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Lyle Taylor and Troy Deeney facing late checks for Birmingham

Birmingham will assess strikers Lyle Taylor and Troy Deeney ahead of hosting local rivals West Brom in the Sky Bet Championship. Taylor, on loan from Nottingham Forest, has missed Blues’ last two games but could return following a calf injury, while Deeney has been absent for almost three months with a similar issue.
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Troy Deeney calls for black and Asian history to be made mandatory on curriculum

Birmingham captain Troy Deeney has written an open letter to Government and launched a petition calling for the history and experiences of black, Asian and ethnic minorities to be made mandatory on the national curriculum. The 33-year-old believes the current set-up is failing children from ethnic minorities and commissioned a...
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Troy Deeney launches campaign to broaden diversity in national curriculum

Troy Deeney has written an open letter to the government and launched a petition calling for the history and experiences of Black, Asian and ethnic minorities to be made mandatory in the national curriculum. The Birmingham City captain believes the current curriculum is failing children from ethnic minorities and commissioned...
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Troy Deeney reveals belief that outspoken nature cost him England call-up

Troy Deeney has revealed that he believes his outspoken nature might have cost him an England call-up, as well as preventing him from moving clubs during his career. Deeney was a reliable scorer throughout the 2010s, regularly notching double-digit for goals in the Premier League each season, as well as challenging in the Championship Golden Boot race prior to Watford's promotion to the top flight.
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Troy Deeney: ‘I still see two therapists – I’m getting into the nitty-gritty now’

“It’s going to sound bad, as if I am glamorising it, but it was normal,” Troy Deeney says when he remembers being driven around by his father in a stolen Mercedes-Benz with a drug dealer locked up in the boot. Deeney was just 19 years old and he had played one of his earliest games of professional football for Walsall against Northampton Town. He was a dozen years away from becoming the Premier League football captain who would do so much to force debate around how leading clubs in England could confront enduring racism.
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