Date: 23rd February 2014 at 10:45am
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The Blues Collective are hosting an event in the Legends lounge at St Andrews giving fans the chance to put their questions to some of the most recognisable faces to wear royal blue in recent times.

The event is on the 4th April and the doors open at 6pm, tickets are £5 and can be found here.
Additionally you can text 07598 784 186 for further details.

The evening will include extended highlights of the play-off final and a question and answer session with three fantastic pros.

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Paul Devlin

A firm fan favourite for his approach to the game, Devlin spent two spells with Birmingham. The Birmingham born Scot made over 70 appearances 1996-98 before moving on to Sheffield United. After an initial loan period in 2002 Devlin returned to Birmingham permanently to play a further 47 Premier League games before being sold to Watford.

In 1996/7 Devlin started the season scoring in all three opening fixtures of the Football League Division 1, he was also dismissed twice that season against Bolton and Wrexham. Blues beat Bolton 3-1 and lost to Wrexham 3-1.

His last game for Birmingham was a 0-0 draw with the Saints in 2003 and the last time he scored was away at Tottenham the season before. A man who knows the club well and remembers his time with us fondly.

Geoff Horsfield

Horsfield played for Birmingham for 3 years after joining from Fulham in 2000. He made 108 appearances and scored 23 times. He is Birmingham`s most successful Premier League player as we covered some time ago Blues enjoyed the most points when he played.

His first goal for the club game 5 games into his term, scoring the equaliser away at West Brom. Horsfield went on to score 12 that season. As Blues gained promotion the next season Horsfield scored a further 12 goals, including the all important goal against Norwich in the Play-off final.

Horsfield`s last season with the club was its maiden season in the Premier League, including a partnership with Christophe Dugarry. In the big Birmingham Derby Horsfield scored in a 3-0 home win over Aston Villa. In the return away fixture he did it again in a 2-0 win that fans had dreamt about for many years, he cemented himself into royal blue history.

Just three games into the 03/04 season Geoff was sold to Wigan, his last appearance at St Andrews was a 1-0 win over Spurs.

Michael Johnson

A devoted servant to the club, Johnson made 262 appearances for Birmingham between 1995 and 2003. A regular Jamaica international, Johnson still follows Birmingham, that includes all the way to Wembley in 2011 as I managed to get a photo with the man himself (I obviously have good taste in seat choice).

Johnson was a regular in the Birmingham defence for many years and is of course one of the loved ones that got Birmingham promoted through the play-offs.

He has also scored in a derby game, Michael scored the winner against West Brom in 1998.

 
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