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Jerome weighing up Blues future

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Birmingham striker Cameron Jerome is to consider his future despite his two-goal finale to the season which failed to save the midlands club from relegation to the Coca-Cola Championship.

Jerome came off the bench to help Blues to a 4-1 home win over Blackburn although wins for Fulham and Reading doomed them to the drop out of the Barclays Premier League, but the England Under-21 striker had not even been named among the substitutes until James McFadden suffered a reaction to his knee injury during the warm-up.

The former Cardiff striker said: "There is nothing I can do if I don´t play. I have to look at my situation, sit down with my people and my family, and discuss it. Football is a funny game and anything can happen."

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James McFadden
Reading
Fulham
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Blackburn Rovers
Championship
Premier League
Cardiff City
Cameron Jerome
Birmingham

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