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Lee Clark coy on Birmingham City future

Birmingham manager Lee Clark says that he is "proud" to manage the club but refused to be drawn on whether or not he would be still be in the position after the weekend.

Birmingham City manager Lee Clark has said that he is "proud" to manage the club but refused to be drawn on whether or not he would be still be in the position after the weekend.

The Blues go into their crunch match with Bolton Wanderers on Saturday having not won at home since October 1 - a run of 18 winless games at St Andrew's.

"I am proud to be the manager of this fantastic club. I am very frustrated because it's the first time in my career we have lost so many games, more games than I would have wanted to," Clark told reporters.

"Without a doubt it's tough. People who know me know that even one defeat hurts, so to have had so many, it is a problem. In terms of the club and the people I am managing the club for – the supporters – they are second to none.

"I fight for them every day and that's why it hurts me, because I don't like to have fantastic support be let down by what's happening in terms of their club."

The Blues are one of four sides who can be relegated on Saturday.

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Birmingham manager Lee Clark looks on during the match against Watford on August 3, 2013
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