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McLeish - 'Worst Moment In My Career.'

McLeish - 'Worst Moment In My Career.'

Alex McLeish says that relegation to the Championship with Birmingham is the lowest point in his career, but he says that he will do his very, very best to bring the club back to the Premier League.

A 2-1 loss at Tottenham on the last day of the season sealed their fate, it`s not the first time that McLeish has taken City down, but he says it`s the worst moment in his 17 year career.

McLeish said: 'It's probably the worst moment of my career because I have been in charge of the team the whole year.

'They're my lads. I picked them. I built the squad and it's a low for me in my career but it's not a fail. I will bounce back.'


The former Scotland boss wants to remain at St Andrews, but he will be having talks with owner Carson Yeung this week over his future.

'I have a good contract. As far as I'm aware I will be honouring that,' McLeish said.

'I will chat with the owner during the week and we will see what the game plan is with everybody.'




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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Monday May 23 2011
Time: 12:21PM

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What a comedy your club is. Absolute bunch of clowns, hahaha so funny :) You've just announced McLeish is staying on for next season, enjoy the long ball game in the Championship, you'll blend right in lmao. UTV
Valiant Villan™
23/05/2011 12:55:00
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Second worst moment in his career - being offered the job in the first place.
onlyteaminthemids
23/05/2011 13:05:00
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just to make them feel better: ................................................................................................... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xu_bYcnnXSY&feature=related
Avillian136
23/05/2011 14:01:00
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