What happened to the 22 players who left Birmingham City this summer? Sunderland, non-league & Premier League - gallery
Birmingham City were certainly busy in the transfer market this summer, as they made a total of 13 signings, both permanent and loan.
American businessman Tom Wagner came in along with NFL legend Tom Brady, and so came the investment Blues fans had been craving all these years after periods of uncertainty and many false dawns.
Out of the nine permanent signings that were made, six of them cost the club a transfer fee, and so at least now first-team manager John Eustace can say he has been backed in the transfer window.
It's not all gone plain sailing, and at the moment the team are on a winless streak but hopefully things can improve when they face Norwich City at the weekend, who shipped six to Plymouth Argyle.
As with any slump of form, supporters of most club always have an intrigue as to how their former players are doing, and some go that one step further and want them to be reunited.
A total of 22 players left the club this summer, with some set to return after their loan spells are up, whilst others were sold, their contract expired or their loan deal came to an end.
If you're interested as to where some of these players ended up then look no further. Flick through the pages to see where some of your Blues heroes went. There's some interesting outcomes for some of these players, especially the younger players who were so highly thought of, but have now gone on to a different path in their footballing career.
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