So was Birmingham finally the long-awaited turning point of our season?

With Town now enjoying so much possession, opponents like Brentford, QPR and Bolton Wanderers will inevitably start getting nervous even when they have home advantage.

How can they play football if they cannot keep hold of the ball for more than just a few seconds?

The very least we can do is offer David Wagner and Dean Hoyle our full support and, to this end, HTSA have come up with some tremendous seasonal offers.

Sky Bet Championship - Birmingham City (0) v Huddersfield Town (2) - Joe Lolley scores in the first minute.

Book your seat on the HTSA coach for all three of these away games and pay just £45.

That works out at just £15 per game including two trips to London!

Alternatively, we can offer Brentford and QPR for just £39.

Not interested? What about a trip to Bolton plus either Brentford or QPR for just £27?

Please phone Rachael on 07905 580784 for more details and to reserve your seats. Terms and conditions will apply.

Offers are only open to HTSA members who have booked and paid for their seats before Thursday, December 17.

Supporters who regularly travel to away games will be well aware that this is a fantastic deal.

It must be worth the £5 annual membership fee for those non-members who are undecided about their Christmas entertainment. Caractacus Potts or David Wagner?

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Don’t forget also that travellers on the HTSA coach could enjoy as many as nine separate chances in the HTSA Travel Draw, worth £250 to the lucky winner.

With no immediate news to report on the Blackpool front, we will be ‘gegen-professor-pressing’ over the next few days and will keep you posted as to any new developments.

For more information please visit our HTSA-online website or contact Trev Whitehead on 07725 036109 or trevwhitehead@virginmedia.com.

Today’s Examiner Free Draw number is, (3)3642. If your HTSA membership card was issued within the last few weeks the Free Draw number will now be shown as (135)3642. This number is worth £250 to the lucky cardholder.

Please send details of your full name and postal address by text to 07725 036109 or by email to trevwhitehead@virginmedia.com before 19.08 tomorrow, Friday December 11. You will receive your cheque by return of post.

Birmingham City v Huddersfield Town in the Sky Bet championship match at St Andrews, with, JOE LOLLEY SCORES TO MAKE IT 0-1

The winning number last week was (5)2523 or “(135)2523. The holder of the winning number, D Rattigan, did not claim the £250. Terms and conditions, as well as the names of all previous Free Draw winners, can be found on our HTSA-online website.

HTSA are on the lookout for local businesses who might be interested in sponsoring our ‘Free Draw’. For the equivalent of less than £2 per day the name of your business could get a subtle, weekly mention in the local press as well as being emailed, twittered and broadcast on Facebook to hundreds of Town fans.

For more details send Trev Whitehead a text or email, his contact details are shown in this column.

Throughout 2015 HTSA Committee members have been working really hard to ensure that our records are up to date and that we comply with the FCA regulations regarding membership and voting rights.

In order to meet these requirements we need to have ‘contact details’ for all voting members but, unfortunately, for various reasons, this is proving to be extremely difficult.

If you pay your membership subscription by direct debit or standing order but you have not received a membership card in the last 12 months, please contact Trev Whitehead with your current postal address.

There are also a significant number of Life Members who we have tried to contact during 2015. Despite letters, notices in the newspaper, emails and social media messages, many of these members have not replied to confirm that the details which we hold are current and correct.

If this might apply to you, contact Trev Whitehead as soon as possible, after all – there could be £250 at stake.