This is a Photo Blog with Photos from St Andrew's home of Birmingham City FC, Brummagem, Chelmsley Wood,football related pictures and a bit of other stuff for good measure. Feel free to post comments.

Friday, 24 April 2009

Friday, 10 April 2009

Tony Hancock

A tribute to one of Birmingham's comic greats in Old Square Birmingham City Center.

Another Pub closed

The Local in Arran Way Smith's Wood, closed down and ready for demolition. Another pub gone and more English culture eroded.

Tuesday, 7 April 2009

Cameron Jerome

Cameron Jerome scoring the first goal against Wolves on 06/042009, Blues won 2-0.

Lee Carsley's red card

A shocking tackle by Lee Carsley of Blues on Chris Iwelumo of Wolves, he got a deserved red card. Blues won 2-0 despite having Carsley sent off after 37 minutes with the game at 0-0.

Monday, 6 April 2009

French Franck

Well done to Franck Queudrue on his performances this season for the Blues, possibly will be voted player of the season by the fans, he's given 100% in every game he's played this season, nothing remarkable really, but given the fact co owner David Sullivan launched a verbal assault on him before the season started, branding him a "complete waste of space". Well done Frank.

Sunday, 5 April 2009

England v Ukraine

A great last ditch goal by John Terry gave England a 2-1 victory over Ukraine, this keeps England's World Cup Qualification right on track with a 100% record, pictures from ITV's match coverage.

John Terry waits to lead England out of the tunnel.

The two national flags laid out on the Wembley turf before kick off.

Fabio Capello, could this be the man to lead England back to World Cup Glory?

The England team line up before the kick off against Ukraine.

Crouch fires home the first goal from close range.

Rooney's full blooded flying tackle.

John Terry about to score the winner.

Mad Malik

Mad Malik as he's known to his fans, he can be seen singing,dancing,shouting abuse and gesturing on the roadside, a familiar sight on Victoria Street and Green Lane in Small Heath, loved by the passing motorists.