What will the Birmingham City team look like on the opening day if the dream transfer is completed?

Birmingham City have learned their fixtures for the 2022/2023 Championship season today. They begin with Luton’s journey – ending with a home match against Sheffield United, with a month-long season breaker for the Qatar World Cup.

The season is set to begin on July 30 – with five weeks left – and while we know the identities of the Blues’ opponents, we have little idea who will play in the game. In fact, with the transfer window open for the entire first month of the season, the side that starts off Kennel Worth Road may not look like the direction Preston North End on September 3rd.

As things stand, no signing has yet taken place – a situation in which half of the distribution still finds itself – the only safe assumption in this summer of uncertainty is that the party The side will look very familiar to those who played the last period – minus shiny bits.

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At the time of writing, we are looking at the initial XI of an object on Ethereum’s lines. Colin, Gordon / Dean, Roberts, friend; Woods, Gardner, Sanjak; Graham, Danny, Beacon. Probably, depending on the configuration.

But despite the takeover still in the background, the Blues continue to connect with the goals – and Birmingham Live understands that there are long lists of players in which the Blues have lost and between ambiguous interest.

We don’t even know how many games we’ll have to play with technical director Craig Gardner until the new boss is clear – but when I was asked to write this, the brief was, ‘If dreams come true. So what does the Blues Squad look like on opening day? Full’

With Christoph Dogary out of retirement and trying to persuade Paul Pogba and Gareth Bale to have their future really at Royal Blue, it makes sense to play around with the players who are connected – and in whom We know that there is at least some interest.

Again, everyone will have their own ideas about formations, it is safe to say that most have enough wingback systems and want to see a return to the back four. So, combining the fancy, the flight of foreign hopes, with a dose of reality, that’s what I brought. Not quite the area of ​​’my beating heart’ – but at least partially spicy with stagnation.

Blues (4-2-3-1): Buttland; Colin, Mawson, Roberts, Matson; Gardner, Bakuna; Sanchez, Chong, Hernandez, Danny

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Jack Buttland
(Photo: PA)

Jack Buttland – The Blues are interested in their former goalkeeper – even if he is interested in joining the championship it seems unlikely. Let’s assume that the strings of the heart are drawn and he admits.

Maxim Colin – Played with an injury last season, its presence means the right back may need depth but a new starter is not really a priority.

الفی موسن – A free agent after the release of Fulham, the Blues tried for it in January and still want it.

Mark Roberts – At the heart of the back three was a very decent season, at the Championship Standard Center Half Back Four.

Ian Matson – Left full / wing back looks ready to leave Chelsea. Feyenoord has been widely linked, but after a good season with Coventry he will be an interesting prospect who is currently completely empty. One arm more than the back …

Gary Gardner – The first half of the season barely recovered to end the campaign as Player of the Season after setting a new personal best in front of the goal.

Juninho Bacuna – Ideally you want your most skilled player to advance the pitch but if we are ‘dreaming’ then there is such a standard in attacking positions. The 24 year old player will have to play a little deeper.

Ivan Sanchez – Yes, I know. He looks like he’s going back to Spain but the Blues fans haven’t seen him in person yet and it’s a shame. Cute on the ball, good work ethic and a sweet left foot. I want to see him change his wings from time to time.

Tehit Chong – There may have been a long shot as Butland but he showed a lot due to injury in the first season and that’s really what the club is all about.

Only Hernandez – The Blues had someone as fast as Cuba who could be a surplus for Norwich’s needs, a long time ago, although we may have to wait a while to find out. I’d love to see it back. In attack

Troy Danny – A move that will be really interesting for Josh Maja. He is well-rounded, has plenty of room for improvement and a signature like his would represent an increase in the club’s financial fortunes. Something about Deeney, who goes ahead and scores 15+ for his boyhood club, although it’s very romantic to deny it.

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