Blues in Austria - Day four

Birmingham City
09:10, Wednesday 11 Jul 2018
Following three days of intensive training the players were given a temporary break from their pre-season footballing duties in Austria as they enjoyed some white water rafting.The players and management staff took to the water together in Haiming for a day of team activity and bonding.Each raft was

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Pigeon replying to Birmingham City
09:19, Wednesday 11 Jul 2018
Pedersen in any of those pictures?
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Le Mod replying to Pigeon
09:29, Wednesday 11 Jul 2018
Yes several, he's been there every day, just hasn't played in the full contact football.
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e17blue replying to Le Mod
09:35, Wednesday 11 Jul 2018
I think Pedersen is in this tweet: [twitter.com]
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turley replying to Le Mod
09:38, Wednesday 11 Jul 2018
Le Mod
Yes several, he's been there every day, just hasn't played in the full contact football.

A friend of mine is with the Blues squad in Austria. He tells me that Pedersen has taken part in full training every day
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Le Mod replying to turley
10:06, Wednesday 11 Jul 2018
Fair enough, I heard different, Blues have posted some vids where Pedersen and Vassell are training seperately to the group.
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SOBLUE replying to Le Mod
00:21, Thursday 12 Jul 2018
Apparently it’s pot holing tomorrow. Seems like a good idea.

Has anyone seen Isaac running flat out yet? I pray that he has made a full recovery. Top rate bloke who deserves a 2nd chance, exactly where he left off. He could make such a difference to our season.
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