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INTERVIEW: Max Biamou Birmingham Reaction

The striker made his 100th appearance against the Blues...

31 January 2021

Max Biamou made his 100th appearance for the Sky Blues in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Birmingham City.

Gustavo Hamer scored a first half leveller with a well hit strike to help secure a point as the Sky Blues, as they earnt their fourth points from their last two outings.

Biamou was pleased to feature in a City jersey for the 100th time and felt like it was important to help the Sky Blues progress through the leagues, after he joined the club in 2017.

He said: “I am very happy to have made 100 appearances for the club and it is a great achievement; because I played from League Two to the Championship and I have met a lot of great people at Coventry and played with a lot of great footballers.

“I am happy with the point but it is hard because sometimes I am on the bench and I try to do my best and I know the goals will come.”

He also stressed the importance on ensuring that the Sky Blues continue to pick up results against sides who are around them and told how each point can be vital.

He said: “We have to take every point in the Championship and it is a tough league and season, the Gaffer is happy with the point, you can’t win every game as this is like an away game so I just focus on the next game Tuesday.

“We need some rest and it is the same for the other teams and we have to be focused about the next game and be ready.

“We need to take care of all the players and I think what we are doing, everybody is happy. You have to take points from this kind of game and we are confident now.”

He then pointed out how the team are in a position to take on whoever they play and hopes to continue to help the team in whatever way he can.

Biamou also told how he is trying to do his best to nurse a knock and help out in the striking department where Tyler Walker and Matty Godden are currently side-lined.

He said: “From the beginning of the season, we are completely different now and I think we are ready to play every team, we were learning and we now are ready and focused.

“It is a tough season for me because I didn’t play a lot in pre-season, so for me even if I don’t score a lot of goals, I am helping the team to win games and the goal is to stay in the Championship.

“I have to manage my body at the minute, it is quite hard because I still have a pain but we have got a lot strikers injured. I have just tried to manage and I need to help the team win games and I am happy with what I am doing.”

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