"Blues fan here,omg cant believe you will have them two chancers,barrowboys,muppets,twats,in charge of you lot soon god help yous...welcome to the world of very very average players being signed from the fizzy pop leagues,sully loves a gamble on some mickey mouse no mark player that he thinks hes going to sell for £20 million in a few years,all i can is before every transfer window he will promise you the world and deliver you jackshite,the man is a cock of the highest order and you are about to find that out in the next year.k.r.o"
"blues fan here chaps....had a right laugh at this,if yous lot think dux is bad with the spin,just wait till sully start coming out with the ***** he will defo surpass duxbury,now i dont want to burst your bubbble this morning but in 2/3 years time you will defo be doing this"
Good luck chaps......but sully as got to be the biggest "tw@t" in great britian.....sully will run that club from top to bottom as gold is just his bitch....they found a great formula at blues for making money out of yo yoing.......im just waiting now for sully to say you have got 20 deals on the go before the window shuts,and really you will end up with jackshite,then before you know it upson will have been sold for £10 million in this window or the next.....i know you dont want to believe this,this morning, but sully is a 24 caret tw@t.....end of rant.....
"To find out what approach Sullivan, Gold and Brady will take towards West Ham just look back in the archives for their time at Birmingham - the initial comments already create an overwhelming sense of deja vu... Firstly, tell the fans an amount that you are in debt (their figures, not necessarily substantiated)- the fear created justifies the inevitable increase in ticket prices in the summer (Birmingham were more expensive to watch than Man Utd)
Secondly, blame high wages for the club's problems, but then make out that you will spend a huge sum of money on a 'star' player's wages (conveniently unnamed) - there was never any realistic chance that the player would sign, but gives the supporters the false impression that these guys are prepared to back big transfers
Thirdly, avoid spending any money on facilities by trying to move the club to a new ground that someone else has paid for - ie the 2012 Olympic Stadium - witness the failed campaign aimed at getting the City Council to pay for a new stadium in Birmingham which the club would move to but not contribute towards
Is it coincidence that Birmingham's fortunes have turned up since the point when this group departed? The increased harmony at the club is reflected on the pitch and the reduction in pressure from the Board has allowed the manager to make his own decisions, most of which now seem to be delivering results, and actually look like he is enjoying himself!
Birmingham's fans, like those of any club, can certainly be accused of periods of unrealistic expectation - but then as he has already done at West Ham it was Sullivan himself that made comments about Champions League qualification, not the supporters...
Ungrateful? On occasions for sure, but being regularly reminded for 15 years of how our club was 'saved' eventually wears a little thin... and if the chauffeured Rolls Royce journey caused Sullivan 'fatigue', then don't be shocked that a working class fan base doesn't show you the adoration you crave...keep right on..and up the blues...."