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Sunday All Sports 10th July

Another hectic 5 hours in store on talkSPORT, as Paddy Barclay, respected football writer and the former Arsenal man Stewart Robson chew the fat on the last day of the News Of The World and possibly the last chance for any F1 driver to get within striking distance of Sebastien Vettel at the British F1 GP! :o)

All Sports Shows

I'm back on talkSPORT's All Sports Show Sat & Sun from 12 noon - 5pm.

On Saturday my studio guests will be Mick Dennis, football writer from the Daily Express and Bob Bubka, talkSPORT's legendary golf correspondant along with Rupert Bell's reports from the Scottish Open - we'll also keep you in touch with F1 British GP qualifying, the final one-dayer between England & Sri Lanka and preview England's women's World Cup clash with France
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July 4th 2011 - I Guess That's Why They Call Us The Blues...

Imagine young Blues fans quizzing their Dads down the years:

“Dad – is it true that there was a fire once at our shirt sponsors shop and our owners used the insurance money to buy players and stuff?”

Or

“Dad – is it true that our new owners sell scrap metal for a living and that they sold our training ground for 1 pound to a man who flies planes about?”

Or

“Dad – is it true that our new owners sell newspapers with nudie ladies in it and run shops that sell chocolate body paint and stuff?”

Or

June 14th 2011 - He's off the McLeash

Clarity – it’s the McLeast we deserve.

He’s gone then.

Alex McLeish appears to be heading inexorably for the Villa Park hotseat having found events at St Andrew’s post-relegation too hot to handle. Confusion, anger, bewilderment and supposition has reigned supreme across the city of Birmingham since my good friend Colin Tattum at the Birmingham Mail broke the news of McLeish quitting Blues late Sunday afternoon.

May 24th 2011 - Relegation Blues and Proggy Goodness

So we’re relegated again.

Not that February 27th 2011 is somehow ever going to be a distant memory now that we’ve dropped out of the land of milk and honey for the 3rd time in 4 Premier League seasons. Far from it – in fact there’s a need to cling to that day for Blues fans as succour…comfort if you will, from what has happened to us time and again as a club during my lifetime.

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