Lots of Birmingham fans have been reacting to something very special that the club decided to do over the weekend.
What’s better than just having one tweet to reminisce about a point in the club’s past? Well, how about dedicating a whole day to it so we can go through the emotions of it in ‘real time’ as it were. Well that’s exactly what Birmingham City decided to do on Sunday, as they dedicated the whole day to reliving the 2011 League Cup final against Arsenal.
Will the 2011 Cup win ever be topped?
Goals from Nikola Zigic and Obafemi Martins won the game for the Blues on that famous day, and with there being no football on for the foreseeable future, the social media team decided to cheer Blues fans up a bit and let them relive that famous day on Twitter and let them celebrate those famous goals one more time.
A day in my life I’ll never forget till my dying breath
— keith beck (@keithbrumbeck) March 29, 2020
Absolutely incredible. This calls for a statue of McLeish and Yeung in the kop car park #BCFC
— Lee Camp's Topknot (@leecampstopknot) March 29, 2020
Wow first time I’ve watched the full re run since being at Wembley that famous day and have to say that winner was almost as emotional today 😭😭💙💙
— trevor reeves (@TrevReeves) March 29, 2020
Brilliant that was. How did we get relegated with that team!? 😤
— Dougie (@BBKDougieFresh) March 29, 2020
I was there it will be a night I'll never forget KRO
— shem (@shemtheory) March 29, 2020
On repeat and I was still nervous
— Max Bradley (@_Maxbradley_) March 29, 2020
I suppose the next question is, if this is what they had planned for this weekend, what match would you like the club to focus on next? In my mind, there’s only one choice.