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Blues are the only team in Football League history to hit double figures in 5 games.

12-0 vs Walsall (1892-93)
10-2 vs Manchester City (1893-94)
10-1 vs Blackpool (1900-01)
12-0 vs Doncaster Rovers (1902-03)
11-1 vs Glossop (1914-15).

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8 minutes ago, The Realist said:

Blues are the only team in Football League history to hit double figures in 5 games.

12-0 vs Walsall (1892-93)
10-2 vs Manchester City (1893-94)
10-1 vs Blackpool (1900-01)
12-0 vs Doncaster Rovers (1902-03)
11-1 vs Glossop (1914-15).

Any in the last 100 Years?

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32 minutes ago, Bastion said:

Any in the last 100 Years?

I reckon the reason many of us didn't want Man City to score 10 a while back against vile was, they are second in that particular table.

Tho we will forgive them if they do it in the League Cup Final.

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59 minutes ago, The Realist said:

I reckon the reason many of us didn't want Man City to score 10 a while back against vile was, they are second in that particular table.

Tho we will forgive them if they do it in the League Cup Final.

See, this was Citeh before Arab money......🤣

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First football club to become a limited company.

On 09/02/2020 at 20:54, Bastion said:

Aye, looking at the dates, looooooong time ago...:beer:

Still waiting for mags to tell us he was at all five.

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32 minutes ago, The Realist said:

First football club to become a limited company.

Still waiting for mags to tell us he was at all five.

He'll need photos before I believe him :beer:

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On 12/02/2020 at 20:33, Mr Magnificent said:

Nice and I got mine first! 

Getting back on topic-  I love the unusual stuff from our history. Like this.... Imagine this happening today.

We once paid AVFC £90 for a stand and transported it across the city to our then home at Muntz Street.

An early example of typical Blues.

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Love this little fact, tho i bet the vilers feckin hate it-

 "In March 1905  the club changed its name to Birmingham Football Club, to reflect its position as the only Football League club in the city."  Aston then was not part of Birmingham.

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