Some fantastic players have graced the pitch in a Blue shirt over the years, and we’ve been lucky to enjoy their pursuits often for years at a time.
However, as with anything, their spells and careers eventually come to an end, and that’s been the case for former Brum man David Cotterill this week.
— David Cotterill (@cotterill_david) October 17, 2018
He played for Blues between 2014 and 2017, making over 100 appearances in the process. A winger by trade, he was particularly impactful when running down the flanks and looking to put in a cross or a through ball towards goal. He had great accuracy and was always trying to make things happen. Though not always a regular, he was often reliable and it’s clear that he won’t be forgotten by fans anytime soon.
Take a look at what Blues fans have had to say, and let us know your memories of him below…
Good luck Cotts for the future whatever you do it will be a success! Thx for all the great pix over your time @BCFC ,if your are ever at loose end on a Saturday afternoon, I could always do with an assistant! will keep you updated on all the new Lego stuff
— Roy Smiljanic (@roy_smiljanic) October 17, 2018
Best of luck for the future & thanks for the memories, #KRO the bald Bale !
— Blue Tone (@BlueTone65) October 17, 2018
Just wanna say thank you for playing for Birmingham we enjoyed you down here all the best for your future kro your always welcome to come and see us play pic.twitter.com/Czit7YtnLn
— Nathan (@nathancarty112) October 17, 2018
— Carl Mapp (@carlm1978) October 17, 2018
David, there were people at the Blues, myself included, that were sometimes critical of your performances. But you were one of the best crossers of the ball that I’ve ever seen at the club. I know you’re ‘still good enough’ but I wish you well with your decision to retire #KRO
— Ewan Ogilvie (@EwanO) October 17, 2018
A quality winger thanks for being a bluenose and good luck with your future journey
— John Bassett (@Bertie2u) October 17, 2018
Wish you all the best with your retirement! KRO
— Blues 4 All (@blues_4_all) October 17, 2018