After Birmingham City's defeat to QPR yesterday, manager Gianfranco Zola was 'surrounded' at Birmingham New Street Station. The Coventry branch of the British Transport Police came to his aid and tweeted this selfie.
Birmingham City star Craig Gardner will be paying for fifty families to see the Blues play QPR this weekend at home.
All children under the age of 16 will be charged £1 to see the fixture, under the club's 'Kids for a Quid' scheme.
It's important we continue to attract families and the younger generation of fans. All the players appreciate the support we are being given as the manager changes things and hopefully the atmosphere will be like it was in the last match at St. Andrew's, when there was a real coming together.
Birmingham City is set to unevil two new signings today. Our reporter Robert Townsend is at the press conference:
Birmingham City have lost their FA Cup third round replay against Newcastle. They were beaten 3-1.
A goal from David Cotterill in the 71st minute wasn't enough to save them. Birmingham have yet to win under Gianfranco Zola since he replaced Gary Rowett.
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Former Italian international Gianfranco Zola has been chosen to manage the club replacing Gary Rowett.Read the full story ›
Birmingham City has announced that Gianfranco Zola has been appointed their new manager.
The news comes after the unexpected sacking of manager Gary Rowett after two years at the club.
The former Italian international, West Ham United and Watford manager, has been chosen by new owners Trillion Trophy Asia Limited.
Gianfranco and his backroom team have all agreed two-and-a-half-year contracts.
We are delighted to welcome Gianfranco and his backroom team to the Club.
His pedigree, philosophy and ambition fits with what we would like to achieve as we move in a new direction.
Gianfranco has a wealth of top-level experience as both manager and player and we are extremely excited about his appointment.
Birmingham City has unexpectedly sacked their manager Gary Rowett.
His side are lying just three points - from third position in the Championship.
Not only have Blues fans reacted in disbelief to the news this afternoon, former player Paul Devlin says he doesn't think anyone saw it coming:
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People have taken to social media following news that Gary Rowett has been sacked from Birmingham City after two years at the club.
Blues fans reacted in disbelief to the news.
Many tweeted messages of support for Mr Rowett who is a popular figure in the game.
James Allen tweeted: "Gary Rowett one of the best young British coaches around... shows how shallow clubs have become."
Blues fan Dan Rice tweeted: "I've seen some crazy things happen down the Blues over the years. But sacking Gary Rowett comes top of the lot #Baffled."
Gary Rowett one of the best young British coaches around. Worked wonders to put #BCFC back on course. Shows how shallow clubs have become.
Gutted for Gary Rowett. Not only a nice person but also has his head screwed on. He'll have another job in no time
I've seen some crazy things happen down the Blues over the years. But sacking Gary Rowett right now appears to top the lot. #baffled