Birmingham City will be looking to build on a poor campaign in 2013/14, where they dramatically fought on relegation thanks to a late, late Paul Caddis goal on the final day at Bolton.
Lee Clark has revamped his squad with no less than ten summer arrivals after the Blues lost a number of key players on free transfers in July, most notably Chris Burke and Nikola Zigic, added to the plethora of loan signings that returned to their clubs.
With Tom Adeyemi set to leave the club following a transfer request, the Birmingham boss will be hoping his new signings, combined with a more settled squad of the players retained last season will move the club up a few places in the Championship table and spare any last-day relegation drama.
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