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Blues Start At Home

Blues Start At Home

The Championship fixture list has been announced, so now is the time to forget about last season and focus on our Promotion campaign!

The full fixture list is available from the official site: Click Here

Blues start the 2006/2007 season at home to Colchester on August 5th. That game is swiftly followed by away ties against Sunderland who will also be looking to bounce straight back up to the Premiership and Stoke City.

Blues face our first local derby on October 28th v WBA followed on Oct 31st with a trip to Coventry. Our first game against Wolves is at St Andrews on November 18th.

Can't wait for it to all get started as the World Cup is beginning to bore me with it's over-hyped games!


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

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Date:Thursday June 22 2006
Time: 11:12AM

Comments

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Bring them all on, I'm actually excited for the new season and new challenge now.
Lazaridis
22/06/2006 11:32:00
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******* FA, how do they expect fans to attend games if they won't release fixture lists without grabbing money first. I always thought the William Hill case had sorted out this joke.
Blackeye
22/06/2006 14:20:00
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C'mon blackeye, we all know now that football cares more about money than it does the fans. I 4-1 cannot wait for the bubble to burst and we can go back to the good old days. Call me luddite if you will, but at least the working man could afford to watch his team play in those days.
FEn_100
23/06/2006 03:08:00
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