Date:Monday May 15 2006
Kenny Cunningham had every right to say what he did. Sullivan and Gold have every right to be offended. The buck stops with them and they don't like critisism. They also don't like losing fotball matches and money.
What ever reason Kenny had for his revelations he did it for the best interest of the club. There are people within the Club now who know what Kenny said was right.
Some of them are part of the problem so they won't be shouting from the roof tops.
Instead of winging about a now former player having a go at them maybe they should look into what was said. The Blues board is not populated by idiots and they know as well as the fans that if half what Kenny said was true then Birmingham City FC is a very sick animal indeed.
In the last three years Blues have travelled abroad pre-season. David Sullivan has not. Apart from the Malaysian trip which was a great event and coincided with our best start in the Premiership the others have been disasters.
Had Mr Sullivan bothered to show to these events where Blues have lost to Non League German sides and have embarrased the name and country by their desire not to be in Spain, he would have had the evidence to have acted there and then.
When we kicked off at Fulham in August surely he could see the total lack of preparation as the legs ran out.
Bruce will forever be remembered after defeats at QPR and Northampton for saying 'Wait till the real ball comes out'
When it did come out he resembled the 'pretend one' as we could not get one in the net very often. The French fitness coach was sacked soon after the season started. If the Blues' squad's fitness was the result of his expertise then rightly so.
He was never replaced however as Morrison was not replaced. The Blues paid the price for the penny pinching. Anyone can be forgiven for making a mistake but so often last year Blues never put matters right.
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