Date: 27th December 2019 at 7:00pm
Written by: Mark Day

This is meant to be the season to be jolly, but it looks as if that sentiment hasn’t made its way to the Birmingham City fans.

Having failed to win a game since the start of the month, the bad feelings are slowly making their way back into the St Andrew’s faithful after yesterday’s draw with Blackburn Rovers, although it’s still not quite as bad as it was at points earlier in the campaign.

Speaking after the game, Blues boss Pep Clotet spoke about how the draw was actually a very good result for his side, especially considering how tough it is going to Ewood Park:

“Blackburn have only lost two games at home and they are on a really good form at the minute, so we knew it was going to be very difficult. At the same time the pitch is not in its best shape so we had to tweak a few of our things and I think it paid off well.”

But that explanation doesn’t seem to be enough for a number of fans, as they think that this result, tied with the string of poor results that preceded it, haven’t been good enough, with many of them believing that it should be the end of the road for the Spaniard.

Will Pep Clotet stay in the dugout all season?

Yes

Yes

No

No

Less than a month after being given the role full-time, would you be surprised if they decided to make a change in the dugout?

 
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