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Birmingham: Big transfers could disrupt record run

Birmingham: Big transfers could disrupt record run

Birmingham has prioritized buying a new striker in the January transfer window while not disrupting the harmony of a team that is unbeaten in 11 Premier League matches _ the club's best run for 101 years.
Vice chairman Peter Pannu told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the club's remarkable form is "very conducive to attracting players of the highest caliber."
After Carson Yeung's October takeover, Birmingham was only out of the relegation zone on goal difference. Now it is seventh, three points below the European places.
But Pannu says he doesn't "want to demoralize the current players" by making too many additions to the squad. He says clubs are raising prices due to Birmingham's soaring fortunes.