There has been a lot of speculation floating about since Birmingham City sacked their manager Lee Clark.
Who will be chosen to take over, and will they be able to work their magic and pull the Blues away from the relegation zone?
James Clark reports.
Birmingham City are continuing to hunt for a new manager following the sacking of Lee Clark on Monday.
Yesterday it was reported that Burton Albion manager Gary Rowett had been approached by Birmingham about the job.
- Gary Rowett - 8/15
- Karl Robinson - 11/2
- Mike Phelan - 6/1
- Owen Coyle - 9/1
- Richard Beale - 10/1
- Chris Hughton - 16/1
It is being reported that Burton Albion manager Gary Rowett has been approached by Birmingham City over their vacant manager's position.
Rowett played for Birmingham during his playing career almost 100 times and has been a favourite to take over at St. Andrews since Clark's departure.
The Blues lost 1-0 away at Blackburn last night with co-caretaker manager Malcolm Crosby in charge.
An approach by Birmingham City has also apparently been declined by MK Dons over their manager Karl Robinson.
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Birmingham City has 'parted company' with manager Lee Clark.
The club say the search for a replacement has begun and they wish to make an appointment "in the very near future".
The club has also 'parted company' with assistant manager Steve Watson.
Reports are suggesting the acting chairman of Birmingham City, Peter Pannu, is to step down by the end of the month.
The club have said they have no comment to make, but ITV News Central understands any announcement will be made via the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Pannu's contract with the club was due to end at the end of the month.
Birmingham City FC have signed Denny Johnstone from Celtic.
The 19-year-old forward arrives at St Andrews on a three-year-deal after the Blues agreed compensation with the Hoops.
The Scotland U19 international has attracted interest from a number of clubs since turning down a fresh contract offer from Celtic to test himself in English football.
Birmingham City have signed George Best. Of course, the original George Best died nine years ago, but they have signed David Cotterill, who has the legend's full name as two of his middle names.
ITV News Central correspondent Steve Clamp asked the midfielder about his name as Birmingham's players returned to training this morning.
Former Doncaster Rovers midfield David Cotterill has joined Blues on a two-year-deal.
The 26-year-old welsh international is the club's eight summer signing.
Birmingham City will begin the 2014-15 season in the Championship with a trip to Middlesbrough.
The Molineux derby against Wolves is on November 1st, with the St Andrew's return on April 11st.
On Boxing Day, Blues host Derby County followed by Nottingham Forest two days later.