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Birmingham City squad numbers 2008/09

Birmingham City have released the new squad numbers for the 2008/09 season and they are as follows....

1) Maik Taylor
2) Stephen Kelly
3) David Murphy
5) Martin Taylor
6) Liam Ridgewell
7) Sebastian Larsson
8) Garry O'Connor
9) Kevin Phillips
10) Cameron Jerome
11) Gary McSheffrey
12) Mehdi Nafti
13) Colin Doyle
15) Radhi Jaidi
16) James McFadden
17) Jordon Mutch
21) Stuart Parnaby
22) Damien Johnson
23) Marcus Bent
25) Sone Aluko
26) Lee Carsley




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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 22 2008

Time: 10:20AM

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I feel that Jerome should have got number 9 the striker that has been at the club the longest should be given the number 9. Overall I can't say I'm very impressed why no '4'?
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