Oh the good old days, and with football now over once again for a while, it’s time to go down memory lane again.
Given the fees that are usually banded around when it comes to the club these days, I think that pretty much places him in the ‘bargain’ category.
The Australian made 140 appearances during his time at St Andrew’s, and even though he didn’t manage to find the back of the net too many times in his time here, he still managed to go down as something of a cult-hero in Small Heath, as part of the team that helped seal promotion to the Premier League back in 2002.
How much will Blues spend in this window?
More than £15m
£15m or less
Something you can tell judging by the responses to @BirminghamFanTV’s tweet on the matter.
Definitely in my top 10 @BCFC players of all time. Fantastic player.
— Dean Maddams (@MaddamsDean) July 28, 2020
He was class. His goal against Everton was unreal
— Steven burke (@burke_steven) July 28, 2020
One of my all time favourite players loved the way he would just run past people and whip a ball in where’s he now ?
— Dan (@danjo19881875) July 28, 2020
Brilliant servant to the club and a really nice bloke. Wish we had a few of his like in the team now
— Martin McEvilly (@MartinMcEvilly) July 28, 2020
The days when we had half decent owners, manager and players 🙄
— Darren Smith (@DarrenSmith1975) July 28, 2020
LOVED Stan the Man …. Great Times 💙
— Sue Wilson (@sues2009) July 28, 2020
What about you? What do you remember best about Lazaridis’ career with Blues?