A look ahead to the big Midlands games in the Championship tonight.
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Birmingham City forward, Jesse Lingard, has extended his loan stay from Manchester United until January.
Lee Clark has signed Poland international Dariusz Dudka on a short-term contract. The 29-year-old has signed a two-month deal, which will take him up to 1 January, 2014, pending international clearance.
Dudka is predominantly a midfield anchorman but can also step in as a full-back or central defender if required.
The club says the Blues boss Lee Clark decided to offer him a contract having impressed on trial at Wast Hills during the last couple of weeks, during which time he also played for the Blues U21s.
Birmingham City are hosting a coffee morning today in support of a cancer charity.
Some of the players will join manager Lee Clark, staff and fans to play their part in the World's Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Birmingham City continued their excellent recent home form with a 4-0 win over Millwall.
Left-back, David Murphy, grabbed two goals. Tom Adeyemi scored from close range and Manchester United loanee, Jesse Lingard, added the fourth late on.
Birmingham have now won their last three home games after beating Sheffield Wednesday 4-1 and Premier League side, Swansea, 3-1.
Birmingham City manager, Lee Clark, says his players are gaining confidence and praised the discipline of his players during last night's 3-1 win over Swansea in the Capital One Cup.
The Blues won thanks to goals from Dan Burn, Matt Green and Tom Adeyemi. They now face East Midlands rivals, Stoke City, at St Andrew's in the next round.
Striker Marlon King has left Birmingham City by mutual consent, the club has announced.
The former Coventry man has been allowed to leave, as the Championship side try to reduce their wage budget.
Birmingham City striker, Marlon King, has left the club by mutual consent.
The striker’s contract was due to run until next summer, but after talks, both parties decided to part company.
King’s departure is likely down to Birmingham City’s need to reduce their wage bill, in order to meet financial fair play regulations.
The Jamaican international will be available as a free agent from September 2.
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