In the past on FFC we’ve spoken about the goalkeeping position at St Andrew’s a number of times before.
Whether it be about Lee Camp making mistakes, David Stockdale and his slump down the ladder or the possibility of Connal Trueman and Moha Ramos earning their keep, they seem to be figures of the squad that draw natural debate.
So when Birmingham Live posted a story in which they discussed the goalkeepers that Blues manager Pep Clotet could be tempted to go for in the January transfer window, it naturally grabbed our attention as well as a few Bluenoses.
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However, it seems as if the article didn’t go down well with them, as many supporters were quite happy with the options they had at the club – that’s despite some of the clangers Camp has dropped this season.
They suggested they’d rather the club spend their money in other areas rather than the person who’s standing between the sticks each week.
Taking to Twitter, they gave their thoughts on the current situation that’s playing out regarding their ‘keepers, urging Clotet to stick with the dilemma he has, rather than invest in new faces.
For me trueman needs a chance or atleast loan him out he needs game time
— gareth lindsell (@gareth_lindsell) October 30, 2019
Stick with camp especially looking at that list
— Phil Beresford (@philbez80) October 30, 2019
I’d choose Camp any day of the week over that bunch.
— Bestification (@chrisbduck1961) October 30, 2019
We have enough keepers at the club, what we need is another striker to take a bit of the load off Juke
— Martin Fox (@MartinFox_) October 31, 2019
Why buy when we have trueman and Ramos.
— mark#KRO (@markb2709) October 31, 2019
Why try and fix something that isn’t broken?
— Bestification (@chrisbduck1961) October 31, 2019
There was one fan though who thought there should be some change at the club, although they could have used some slightly nicer words.
We got loads of keepers just get rid of greedy lazy Stockdale
— paul doherty (@pdoherty40) October 30, 2019