Tag Archives: Panos Pavlakis

Thoughts on last week

My support for my team doesn’t depend on the skill they display or the success they achieve. I’m just one of those Birmingham City fans who hasn’t found a way of breaking my connection with my team. I am not claiming any superiority over fans who will only go to games if the football is attractive or if the team is likely to win. Being a discerning customer may be the sensible choice. Continue reading

Let’s talk

Panos Pavlakis gave his first external interview to the Birmingham Mail this week. For me, the report raised some questions, the main one being: why is he giving an interview now? It would be nice to believe that the worst really is over and he is preparing us for the day that our wonderful new owners take over the club and take us onwards and upwards. But, as someone whose natural inclination to pessimism has been reinforced by many disappointments delivered by Birmingham City, I fear that the future will not be that rosy or uncomplicated. Continue reading

No Epiphany

The Annual General Meeting of Birmingham International Holdings Limited took place on Tuesday January 6th, the feast of Epiphany. This is the day that the Church celebrates the arrival of the magi to worship the infant Jesus and the manifestation of the glory of God to the Gentiles. In a secular context an epiphany is a moment of sudden and great revelation.  Continue reading