Vital Football

Latest Birmingham City News

McDermott's View - Bolton Home

McDermott's View - Bolton Home
Birmingham's assistant manager Terry McDermott says that he did not see the incident that lead to City's winner from the penalty spot just after half time.

Leroy Lita had already found the net for the first time in a Blues shirt to level the score, but then the trouble started when the linesman flagged for a penalty for Blues, something that Owen Coyle did not agree with.

But when asked about the incident, McDermott said to the clubs official website: 'I'm going to do my Arsene Wenger (impression) and say I didn't see it. 'And I honestly didn't!

'The linesman was in a great position and he gave it straight away, but I'll have to see it again.

'We've been on the wrong end of one or two decisions. They say they even themselves out over a season. We'll see.'


McDermott also admitted that he had seen a big change from the side that gave away a two goal lead to Nottingham Forest on Saturday.

He added: 'We had to battle today and we did.

'Bolton are going to be there or thereabouts at the end of the season and if we carry on with that effort there's no reason why we can't be up there as well.'

Writer:Foxxy
Date:Thursday September 20 2012
Time: 12:26PM

Comments

0
Have it your way..
80s Terrier
21/09/2012 16:40:00
Page 1/1
  1. 1

Login to post a comment

Recent Birmingham City Articles

QPR - The make or break game for Steve Cotterill

Vital Birmingham editor Tom Heslop discusses this weekend's fixture against Queens Park Rangers

Steve Cotterill - He's lost the fans but not the owners

Vital Birmingham editor Tom Heslop discusses the absue that Steve Cotterill got on Saturday afternoon at Craven Cottage

Pub Talk #2: Cotterill, Vetere, Dein and Stockdale

Rob Wildey offers his thoughts on all things related to Birmingham City. So grab a pint, take a seat and enjoy.

Burnley striker a January target for Blues

Jon Walters is available for loan

Birmingham City Archived Articles

Vital Birmingham articles from

Site Journalists

Tom Heslop
Editor email
Profile
Christopher Handy
no email
Profile
Saskia Bowes
no email
Profile
Rob Wildey
no email
Profile
Luke Turner
no email
Profile

Current Poll (see more polls)

Should Steve Cotterill stay on as Blues manager?
Suggested By:
Yes - get behind him20%
No - sack him 69%
Undecided - give him a bit more time11%
ScoopDragon Publishing Entire League Network of Sites
The Vital Football Members League
Latest F1 News
Latest Vital Boxing News
Vital Football Comment

Recent Birmingham City Results (view all)

Birmingham City Fixtures (view all)

Vital Members League Table

RankNamePoints
1.Ohio19
2.David Village13
3.Rob Wildey13
4.Kramer2
5.greatsince682
6.Bluesince19802
7.WhoRya1
8.Robert j Clancey 1
9.gazal1
Write for Vital Football