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Want to know the Birmingham Players Salaries 2018? Salaries of players of Birmingham City? Which Birmingham players are the highest paid? Have you ever thought of finding out the list of Birmingham Players Salaries? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the Birmingham Players Salaries 2018 (Weekly Wages) and the full details about Birmingham players contracts.
Birmingham City is a Championship club based in Birmingham, England. They have been going up and down the divisions in recent years but have been mainly in the Championship. The last time Birmingham were in the Premier League was in 2010/11.
Birmingham enjoyed their most successful period between the 1950s and early 1960s. They finished sixth in the First Division in the 1955–56 season and reached the 1956 FA Cup Final. The Blues won their first major trophy, the League Cup, in 1963, beating Aston Villa.
They the won the League Cup again for the second time in 2011. Birmingham City have played in the top tier of English football for half their history.
The Birmingham nickname is the Blues and their fans are known as “Bluenoses”.
The main rivals of Birmingham is Aston Villa whom they share a fierce rivalry with.
Birmingham’s home ground is at St Andrew’s stadium in Birmingham. It can host up to 29,409 fans and it has been their home ground since 1906.
Birmingham are one of the oldest clubs around going all the way back to 1875.
Birmingham’s manager is Englishman Garry Monk. He has just been appointed in 2018.
In 2018, Birmingham made a lot of signings.
Birmingham City 2018 Summer Signings:
Who did Birmingham City sign in the summer of 2018?
Here are the full salaries and contracts for Birmingham players:
|#||Player||Pos||Contract until||Market value|
|13||David Stockdale||GK||30/06/20||2,00 Mill. €|
|29||Tomasz Kuszczak||GK||30/06/19||500 Th. €|
|4||Marc Roberts||CB||30/06/22||3,00 Mill. €|
|12||Harlee Dean||CB||30/06/20||2,00 Mill. €|
|28||Michael Morrison||CB/RB||30/06/19||750 Th. €|
|45||Wes Harding||CB||30/06/20||100 Th. €|
|24||Dan Scarr||CB||30/06/19||50 Th. €|
|3||Kristian Pedersen||LB||30/06/22||1,50 Mill. €|
|3||Jonathan Grounds||LB||30/06/20||500 Th. €|
|5||Maxime Colin||RB||30/06/21||2,50 Mill. €|
|25||Josh Cogley||RB||30/06/20||100 Th. €|
|6||Maikel Kieftenbeld||DM||30/06/20||1,00 Mill. €|
|17||Cheikh N’Doye||CM||30/06/19||2,50 Mill. €|
|8||Craig Gardner||CM||30/06/20||2,00 Mill. €|
|26||David Davis||CM||30/06/21||750 Th. €|
|19||Jacques Maghoma||LM||30/06/20||500 Th. €|
|22||Viv Solomon-Otabor||LW||30/06/19||200 Th. €|
|23||Jota||RW||30/06/21||5,00 Mill. €|
|–||Diego Fabbrini||ST||30/06/19||1,00 Mill. €|
|9||Che Adams||ST||30/06/22||2,50 Mill. €|
|10||Lukas Jutkiewicz||ST||30/06/20||1,50 Mill. €|
|–||Greg Stewart||ST||30/06/19||550 Th. €|
|44||Nicolai Brock-Madsen||ST||30/06/19||300 Th. €|
|11||Isaac Vassell||ST||30/06/21||250 Th. €|
Second Division / Division One / The Championship (level 2)
Third Division / Division Two (level 3)
Football League Cup
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
Associate Members Cup / Football League Trophy
Birmingham Senior Cup
Football League South (wartime)
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