Date: 15th August 2017 at 10:40pm
Written by:
Birmingham City
0 – 0
Bolton Wanderers

St Andrews

Championship

15 August

Attendance: 20,215

Referee: Darren England

Birmingham City Bolton Wanderers
David Stockdale Mark Howard
Emilio Nsue Dorian Dervite
Michael Morrison Shotton Reece Burke
Marc Roberts Mark Beevers
Jonathan Grounds Filipe Morais
 
David Cotterill Darren Pratley
Cheick Ndoye Jutkiewicz Josh Cullen
Craig Gardner Jem Karacan
Marcel Kieftenbeld Andrew Taylor
Jacques Maghoma
 
Gary Madine Wilbraham
Clayton Donaldson Vassell Adam Armstrong Le Fondre

Substitutes

Tomasz Kuszczak Ben Alnwick
Ryan Shotton Mark Little
Robert Tesche Adam Le Fondre
Lukas Jutkiewicz Will Buckley
Isaac Vassell Antonee Robinson
Paul Robinson Derik Osede
Stephen Gleeson Aaron Wilbraham

Game Statistics

10 Goal attempts 12
0 On Target 2
7 Corners 4
13 Fouls 8
1 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
53 % 47
 

2 Replies to “Stats: Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers”

  • No shots on target is not the way to go for glory …when will the owners learn that we needed a proven striker 2 months ago ..but although the fans are very appretiateful of the owners putting money into the club , they must except that for the club as a whole to be a success the signing of the players is a very important part of the boards responsibility to get players in ..in the two previous games blues had 8 shots on target which was commendable for the clubs efforts , last night proved that the squad is missing in the strike force a striker of better quality than we have …COME ON we have a dream ..

  • No goals,no shots on target,it speaks volumes in itself,terrible,this already has the hallmarks of this being yet another difficult season. It has been proven time and time again what a stupid rash decision it was to sack Rowett. He had the managerial skills to bring the very best out of a very average Championship squad,delivering results week in week out against opponents with more ability.
    Redknapp in some ways is similar to Rowett however with much more experience.As things currently stand ( and that just might change ) the very best we can hope for is mid table.He will have made his mind up come four months time whether he will stay on for one more season.I hope he does,given two seasons and three transfer windows I do believe he could bring Premiership football back to B9.
    He can bring the best out of players unlike Zola and I do think that in itself will assist us from being relegation material.He could even do a Rowett and have us performing at the brink of the play off area.If he gets new signings in that would help him a lot i achieving his set goal. Having been thwarted time and time again it’s hard to see him getting more than one quality addition now.I live with hope.

    kro

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