Blog Posts - Greg Stewart



The Future’s Bright(on)?? Birmingham City v Brighton Match Preview

When I wrote my last article, we’d suffered back to back defeats and we hadn’t yet beaten Ipswich as we turned the tide in our favour once again, yet I still didn’t even begin to think we might be discussing the sacking of Gary Rowe...
by Joys and Sorrows on Dec 16, 2016

Ips-wich…but wh-ich Blues will turn up? Birmingham City v Ipswich Match Preview

Back to back defeats (first time this season!) since my last article means we’re now down to 8th in the table.  Not too bad, all things being considered, but we could have been third if we’d beaten Newcastle and Barnsley…yes that&#...
by Joys and Sorrows on Dec 12, 2016

Blackburned out or Afterburners? – Match Preview

Six games unbeaten, now, and still the Blue machine marches on!  We were pretty good value for money against a rejuvenated Preston side who were fortunate to go a goal ahead but deservedly took the lead.  We perhaps deserved all three points at th...
by Joys and Sorrows on Sep 29, 2016

Im Pressed(on) or De Pressed(on)? Match Preview

Five games unbeaten, then, and the Blue machine marches on from Loftus Road, back home.  Since our defeat to Wolves, we’ve looked a different prospect, even without Donaldson and Kuszczak available for the side.  Who’d have predicted th...
by Joys and Sorrows on Sep 25, 2016

Reflections on the Victory v Sheffield Wednesday

As this was a televised game, I thought I would give a few thoughts about what I saw. Firstly I know this is a bit late, but I have had a really hectic weekend clearing out the garage and making several trips to the dump. I have no idea how Read More...
by Joys and Sorrows on Sep 19, 2016

View from the South – Fulham v Birmingham City

It is now getting to the time of the year when the bright weather is about to turn and the light on a Saturday afternoon at the football is going to become more subdued. As forecasted the rain was in evidence early on and it promised to be a wet Read...
by Joys and Sorrows on Sep 11, 2016

View from the South – Birmingham City v Norwich City

It was to be a changing of the guard for this game given that Chris and little Jack were still on holiday in France and Will had things on with his family but by way of compensation both my boys were home for the weekend and we decided to take Read M...
by Joys and Sorrows on Aug 28, 2016

View from the South – Birmingham City v Wolverhampton Wanderers

I suppose it couldn’t last forever; the weather I mean. It started tipping it down just as I arrived at the station where there was a long queue for the ticket machine; which works at the speed of our midfield on a really bad day. In the end I...
by Joys and Sorrows on Aug 21, 2016

Cardifferent Season, Same Problems?

The scarf lady, half of Small Heath Alliance and most of Row Z of the Tilton are going spare at the moment, as we haven’t brought in five more strikers, whilst (whisper it) Aston Vile have put in a £15m bid for Ross McCormack of Fulham fame. T...
by Joys and Sorrows on Aug 3, 2016

Haley Barbour (R-MS) & Greg Stewart..

share today’s Daily Dickhead duties thanks to the whole ‘KKK license plate debacle.’ A man named Greg Stewart, from The Mississippi Division of Sons of Confederate Veterans, was on Anderson Cooper 360 last night to defend his groups...
by Fred Hystere on Feb 17, 2011

Stewart goal gives Canadiens comeback 3-2 pre-season victory over Sabres

MONTREAL - Greg Stewart scored in the third period as the Montreal Canadiens posted a 3-2 comeback victory over Buffalo and handed the Sabres their first loss of the NHL pre-season on Saturday night. Stewart was posted in front to lift a …Origi...
by Nhl Video Site on Sep 26, 2009


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