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Gaffer's View - Bolton (a)



Birmingham managers Lee Clark was left fuming with his side after they returned to their old ways and were easily beaten at Bolton on Saturday.

It was another poor performance by Clark's men who had been on a bit of a mini revival of late.

Youngsters have been doing Clark proud, but it was the more experienced players that he has problems with and there could be even more changes on the way or Blues.

Clark told the Press Association: 'I heard a few rumblings from our supporters that we should be playing four-four-two, but (after Zigic was sent off) we now don't even have a fit or available striker for the next match, so how are we meant to do that?

'I'm absolutely furious with that performance today and I'll be working hard to address it.

'I'll play 11 teenagers if I have to. I know there is a fine crop of youngsters here who are ready to play and if the senior guys aren't up for it then they won't play.'

The Journalist

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Date:Monday December 31 2012

Time: 12:04AM

 

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