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‘A shoe in’ – Plenty of Birmingham fans all saying similar things following Pedersen’s latest comments



Many Birmingham City supporters have been suggesting that defender Kristian Pedersen should be given the club captaincy, following his comments after their 2-0 defeat at home to Queens Park Rangers.

The Blues headed into the game looking to build on the 3-2 win at Reading last weekend, which secured Clotet’s first win since he was named the club’s permanent head coach, but Birmingham despite controlling most of the possession failed to really create many clear cut chances as they fell to defeat.

The defeat against QPR means that Clotet’s side have now secured just one win in their last seven Championship matches, and the Blues will need to show an improvement in the final third if they are going to start winning matches on a more regular basis.

Pedersen was one of the Blues most dangerous attacking outlets against QPR with the defender getting forwards on the overlap down the left-hand side and looking to make things happen in the final third, but despite seeing an effort deflected just wide for a corner he could not help inspire a comeback.

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Speaking to Blues TV following the defeat Pedersen delivered an honest reflection of the Blues’ performance against QPR, saying: “This is not what we stand for. We looked flat and it’s not good enough. I want a reaction in the next game.”

Given the Blues lacklustre performance you can certainly understand why Pedersen was so frustrated following the defeat against QPR and he will be hoping that himself and the rest of his team-mates can put that right against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.

Here then, we take a look at what Birmingham supporters thought of Pedersen’s comments on social media…

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Article title: ‘A shoe in’ – Plenty of Birmingham fans all saying similar things following Pedersen’s latest comments

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