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May 3, 2010
Posted by Arun Verma on 05/03/2010

The last time that the St Andrews announcer passed over the microphone, it was October. Birmingham City had just been taken over and the new chairman, Vico Hui, promised Blues fans an "exciting future". Fast forward 7 months, and it was the turn of Alex McLeish.

The manager professed his pride in the job that he had done at the club, and he declared that bright times lay in wait for the team and the fans. Above all, he wanted to say thank you to the fans, and they responded in the only way that they know how, with a rousing rendition of Keep Right On...

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Arun Verma Arun Verma - I'm a student, and a massive Birmingham City fan. Football has played a massive part in my life since I was just a child, and the World Cup in '98 turned me into a footballaholic; my very first love was the beautiful game. My aim for the future is to become a sports journalist and in little over a year, I can say that I feel extremely privileged to have received the opportunities that have come my way. Apart from ESPN Soccernet, I also write for the official Birmingham City Football Club Matchday Magazine, Made in Brum, which is an unofficial Blues magazine, and www.joysandsorrows.co.uk (using the tagname akvbcfc). If you would like to contact me about anything I have written about, feel free to email me at arun.k.verma.91@gmail.com.

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