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Thoughts of manager Alex McLeish after he watched his side pick up a useful point at the City of Manchester Stadium.

The Birmingham boss seemed relaxed following the goalless draw at Manchester City.

A struggling Birmingham side were expected to get nothing from their trip and even McLeish admitted he`d have taken a point before kick-off

'I was never comfortable,' he said.

'The second half in particular was a bit scary but the longer the game went I felt we could just nick something.'

McLeish confirmed midfielder Craig Gardner suffered an ankle injury.

'He was struggling even before City came out for the second-half,' said McLeish. 'But we stood firm. Everyone put a shift in for us.

'We know we have a big fight in this league but we are not getting panicky and paranoid looking at league tables in November.'



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Date:Sunday November 14 2010

Time: 5:41PM

 

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