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Birmingham fans unhappy charity work isn’t being recognised

Following a tweet from the EFL promoting the charity work of Aston Villa and Albert Adomah, Birmingham supporters have been left angry and incensed that there is bias against them.

In a bizarre thread on Twitter, rather than applauding the work being done by footballers in the community, fans of the Blues took the EFL to task feeling as though their own work hadn’t been recognised.

The St Andrews faithful focused their attention on the George Horsefield Foundation and some of the work the club had already been doing over the winter months, tagging a video of manager Garry Monk feeding homeless people in Birmingham.

They felt as though all their club’s work had been completely ignored, but the bemoaning of the EFL didn’t stop there.

One individual called the league officials priceless whilst another suggested that they were mean-minded in their approach.

Even if it was a tweet about their bitter rivals, it was a rather unjust attack from many supporters.

Here’s how they reacted.

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