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2010 01 19 Retrieve
[Krystian Pearce joins Huddersfield Town from Birmingham City] Blues defender Krystian Pearce has today joined League One side Huddersfield Town. The 20-year-old has moved to Town on an emergency loan in the first instance, which will allow him to play in the Terriers’ league game against Bristol Rovers at the Galpharm Stadium this evening. Birmingham City Football Club would like to wish Krystian luck with his future career
2019 03 10 Retrieve
[Aston Villa skipper Grealish attacked by Birmingham fan during Second City Derby] Birmingham City Football Club would like to apologise to Jack Grealish and Aston Villa Football Club for an incident in this afternoon’s derby match.
We deplore the behaviour of the individual who committed this act and rest assured he will be banned from St. Andrew’s for life. The Club will also support any further punishment this individual may face in the eyes of the law.
The Club will be working with the relevant authorities to investigate all the circumstances and we will be reviewing our stadium safety procedures.
What happened has no place in football or society. Jack is a Birmingham lad and regardless of club allegiance should not have been subjected to this – there are no excuses.
Again, we apologise to Jack and all at Aston Villa Football Club
2019 07 24 Retrieve
[Chelsea centre-back Jake Clarke-Salter has joined Birmingham on a season-long loan] Blues have signed Jake Clarke-Salter on a season-loan from Chelsea. The Club beat off significant competition for the England Under-21s Captain. Clarke-Salter spent last season on loan to Vitesse Arnhem, impressing just like fellow new Blues recruit Dan Crowley did in the Eredivisie. The centre-half went to watch Blues in their pre-season friendly at Bristol Rovers on Saturday and that helped seal the deal for Pep Clotet. Other Championship clubs were keen on his signature, but the 21-year-old decided on joining the revamped Blues. The terms of the loan allow Clarke-Salter to appear for Blues in both the EFL and FA Cup.
2020 07 09 Retrieve
[Pep Clotet leaves Birmingham City before end of season] Pep Clotet has this evening left his position as head coach. He was due to step down at the season’s end but it was mutually agreed that he should relinquish the role immediately. The board would like to place on record its sincere thanks to Pep for his efforts during the past two years. We will be making no further comment at this time