09:05, Mon 29 Jun
Birmingham City are once again looking for a permanent boss after Pep Clotet decided to move on at the end of the season

09:14, Mon 29 Jun
Assuming Bellingham and Pedersen are gonners and Camp retires we have a senior squad of 16-17 and only one recognised striker and goalkeeper. The new manager is going to have his work cut out in building a new team IF he gets considerable resource and if not then we are back to the days of Lee Clark esque performances and results

If we do have cash to spend the new manager may not get much say in recruitment either

It is hardly surprising that we are probably not an attractive option
09:28, Mon 29 Jun
You are right of course but I think you have to weigh the points you make against the prospect of managing in the Championship. It's still one of the biggest leagues in Europe which is why you will see European coaches/managers leave jobs in their top flight to take up roles over here. Many will also see clubs such as us as a stepping stone to the Premier League.