Hornets buzzing for Birmingham


February 12, 2013 by Made In Brum

Being third in the league, you can understand why the Watford fans are in buoyant mood, and they are buzzing for this weekends clash against Blues.

A win could put them second in the Championship and they will be backed by over 2,000 supporters. The visitors have sold an initial allocation of 1,800 and there will be almost 1,000 for sale on the turnstile, according to The Watford Observer. John Cox, a Watford fan, told Made in Brum- “This is the biggest game of the season for us, no doubts”.

Blues’ average attendance at St. Andrews this season has been low, 16,568, to be precise. But with the ticket price offers (adults on average £17, kids for a quid) I would be very surprised, and disappointed, if we don’t see a crowd of at least 20,000.

With two home games coming up, this is a big chance for Blues to push up the league table and at least try to give themselves something to play for.

Hope to see you all down there on Saturday!

Rob Wildey.


3 thoughts on “Hornets buzzing for Birmingham

  1. LuxWFC says:

    Biggest game of the season, “no doubt”!?!?? Every game is important, but Birmingham aren’t exactly contenders this season. We’ve had bigger games, and will have more important ones to come for sure with the likes of Cardiff, Hull and Leicester still to play.

  2. Made in Brum says:

    That is what a Watford fan said, in his own words. And I think he meant the biggest game of the season so far, for Watford, not us, and obviously doesn’t include forthcoming games.

    Also, you say were not contenders, but IF we beat you and Sheff Wed, we can go 8th. Its a big if I admit, but you never know.

  3. Steve says:

    Every dog has his day. A lot of the small time clubs have taken great pleasure at our demise, kidding themselves into thinking it has nothing to do with our commercial predicament more their superior football and supporter prowess, but you can not keep a great club down and when we regain our Premier league status, a lot of the here today gone tomorrow’s will be gracing the lower leagues.

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