There’s not a lot going on this week.
Because of City’s Carabao Cup match with Portsmouth being played last week, we sort of missed out on all the fun of having our game played at the same time as everyone else last night. As a result, there hasn’t been much to talk about.
So in these times, it’s always good to look into the past, to reminisce somewhat. Thankfully, Birmingham’s social media team had something up their sleeve.
Today marks the 33rd birthday of former City striker Cameron Jerome. Jerome signed for the Blues back in 2006 in a £3.5m deal from Cardiff City and racked up 200 appearances for the club in all competitions. Although he signed a five-year contract extension with the club in 2009, he would only see out two of them as he would move to Stoke City in 2011.
And the club decided to commemorate his birthday by reminding fans of that special goal at Anfield.
Such an iconic goal ????????
— Ryan (@OutrageousOdin) August 14, 2019
He has never hit a ball or controlled one like that since.
— James Woodfield (@woodybcfc) August 14, 2019
I’d just gone down to enjoy the half time hospitality at Anfield I looked up to the tv screen and thought “ I don’t remember that goal “, realising it had been scored on my way down the stairs ????. Fabulous strike
— Michael Lee Bromhall (@MickyBromhall) August 14, 2019
Remember going nuts in lanzarote when this went in
— mark mccausland (@MarkMcc1875) August 14, 2019
Unreal strike – one of Blues’ legends xoxo
— Alex Pawlowski (@AlexPawlowski8) August 14, 2019
This actually happened
— Craig ???? (@CraigDHoare) August 14, 2019
That's what you call 'BEAAAUUUUUUUTIFUL'. Must have won goal of the season.
— Martian Grave (@martian_grave) August 14, 2019
One of those goals that achieved a reaction of equal parts limbs, laughter and silence
— Benno (@Bluewurst1875) August 14, 2019