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I am receiving lots and lots of messages from people asking for me to donate raffle prizes for fundraising events. You know me I hate to say no to anyone, but unfortunately I’m having to, I don’t have a stock of items to donate to you all. This is one of the reasons why I wanted my own charity so I could help lots of great causes in the Black Country and the West Midlands by raising funds at as many events as I can with the help of a few people. I’m proud to say we have helped over 40 fantastic charities so far, donating hundreds of thousands of pounds. The Steve Bull Foundation are constantly sourcing raffle prizes for our events, I know how hard it is to get items donated. Can I also give a shout out to my friends and colleagues – I know I pester you none stop for donations and want to say a massive thank you for all your amazing support.
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Read my latest column in The Express & Star...

We knew it’d be a hard game at Blues on Monday and that certainly proved to be the case.

It was a battle at times but we fought hard enough to earn all three points although we should have killed them off.

A few people have doubted whether they’d be able to rough it in the Championship but there they were on a cold Monday night in a rugged local derby battling through to win a tight game.

John Ruddy hasn’t had a single save to make and a lot of that was down to the back three of Ryan Bennett, Conor Coady and Willy Boly who were all superb.

They’re a force to be reckoned with and their defensive record speaks for itself.

We had Roderick Miranda and Danny Batth playing a few weeks ago and now Bennett has come in and they’re just as solid, plus Kortney Hause can’t get a kick at the moment which shows you how strong the unit is.

Ruben Neves is the key man in midfield and they did miss him a bit but Alfred N’Diaye came in and showed he was up for the physical battle which was certainly needed.


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