Aston Villa. Birmingham City. Two of the most intense rivals in England. Remember the Birmingham City fan mocking Enckelman for his infamous error? But yet, like other rival duos, there were players who played for both sides. Created by Sporcle Check out their website for more fascinating quizzes Follow them on Twitter @sporcle Like O-Posts
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In the second installment of the “Championship so far series”, it is Midlands outfit Birmingham that will be looked at. After managing to experience a hugely successful campaign last term which saw them finish in 4th place, the Blues missed out on the chance to return to the Premiership after suffering a defeat in the
Emile Heskey. Emile William Ivanhoe Heskey. Born in Leicester, Heskey is a professional footballer that played for Leicester City, Liverpool, Birmingham City, Wigan Athletic, Aston Villa, and currently plays for the Newcastle Jets, in Australia. He made 696 appearances in English football, scoring 151 goals in a span of 18 years. He also played regularly
The facts: Full name: Jack Butland Date of birth: March 10th 1993 Club: Birmingham City Position: Goalkeeper Height: 1.96m Weight: 94.5kg Squad number: 1 Jack Butland has only come into the public eye in the last few months when he produced simply fantastic performances for Team GB during the 2012 Olympic Football tournament.