Date: 18th July 2018 at 1:30pm
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After losing out on Ipswich Town’s Bartosz Bialkowski, fans are now wondering where the club’s goalkeeper search will head next.

Former Dutch international keeper Tim Krul is available on a free transfer after leaving Brighton at the end of last season.

The 30-year-old has struggled with injuries for the past few years but some supporters on Twitter started discussing whether we should try to bring in the ex Newcastle player:


Krul has suffered a couple of serious knee injuries which have taken their toll. Although an experienced goalkeeper, I don’t think he’d be an improvement on either Stockdale or Kuszczak.

He could probably be brought in on a short-term basis, but other than that, I struggle to see why it would be a good move for us.

What do you think? Is the Dutchman someone Garry Monk should consider as a possible solution for our goalkeeping situation? Let me know in the poll:


One Reply to “‘Would make perfect sense’ – Birmingham Fans Debate Whether Club Should Gamble On Ex Dutch International”

  • He is 30 with injury concerns would it not be better to look at someone about 25. Who would still be not at his peak. And could stay at the club 7-10 years!

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