of the game.
So whilst it wasn’t a negative result, I don’t think you can really classify it as a positive result either, however Birmingham City fans decided to fall on the former side of the fence when it came to their feelings about the game. Which is a little bit surprising, given that they had lost back to back games before this stretch; it’s still a step forward in a sense.
Suddenly from no draws to only draws
— Raouf Swedek (@RaoufSwedek) November 30, 2019
— Andre (@Andre24053) November 30, 2019
Whats a win?
— Travis (@Tster48) November 30, 2019
Should be winning these games, but a point is better than none
— Callum_KRO (@CallumKro) November 30, 2019
We certainly didn’t create enough to win that game. If it wasn’t for Trueman we’d have lost 3 or 4-1. Abject performance
— Dale Breecher (@djbreecher) November 30, 2019
Not really good enough, what are the club’s ambitions?, we sack 2 managers doing a great job Rowett and Monk, and then we slip back into lower mid table.
— keith (@kdjltd) November 30, 2019
Got to win these games if we’re gonna do remotely anything
— Max Bradley (@maxbradley_) November 30, 2019
Not good enough
— Nigel Green (@GreenieandTink) November 30, 2019
Are you happy with this recent run of draws?
Rather that, than a step back, don’t you think?