How The Broadsheets Saw It

By Brian Cartlidge
Last updated : 28 November 2004
Bruce backtracks as Blues flounder

When Dwight Yorke emerged from the substitutes' bench in the 78th minute it seemed the scene was set for him to end his controversial week with the winning goal. The Observer


Huckerby draws comfort

Rather than just simply bolt down the tunnel, the particular geography at St Andrews ensures that when Steve Bruce heads from dugout to dressing-room, he is forced to walk a quarter of the way around the pitch. Such a trek afforded him plenty time to assess the contemptuous booing that followed yet another home failure. The Times


Huckerby leaves the Blues fearful of the drop zone


It might not be the best-kept secret in football but, based on the evidence of their disintegration against a persistent Norwich City side, Birmingham City must improve dramatically if they are not to be sucked further into a battle for Premiership survival. The Independent


Huckerby frustrates Birmingham


Norwich's resilience heaped more frustration on Birmingham City yesterday. Desperate for a home win to go with their only other one, against Manchester City in August, the hosts dominated the first half but could not build on the half-time lead given them by Clinton Morrison. As a result, Norwich's much-improved second half performance brought an equaliser by Darren Huckerby. The Telegraph

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