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Clark Looks Beyond Cheltenham Result.

Lee Clark saw his side go down 1-0 to Cheltenham Town at the Abbey Business Stadium at the weekend, but was not too worried about the result.

Central defender Harry Hooman scored a very scruffy goal after just twelve minutes of the encounter and although it was Blues who dominated the game, they could not find a goal between them to ensure a result from the game.

That was thanks mainly to the form of Robins goalkeeper Scott Brown, he denied Birmingham time after time, including stopping two good efforts by Steven Carr.

Speaking to Blues' official website after the game, Clark said: 'There was some great individual performances and we've created a lot of opportunities.

'We just have to up our quality in the final third, although fair play to their keeper, he's made four or five very good saves."




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Date:Monday July 30 2012

Time: 8:10AM

 

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