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Defeat piles pressure on Pearce

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Gary Rowett got his Birmingham revolution back on track and piled more pressure on opposite number Stuart Pearce as three goals in 10 first-half minutes helped them snatch a 3-1 win over Nottingham Forest at the City Ground.

The Blues manager tasted defeat for only the second time since returning to St Andrew's when they were hammered 4-0 by Derby on Boxing Day. But two goals from Clayton Donaldson and another from David Cotterill, all in a 10-minute spell prior to the interval, helped stretch Forest's...

Rams' raid gives hosts the Blues

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Derby CountyDerby County
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Steve McClaren's Derby rediscovered their winning formula as knock-out goals from Jordon Ibe, Chris Martin, Craig Forsyth and Johnny Russell paved the way to an impressive Boxing Day 4-0 away win over Birmingham.

Derby always had the edge as they stepped up the pace to inflict only Birmingham's second home defeat under new manager Gary Rowett.

The Blues never recovered from an early strike by Ibe when the pacy winger, who had a short spell at St Andrew's on loan from Birmingham, forced home a close-range...

Huddersfield Town 0-1 Birmingham City

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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
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Midfielder David Cotterill lit up an otherwise dour SkyBet Championship encounter with a stunning free-kick to earn Birmingham a 1-0 win against Huddersfield.

The swerve on Cotterill's 70th-minute effort appeared to deceive Huddersfield keeper Alex Smithies.

Blues striker Clayton Donaldson was fouled on the right edge of the box by Anthony Gerrard and Cotterill stepped up for the set-piece.

Smithies seemed to have the shot covered but as he put his hands up to catch the ball it moved in mid-air.

And...

Birmingham City 6-1 Reading

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ReadingReading
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Birmingham's renaissance under Gary Rowett got firmly back on track with a ruthless obliteration of shell-shocked Reading in the Sky Bet Championship.

The wide margin was harsh on the Royals as Birmingham, who lost for the first time under Rowett at Blackpool last week, led 4-1 at half-time through Paul Caddis' opener and a slick Demarai Gray hat-trick.

Glenn Murray had pulled it back to 2-1 earlier, but Rowett's side refused to let up and Andrew Shinnie and David Cotterill rounded off a clinical afternoon's...

Clark haunts former club Blues

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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
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Steve Davies' second-half strike helped Blackpool to only their second Sky Bet Championship win of the season as Lee Clark's men beat his former side Birmingham 1-0 at Bloomfield Road.

Davies scored the only goal in the second half to give bottom-of-the-table Blackpool all three points and lift them to within eight points of safety.

The defeat is Birmingham's first in their last six games and their first since Gary Rowett took charge, while the Seasiders are now three games unbeaten.

David Cotterill...