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Birmingham City

Founded: 1875
Stadium: St Andrews (30,009)
Nickname: The Blues

Birmingham Tickets Season 2012-13

Birmingham City look to be real contenders for the playoffs of the nPower Championship, with Lee Clark now in charge. With young talent such as Jack Butland and Ravel Morrison in the squad alongside experienced heads such as Stephen Carr, Steven Caldwell, Darren Ambrose, Peter Lovenkrands and Nikola Zigic,  the Blues have a real chance of promotion to the Barclays Premier League.

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Birmingham City achieve season goal in February

Birmingham take on Blackburn at Ewood Park this Saturday, having already reached their goal of 40 points for the season. Compare and buy Birmingham City tickets online.

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Fulham v Spurs tickets available for this Saturday

AVB's Spurs travek to Craven Cottage this Saturday and we can confirm tickets to see Fulham vs Tottenham are still on sale.

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Newcastle United vs Manchester United tickets available from £36.00

Cheap tickets to see Manchester United take on Newcastle United on 7th October 2012.

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Chelsea star Torres makes swipe at former club Liverpool

Chelsea striker Fernando Torres says Liverpool's future is not bright.

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Manchester United will sign Sneijder for less than 30 million pounds, says agent

Internazionale star Wesley Sneijder could move to Manchester United for far less than expected

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West Brom boss 'delighted' with survival

West Brom manager Roy Hodgson has praised his team after yesterday's win against Aston Villa all but secured the Baggies' Premier League status.

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Tottenham boss demands goal-line technology

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has said that the lack of goal-line technology is "unbelievable", following yesterday's defeat at Chelsea.

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Arsene Wenger 'more frustrated than ever'

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that this season has been the toughest he has experienced since joining the clun in 1996.

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Andy Carroll to miss Newcastle reunion

Liverpool striker Andy Carrol is set to sit out the match against old club Newcastle because of a knee injury.

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Title race not over, says Alex Ferguson

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson believes the Premier League title race is still alive, despite his team's six point lead with just four games to play.

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Thomas Vermaelen declares himself fit for league run-in

Arsenal's Thomas Vermaelen has said he has recovered from an Achilles tendon injury and is ready to return to action.

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Tottenham still in fourth place race, says Harry Redknapp

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp believes his team are still in with a chance of grabbing fourth place in the Premier League and reaching the Champions League once again.

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Harry Redknapp says star players will not leave

Harry Redknapp has asserted that none of his Tottenham stars will be leaving the club, even if Spurs fail to qualify for the Champions League next season.

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Tottenham must finish fourth, says Garth Crooks

Former Tottenham star Garth Crooks has stated that Spurs must finish in the Premier League top four if they want to continue to improve as a team.

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Roberto Mancini 'surprised but happy' with important win

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has stated that he was surprised after his team dominated Sunderland in a 5-0 victory yesterday.

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Mohammed Al Fayed defends Fulham's Michael Jackson statue

Mohammed Al Fayed has told fans they can "go to hell" if they do not like the new statue of Michael Jackson outside Fulham FC's Craven Cottage stadium, according to BBC Sport.

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Carlton Cole fools media

West Ham striker Carlton Cole has pulled an April Fools' joke on twitter, catching out many national news websites.