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Birmingham Fans to Pack Out Kidderminster

Birmingham Fans to Pack Out Kidderminster

Kidderminster are in for a busy day when they take on Birmingham this weekend, Blues are reportedly taking around 2,000 fans to Hoo Road Ground with the gate now reaching 3,000 in total.

You can no longer buy tickets on the day, as the result of a recommendation from the local police. Kidderminster will instead extend the opening times of their shop to allow fans to still buy tickets. 16 Hours ago Blues confirmed they have plenty seating available so be sure to purchase them before travelling down.

The atmosphere of the game could make it more competitive if it is able to spur the players on. It is not surprising to see so many away fans going down, it has been a summer of football and that has no doubt given people motivation to get straight into the pre-season games.

Birmingham fans also attended the Cork game in great numbers, the local radio host said it was the larger contingent in years there, so that beats Baggies and Villa who have been there in recent years.

There are 1100 seats still available, with 2077 already sold. Expect a more competitive match strategy from Lee Clark with players getting 60-70 minutes and playing at a higher intensity.



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Writer:Christopher Handy
Date:Thursday July 24 2014
Time: 9:16AM

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Do you think he will go for 442 then?
Iknowmorethanblue
24/07/2014 10:01:00
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He may do, I think the plan is to try it at some point with Donaldson and Thomas up front. If he does, maybe Blues will finish with a 4411 as we lack numbers up there or Johnstone will be involved (not sure how the whole compensation works if he plays for us against another team)
Chrisblues
24/07/2014 10:05:00
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