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 By PA Sport
3 days ago

Gary Rowett leaves Burton Albion to become Birmingham City manager

The 40-year-old coach returns to St Andrew's14 years after he was sold to Leicester as a player.

Gary Rowett has left Burton Albion to become Birmingham's new manager.

Burton have announced the 40-year-old has been appointed as the replacement for the sacked Lee Clark at the Blues and will take his backroom staff of Kevin Summerfield, Kevin Poole and Mark Sale with him to St Andrew's.

He joins a side reeling from Saturday's 8-0 home hammering by Bournemouth which left them second bottom in the Championship.

Rowett was the...

5 days ago

Birmingham battered by Bournemouth

Birmingham CityBirmingham City
AFC BournemouthAFC Bournemouth
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Bournemouth romped to an outstanding 8-0 victory at managerless Birmingham as the misery continued for the home fans.

A goal down in two minutes to Brett Pitman and reduced to 10 men three minutes later it proved a nightmare for Birmingham's caretaker boss, Malcolm Crosby.

They could do nothing right and Bournemouth capitalised on the situation to add two further first half goals through Callum Wilson and Matt Ritchie.

Marc Pugh added the fourth, fifth and seventh goals after the break with substitute...

By ESPN Staff
6 days ago

Former Man United coach Mike Phelan favourite for Birmingham job - sources

Phelan (r) spent 14 years on United's backroom staff under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson.

Former Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan is Championship club Birmingham City's top target to take over from the sacked Lee Clark, sources told ESPN FC.

Phelan, who has been out of work since leaving Old Trafford when Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013, is the preferred choice of the Birmingham board.

Burton Albion manager Gary Rowett, who is a former Birmingham player, ranks second on their shortlist after masterminding their promotion push in League Two.

Phelan, 52, spent 14 years...

Oct 21, 2014

Marshall wins it for Rovers

Blackburn RoversBlackburn Rovers
Birmingham CityBirmingham City
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Ben Marshall scored for the second successive game to give Blackburn a 1-0 win over a Birmingham side under the caretaker charge of Malcolm Crosby.

Midfielder Marshall struck the decisive goal six minutes after half-time as he drifted in from the left to rifle a shot in off the post, and the visitors were given an uphill task on the hour as Neal Ardley saw red for a second booking.

Both sides had chances, with Birmingham's Clayton Donaldson prodding wide early on and Paul Caddis denied by Jason Steele.

After...

 By PA Sport
Oct 20, 2014

Birmingham City sack manager Lee Clark after disappointing run

Lee Clark (R) saw his fate sealed by a 1-0 home defeat to Bolton on Saturday.

Birmingham City have parted company with manager Lee Clark following a poor start to their 2014-15 Championship season.

The Blues are one place outside the relegation zone having won just two of their 12 league games so far, and only retained...