Birmingham supporters have taken to Twitter to react to their team’s bad run of form with some sections of the St Andrew’s crowd growing deeply concerned over a turn in fortunes.
The Blues remain an outside bet to finish in the play-offs but three straight league defeats have seen the pressure heaped on the team by fans with one individual saying there was no plan B or urgency as they lost 2-0 to Millwall.
That defeat on Wednesday was labelled as their worst of the season and appears to be the final straw for some supporters after losing the Second City derby last weekend too.
They were quick to jump on the bandwagon of frustration, calling the display in midweek embarrassing and utter garbage as they unleashed an attack on their own team.
A cause for concern also appeared to be a lack of goals, with Garry Monk’s players now failing to score in three matches. As a result, one fan claimed it was like watching Birmingham under Steve Cotterill, a manager who had a measly win percentage of just 25% with the club.
The West Midlands team have been at the centre of media attention this week following one of their supporters being prosecuted for punching Jack Grealish on the pitch. It’s a problem which has led to the fear of a possible points deduction with a certain individual claiming they could be in trouble if it was to happen.
The former Premier League club currently sit 12th in the Championship, six points off Derby who are in the final play-off place.
Here’s what they’ve been saying about their team.
Two flat home performances in as many games! No plan B, no sense of urgency when 2-0 down! Just a dreadful performance
— Matthew Ivory (@mattivory94) March 13, 2019
100% our worst performance of the season
— Joseph Panter (@joeee1875) March 13, 2019
Not good enough all over the pitch tonight . 3 losses in a row and 3 games without a goal . Never looked like scoring tonight either . Need to step up at the weekend #BCFC
— Ryan Danks (@ryanDanks_92) March 13, 2019
— Ryan Wilkins (@RyWilkins) March 13, 2019
Felt like watching a game under cotterill at times
— Lewis Cafferty (@lewis_cafferty) March 13, 2019
We have ran out of steam and look completely stale and out of ideas. If we get the 12 point deduction I fear we could be in trouble, as I can’t see where the next win is coming from at the moment.
— David Wetherall (@DavidWetherall1) March 13, 2019
— Kian Lennon (@lennonkian_) March 13, 2019
Utter utter garbage
— Mark Jarratt (@shizz1960) March 13, 2019