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Allardyce: We Handed Birmingham The Points!!

Blackburn Rovers manager Sam Allardyce discusses his thoughts on our defeat at Birmingham City on Tuesday with Sky Sports.

Allardyce knew that Rovers were in for a difficult match against the inform Birmingham side but was left bitterly disappointed with the defensive lapses (particularly after we've been so strong here recently) that "gifted" Alex McLeish's side a 2-1 victory at St Andrew's. Big Sam didn't think there was much in the match apart from these errors so giving them a 2-0 lead always made it hard for us, however, he did have credit for Birmingham as well. You are able to watch and listen to what Big Sam's thoughts were here:




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The Journalist

Writer: Walker Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 16 2009

Time: 5:42PM

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He;s right, the stupid mistakes were in evidence and we did ourselves no favours. We deserved to lose based on the full 90 minutes.
Mikey Delap
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16/12/2009 18:15:00

We did, at this level you don't offen get away with gifting your opponents a lead!!
Walker
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17/12/2009 08:46:00

Especially a two goal lead and to a team that had won 4 on the spin prior to the game without conceding!!
Mikey Delap
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17/12/2009 09:50:00

Now if only he'd play Di Santo... :-)
JT_daniel
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18/12/2009 08:57:00

 

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