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Wembley Here We Come

Birmingham rallied to beat West Ham 3-1 after extra time today and set up a meeting with Arsenal in the League Cup final.

Craig Gardner was the match winner for Birmingham in a dramatic semifinal second leg at St. Andrew's.

He fired home from 25 yards in the fourth minute of extra time to earn the Midlands club a 4-3 aggregate win.

Carlton Cole scored a stunning goal in the 31st to put West Ham 3-1 up in the two-legged series but Birmingham took the game into extra time thanks to second-half goals by Lee Bowyer and Roger Johnson.

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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Thursday January 27 2011
Time: 7:09AM

Comments

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Sotv will sound good in there. COME ON YOU BLUES!!!!!!
Original Prankster
27/01/2011 08:17:00
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well done guys! congratulations!
Mikey Delap
27/01/2011 08:48:00
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SOTC will sound good when ur Relegated :) lol Apart from that well done guys, I have no doubt Arsenal will destroy you anyways. =]
Blitz
27/01/2011 14:20:00
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The Arse will smash you but at least u got there.
yidbarmy
28/01/2011 14:32:00
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another jealous vile fan's bitter message deleted [Edited by Foxxy]
oOHolteEnderzOo
28/01/2011 17:01:00
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dam right! well jealous of a club thats won naff all in 100 years :D
oOHolteEnderzOo
30/01/2011 21:47:00
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