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It's Hughton or Di Matteo For Blues Hotseat.

Sky Sports sources have reported that the race for the manager`s seat at St Andrews is now between Chris Hughton and Roberto Di Matteo.

Blues are looking to appoint a new manager very soon and it will be one or the other of the above after both candidates have been seen again this week. Initially there was six names on the shortlist.

Gianfranco Zola who was also a tip to take the job is no longer in the running.

Whoever gets the job will have to get stuck in straight away as he will have to put together a side that has the capability of getting the club back in the Premier League next season.

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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 20 2011

Time: 12:30PM

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Got to admit that I feel very pleased about this, they are the best two out of the six that stood a chance and either will bring better times to Birmingham, not to mention decent football. My own choice would be Hughton, thats the man I have wanted to see installed right from the start of this mess. KRO
foxxy
I feel that the best thing to come about this is that the board want someone who the fans also want, but not just because the fans want. We'll all be singing from the same prayer book next season at the very least and I think that we can do verywell indeed thank you very much.
marky bcfc
 

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