[Clubcall] - Birmingham will be without Stephen Carr for the Capital One Cup tie at Coventry as the right-back continues to struggle with a thigh injury. The 35-year-old is yet to make an appearance for Blues this season, and although it was hoped he may be able to
[Vitalfootball] - Birmingham will be without the services of long-serving right-back Stephen Carr, whilst Zigic could be pushing for a start after two goals in as many games. Zola is still without Stephen McGinn, Fitz Hall and Alex Geijo. John Eustace's situation is
[Bromley Times] - Council leader Stephen Carr, Leader of Bromley Council said: “I am delighted to hear that Bromley has been judged among the top 10 best London boroughs to live. “This is very good news and confirms what we have long thought to be true – that our
[Vitalfootball] possibly at the expense of Peter Lovenkrands, to cause the Owls defence all kinds of problems. Experienced defender Stephen Carr has missed Birmingham's first two fixtures of the season through a thigh injury but could return to action at Hillsborough.
[Birmingham Mail] - The international break has given Blues the opportunity to get other valuable members of the squad fit and up to speed too. Curtis Davies (ankle), Darren Ambrose (thigh), Nikola Zigic (foot) and Stephen Carr (thigh) all missed Blues last match, the 1-0
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Stephen Carr will also hope to be included in the squad on his return from a thigh injury which has kept him out of the opening two fixtures. Watford v Ipswich Town. Udinese loanee Matej Vydra was the catalyst for the Hornets' late comeback in their 3
[Birmingham Mail] - “So that's my goal and in the seasons coming forward to try and build my way into the team.” Injuries to Stephen Carr and Jonathan Spector opened the door for Packwood, 19, who turned in some impressive performances in pre-season. And it was a tough
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Stephen Carr will be given every chance to prove his fitness for the game. The veteran Blues skipper missed Tuesday's 5-1 Capital One Cup demolition of Barnet with a thigh injury and his fitness will be reviewed at the last possible minute. Youngsters
[Birmingham Mail] - STEPHEN Carr will miss today's game against Peterborough after his return from injury was delayed. The right-back had hoped to feature in the crunch clash but discovered yesterday that he still needs a few more days before he regains his full fitness.
[Birmingham Mail] - Clark handed debuts to five of his six new signings, plus 19-year-old Will Packwood, who was in for the injured Stephen Carr. Blues weren't with it initially and the two-goal salvo at the beginning of the second-half allowed them to ease in. Barnet
[Birmingham Mail] - Birmingham City captain Stephen Carr aiming for return against Peterborough. by Colin Tattum; Aug Stephen Carr. Birmingham City hope to have captain Stephen Carr available again in a week's time. The right-back has not figured after injuring
[Birmingham Mail] - “Stephen Carr picked up a thigh injury against Antwerp and he will be a massive player for us this campaign, our leader, everyone looks up to him, the senior and younger lads. “I think his injury is a potential one that could keep him out of the start
[Birmingham Mail] - Clark will wait for fitness reports on Stephen Carr (thigh) before finalising his side while Jack Butland is set to make his debut in goal. Blues got off to a flier in midweek with a 5-1 beating of Barnet in the Capital One Cup. But tomorrow will have
[Birmingham Mail] - “Also we are not ruling out Stephen Carr at this stage. He's such a positive character and will try his very, very best to be out there without taking any unnecessary risk.” Who'd make your dream team? Sign up to our Birmingham Mail fantasy football
[Birmingham Mail] - Front row: John Vaughan (goalkeeping coach), David Hunt (physio), Ravel Morrison, Nathan Redmond, Keith Fahey, Stephen Carr, Derek Fazackerley (first-team coach), Lee Clark (manager), Terry McDermott (assistant manager), Wade Elliott, Morgaro