Vital Football

Latest Birmingham City News

Clark's View - Watford Away

Clark's View - Watford Away
Lee Clark admitted that his side were just not on the ball after going down 2-0 to Watford on Saturday.

The Blues boss said that his side were second best in every department and he wants to see a massive improvement from the players from here on in.

Watford simply outclassed City and were good value for their win although things were slightly better for Blues in the second half.

But for 60 minutes they just looked like they couldn't be bothered.
Clark told the Sunday Mercury:

"Watford were excellent and I wouldn`t dare take anything away from their performance but we contributed massively to our own downfall.

"They were two very poor goals that we gave away and in general it was a very poor performance in the first half. Were we second best? Without doubt, you`re 100 percent spot-on. Every part of the game, Watford were superior to us."

Writer:Foxxy
Date:Sunday August 26 2012
Time: 5:11PM

Comments

0
Weve heard,and seen it all before at Huddersfield.Nobody could understand why we got shut! Looks like your finding out the hard way.IMO he's even worse than bruce.
deano deano deano
26/08/2012 17:36:00
0
Oh,sorry,just seen the picture at the top of the page again,yes its the arms folded and face screwed up stage.Your in for a treat the best is yet to come.Pity his football isnt anywhere near as entertaining.
deano deano deano
26/08/2012 18:25:00
0
We'll judge him on his time here not some two bit crappy yorkshire outfit
BluenoseTrev
27/08/2012 17:59:00
0
He he he...Dont say you werent warned..You will be an easy 6 points for us this season..
Deano Deano Deano
28/08/2012 17:51:00
Page 1/1
  1. 1

Login to post a comment

Recent Birmingham City Articles

A Point Is A Point

Sask's opinion of the game today; Birmingham City away to Rotherham

Birmingham City youngster joins non-league Nuneaton

Blues' teenage midfielder Wes McDonald has joined non-league side Nuneaton Town on a one-month loan

The Hosts - Rotherham United

Rob Wildey takes a look at Saturday's hosts, Rotherham United.

Opinion: Lets start again at Rotherham United

Tom Heslop discusses how Birmingham City can get back to winning ways this weekend against the Millers and what he hopes a win could do for the squad

Archived Vital Birmingham Articles

Vital Birmingham articles from

Site Journalists

Tom Heslop
Profile
Christopher Handy
Profile
Saskia Bowes
Profile
Rob Wildey
Profile
Luke Turner
Profile

Current Poll (see more polls)

Where do we need to strengthen in the emergency loan window?
Suggested By: Tom Heslop
In goal8%
In defence45%
In midfield9%
In attack38%
ScoopDragon Publishing Entire League Network of Sites

League Table

# Team P W D L Pts. GD
1 Hull City 30 18 5 7 59 28
2 Middlesbrough 29 17 6 6 57 23
3 Burnley 31 15 11 5 56 22
4 Brighton 30 15 11 4 56 10
5 Sheff Wed 31 14 11 6 53 16
6 Derby County 31 13 12 6 51 13
7 Birmingham 31 13 9 9 48 8
8 Ipswich 31 13 9 9 48 1
9 Cardiff 31 11 13 7 46 5
10 Forest 31 10 12 9 42 4
11 Preston 31 10 12 9 42 0
12 Wolves 31 10 10 11 40 -2
13 Brentford 31 11 7 13 40 -6
14 Q.P.R. 31 9 12 10 39 -1
15 Reading 31 9 10 12 37 0
16 Leeds Utd 30 8 12 10 36 -5
17 Huddersfield 31 9 8 14 35 -2
18 Fulham 30 7 11 12 32 -3
19 Blackburn 29 6 13 10 31 -2
20 MK Dons 31 8 7 16 31 -17
21 Bristol City 31 7 10 14 31 -21
22 Rotherham 31 7 5 19 26 -19
23 Charlton 31 5 10 16 25 -30
24 Bolton 31 4 12 15 24 -22
Latest F1 News
Latest Vital Boxing News

Birmingham City Fixtures (view all)

Feb 13 2016 3:00PM : Rotherham United (a)
Sky Bet Championship
Feb 20 2016 3:00PM : Leeds United (H)
Sky Bet Championship
Feb 23 2016 7:45PM : Bolton Wanderers (H)
Sky Bet Championship
Feb 27 2016 3:00PM : Queens Park Rangers (a)
Sky Bet Championship
Mar 3 2016 7:45PM : Hull City (H)
Sky Bet Championship
Mar 8 2016 7:45PM : Blackburn Rovers (a)
Sky Bet Championship

Recent Birmingham City Results (view all)

Vital Members League Table

RankNamePoints
1.WayCoolBlue10
2.David Village8
3.BcfcTom5
4.Moshen4
5.Rob Wildey3
6.LukeTurner2
7.HenryKJ1