Date: 23rd August 2018 at 5:00pm
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I’m not going to be overly negative about last night’s display. We have been poor away from home for a very long time, and despite the result against Bolton, there were some positive signs that we are improving on the road.

The Trotters went joint top by getting the three points, and we were in command for a fair amount of the game. Still, it all comes down to the result at the end of the day. And it’s familiar failings that are letting us down.

After the game, blogger Daniel Ivery tweeted a short, succinct description of what he expects this season to be for the Blues:

Fans responded with a variety of reactions:

Garry Monk can only work with the tools with which he has been given, and I think it’s fair to assume there would have been a significant overhaul of the squad if we hadn’t fallen foul of the EFL’s FFP regulations.

As it is, we have to make do with what we have. Personally, I think our home form will help us avoid another year flirting with relegation, but we will have to wait and see.

 
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2 Replies to “‘Monk isn’t a miracle worker’ – Intense Debate Among Birmingham Fans About Season Prospects”

  • Who cares what Daniel Ivery thinks he is a troublemaker he is the one that outed us to the hole world.

    If it was not for him the club could have gone quality about business and got what they needed for Stokdale and Co.

    He made that in posable because any takers then know we need the money so offer as little as possible.

    We are not the only club in this situation but we are the only club that had Daniel Ivery broadcasting it.

    And then every news reporter jumped on the bandwagon to kick us why we are down.

    Thanks Daniel Ivery.

  • Although he is no miracle worker,he must surely be held responsible for zero goals in the last four games.After Forest and another pointless game,our situation will intensify.We have never been prolific scorers but this level of sterile strikers will see our home for the next eight months rooted in the basement three.

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