It’s a Doris day

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January 15, 2013 by Made In Brum

Arbroath striker Steven Doris, who was on trial at Wast Hills last week, may have earned himself a Blues deal, but not until the summer.

Lee Clark confirmed that he ‘liked the look’ of the 24 year-old, and may attempt to sign the part-timer at the seasons end, as reported in the Birmingham Mail.

Blues may potentially lose 23 players in June when contracts expire, short term deals end and loan players return to parent clubs, so the need to rebuild the squad is vital.

Meanwhile, Clark also confirmed there have been no bids for Jack Butland, despite several enquiries. Fulham, Southampton, Liverpool and Arsenal are said to be keen on the 19 year-old England goalkeeper, but so far, no concrete offers have been placed on the table.

Chris Burke was the subject of a rejected £300,000 bid from Nottingham Forest, run by ex-Blues boss Alex McLeish, last week, but the Scot is expected to return with a higher offer.

Jake Jervis looks set to complete his £40,000 move to Turkish top flight side Elazigspor in the next 24 hours.

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4 thoughts on “It’s a Doris day

  1. scooterbri says:

    Lose 23 players in june ! Right lads get your boots on 🙂

  2. chrisj says:

    What will Pannu do?
    Sell players cheaply now and head for League One (new owners will not pay £30 million then Pannu) or hold onto them and lose them in the summer for nothing but keep the club in the Championship (hopefully) and have more value in selling terms to new owners?

  3. johnboyblue says:

    It is quite obvious, that Pannu has no interest whatsoever, in what BCFC suppporters think.
    He will do, as he pleases,when he pleases and sees no reason to give the supporters any information. I suspect,all his attention at the moment,is geared to Carson Yeungs’ court case. The football club has been put on the back burner.

  4. grumbleguts says:

    Ah, she was a luvly singer, so she was, indeed she was, ah she was…

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