Damien Johnson

Damien Johnson

  • Current club: Blackburn Rovers
  • Date of Birth: 18 November 1978
  • Birthplace: Lisburn, Lisburn, Northern Ireland

News from Eyefootball

Johnson wants McLeish stay

Birmingham player Damien Johnson has called on the club to show boss Alex McLeish some faith and to let him stay at the club even if they are relegated this season.

Preview: Bham vs Everton

Birmingham City will be hoping their off field troubles will not aggrevate their form on the pitch as the St. Andrews outfit look to survive in the Premiership for another season, meanwhile Everton know a victory could still help them toward Champions League qualification.

Bruce hurt by Birmingham

Wigan boss Steve Bruce has admited that the pain of leaving Birmingham still haunts him. Birmingham are languishing towards the relegation zone while Wigan look safe for another year.

Bruce eyes old club

Wigan boss Steve Bruce is desperate to get one over his old club Birmingham as the two clubs prepare to go head to head. A defeat for Birmingham would put the Blues a step close to relegation.

Lineups: Birm'ham vs Arsenal

Line-ups for Birmingham vs Arsenal at St. Andrews on Saturday, kick off 12:45. Check the latest scores at our Live Score Centre. Can the Gunners go eight points clear?

Bowyer's red card cleared

West Ham appealed against the red card that Bowyer recieved against Birmingham last Saturday. He was given a straight red from what seemed a double footed challenge, but looking on the replays it did not seem so rash, as Bowyer attempted to avoid the challenge on Damien Johnson

Curbs wants red overturned

Alan Curbishley believes that referee Mark Clattenburg will have a look at the red card he gave Lee Bowyer for his apparent two footed lunge on Birmingham's Damien Johnson. West Ham boss Curbishley felt the punishment was harsh and he believes the referee will take another look at the incident.

West Ham 1-1 Birmingham

James McFadden bagged a goal from the penalty spot to deny West Ham a fourth consecutive home victory. It looked all rosey for the Hammers as West Ham took the lead from Freddie Ljungberg, scoring his first goal for the club.

Preview: Arsenal vs B'ham

Arsenal - currently leading the Premiership - host Birmingham at the Emirates today. Some former young Gunners such as Fabrice Muamba and Sebastian Larsson return to take on their old club, whilst Arsenal play their first Premiership game minus their African Cup of Nations absentees.

Fulham battle for point

Fulham battled away at Birmingham to secure an important Premiership point. The watching Roy Hodgson will be pleased with the way his side represented themselves in this relegation battle.