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Birmingham City relativity placing November 2007

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11. (7) Birmingham City*: -0.7pts

No points for Birmingham in November as the speculation over Steve Bruce's position grew.  He was of course to leave for Wigan and Birmingham recruited the Scotland manager Alex McLeish - and Birmingham may now benefit from this stability as well as the removal of the takeover rumours.  Three good teams, in good form beat Birmingham so although it was painful - the Villa game especially so - it was not a disaster.  Birminghams's projection sees them survive.

November: -3.0pts
2007/8: Everton (A) 0pts; Aston Villa (H) 0pts; Portsmouth (H) 0pts;
2006/7: Everton (A) 0pts; Aston Villa (H) 1.7pts; Portsmouth (H) 1.3pts;

October: +0.7pts
2007/8 Blackburn (A) 0pts; Man City (A) 0pts; Wigan (H) 3pt;
2006/7 Blackburn (A) 0pts; Man City (A) 1pts; Wigan (H) 1.3pt;

September: +2.4pts;
2007/8: Middlesbrough (A) 0pts; Bolton (H) 3pts; Liverpool (A) 1pt; Man Utd (H) 0pts;
2007/8: Middlesbrough (A) 0pts; Bolton (H) 1.3pts; Liverpool(A) 0.3pts; Man Utd (H) 0pts;

August: -0.8pts;
2007/8 Chelsea (A) 0pts; Sunderland (H) 1pt; West Ham (H) 0pts; Derby (A) 3pts;
2006/7 Chelsea (A) 0pts; Relegated Team (H) 1.5pts; West Ham (H) 2.3pts; Relegated Team (A) 1pt;

2006/7 Points: 34
2006/7 Position: relegated

2007/8 Projected Points: 32
2007/8 Projected Position: 16th



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