It looks odds on that Ian Culverhouse and Gary Karsa will be heading to Villa Park, despite the claims of David McNally that they could form part of Chris Hughton's coaching team.
Personally I will be sorry to see them leave, especially Culverhouse who I feel was as equally important as Lambert in the team, no disrespects to Karsa; I was never quite sure what the role entailed.
I am sure City fans will join with us in thanking them for their hard work in the City success story.
They could met on the M6 heading in the opposite direction Birmingham City's England goal-keeping coach Dave Watson, who recently returned with the England squad from the Euro's We posted the other day that Watson had asked the Blue's board for permission to speak with City, highlighting that he wished to link up with Hughton & Co once again.
Hughton has confirmed that he would like to recruit Wason once again, saying “That is a possibility and that is something we are very much working on at the moment,”
The Blues have replaced Hughton with ex City assistant Lee Clark who has reunited his backroom team that served him at Huddersfield before he was so badly treated. A lot would depend on who Clark has in mind to be with him as keeping coach before Watson would be allowed to leave.
Should Watson link up with Hughton once more, can only be very good news for City's three keepers