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Birmingham City's Tomasz Kuszczak simply refused to be beaten: Newcastle United opposition view

Birmingham Mail
14:57, Sunday 19 March 2017
Blues held the Magpies to a goalless draw - here's how Chronicle Live reported it

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Re: Birmingham City's Tomasz Kuszczak simply refused to be beaten: Newcastle United opposition view

Gary Rowett replying to Birmingham Mail
14:59, Sunday 19 March 2017
I was shocked he won MOTM

He made that one excellent save, but other than that, a couple of routine stops and we pretty much restricted Newcastle to long rang pot shots and scuffed crosses.

'course the Chronicle would rather paint it that we were under constant bombardment and they were missing chance after chance.

They were pretty blunt.
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Re: Birmingham City's Tomasz Kuszczak simply refused to be beaten: Newcastle United opposition view

Block D replying to Gary Rowett
15:15, Sunday 19 March 2017
i no longer live in brum so dont shoot me. My 1st season out of brum due to work, The bloke at the game on soccer saturday was saying big gulf in class between the sides and only a matter of time before newcastle score. He is a chunt mind and hates blues just like beagrie.
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Re: Birmingham City's Tomasz Kuszczak simply refused to be beaten: Newcastle United opposition view

The enlightened one replying to Block D
15:34, Sunday 19 March 2017
What was his name the reporter?

The most nonsensical reporting I've ever seen. I listened to the Blues live commentary whilst watching soccer Saturday and the reporter couldn't have been more innacuarate.

The match sounded fairly even, but he was going on like we deserved nothing out of the match and were getting battered.

He even managed to throw in a cheap comment saying you can clearly see there's a gulf in class.
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Re: Birmingham City's Tomasz Kuszczak simply refused to be beaten: Newcastle United opposition view

stevo replying to The enlightened one
16:00, Sunday 19 March 2017
It was an even game.TK made 1 top drawer save.If we were still playing now it would still be 0-0. Benitez took us for granted imo by leaving out Shelvey and Gayle and i'd be pissed off with that if i was a NU fan.They thought it was a walkover and fecked up.
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Re: Birmingham City's Tomasz Kuszczak simply refused to be beaten: Newcastle United opposition view

Mad Blue replying to Birmingham Mail
16:06, Sunday 19 March 2017
Newcastle are a big club with great support but having watched Blues for over 50 years I can honestly say there is not any team in this division this season that are a class above the average. They are alright but they are far from great.
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Re: Birmingham City's Tomasz Kuszczak simply refused to be beaten: Newcastle United opposition view

Bcfc1967 replying to Mad Blue
17:14, Sunday 19 March 2017
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Mad Blue
Newcastle are a big club with great support but having watched Blues for over 50 years I can honestly say there is not any team in this division this season that are a class above the average. They are alright but they are far from great.

Agree with this. No stand out team. Not overly impressed with Newcastle and remember wondering how Reading were so high when we played them. Whoever goes up will need to spend a fortune to have any chance of surviving.
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Re: Birmingham City's Tomasz Kuszczak simply refused to be beaten: Newcastle United opposition view

Bluewurst replying to Gary Rowett
18:30, Sunday 19 March 2017
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Gary Rowett
I was shocked he won MOTM

He made that one excellent save, but other than that, a couple of routine stops and we pretty much restricted Newcastle to long rang pot shots and scuffed crosses.

'course the Chronicle would rather paint it that we were under constant bombardment and they were missing chance after chance.

They were pretty blunt.

They were Blunted I would say.

If you think that about TK though, you need to face the green thing when you go to the game.
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