Birmingham City: Paul Devlin says club uncertainty is hitting attendances   1 comment


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FORMER Birmingham City star Paul Devlin believes the uncertainty hanging over the club has led to fans staying away in their thousands.

Birmingham recorded their worst league attendance figure in almost 15 years at St Andrew’s on Tuesday night, with just 14,693 supporters turning out to see a 2-1 victory over Bolton.

Average crowds at the club have dropped to just 15,944 for the first three home Championship games of the season. That is down by 3,182 from last year’s campaign – and almost 10,000 below the last Premiership season in 2010/11.

Former midfielder Devlin, 40, said a sluggish start to season under new boss #bcfc

 

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Posted September 20, 2012 by Birmingham City Fans Forum in Birmingham City News

One response to “Birmingham City: Paul Devlin says club uncertainty is hitting attendances

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  1. Of course it is! We rode the wave last year: hope and promise stayed with us up to the end however people will only take so much till they vote with their collective feet. The leadership team set the tone of any organisation-our is being provided from the middle downwards, It’s unsustainable.

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