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Birmingham City confirm Yeung 70 Million approach



After browsing the stock exchange this morning I found an interesting statement from the club, from what I can muster up Carson Yeung is again using his clothing line company to take control of the 2nd city club.

The approach has not been made solid, and there is no money on the table as this whirlwind saga gets set to start round two.
I believe if this man really does have the money he once claimed then Blues will become his little toy and British tax haven.

In case you have forgotten this billionaire tycoon brought 29.9% of the club for 15 million back in 2007, but failed to take full control before the deadline set by David Sullivan and the Gold brothers. Whilst in turmoil and he refused to comment on Steve Bruce's future which eventually resigned him to leaving the club after losing to Aston Villa at home 2-1.(coincidence)

I'm going to predict this is likely to only provoke anger amongst the fans after all relegation is still fresh in the mind, and he's widely blamed for Bruce leaving and not enough new players coming in.
The board will sell, without a doubt, whilst caring for the club they have admitted exhaustion in recent campaigns.

This leaves me with huge doubts, whilst being tight fisted, they also kept the club stable and always turning a rosy coloured turnover. What of blues if it turns out he doesn't have bottomless pockets? I'll leave that in your capable hands

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Writer: Chris Handy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 12 2009

Time: 12:46PM

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Carson Yeung = trouble. I hope Gold and co have nothing to do with this charlie
Chunnock
Just keep Yeung well away from getting more shares, theres no telling what he would do
Heath_Small_IV
 

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