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Brady and Sullivan Set For The Off

Birmingham chief executive Karren Brady and chairman David Sullivan have said they will leave the club if Carson Yeung completes his proposed takeover.

The pair have been with the club since 1993, they helped the club out of receivership, building the club to its now estimated value of £82million.

Brady said: 'It was a hard decision for me to make after so long but with the new change in ownership I feel the time will be right for me to move on.'




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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 16 2009

Time: 2:21PM

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I can seee a lot of the fans going as well if this takeover takes place
Dark_Blue
Actually, now i'm for the take over if he sacks mcleish when he takes charge
Dark_Blue
So who is better for you - Sullivan and Brady or Carson Yeung?
Kevinho
 

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