McLeish heads for Birmingham City

Alex McLeish resigned from the Scotland’s managers job leaving the Scottish FA in shock. He is on his way to Birmingham City who were looking to fill the void created by Steve Bruce’s exit to Wigan.
Well, it makes for a great Birmingham vs Aston Villa derby as McLeish was the manager of Rangers at the same time Martin O’Neill managed the Celtics and there was some great matches played between them when these two headed the Old Firm rivalry. In a dramatic last day turnaround, Rangers pipped Celtics for the 2005 SPL title.
McLeish’s first order of business is to keep Birmingham promoted. The Blues have lost six of their last seven games and have struggled to score. They are fighting with Middlesborough and Sunderland to avoid relegation.

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One comment on “McLeish heads for Birmingham City
  1. Great news for Birmingham City and for Scottish football. If he succeeds all will be good for Blues and for the Scottish team. Blues forever

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