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Takeover Takes A Step Nearer

Birmingham City are a step nearer to being taken over by Carson Yeung after his company increased their share capital in the club to 81.7%.

Grandtop International Holdings announced they have received 'valid acceptances' in respect of purchasing a further 51.8% of City's shares.

Early October is the expected date of the take-over which will also see David Sullivan leave the club.


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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 23 2009

Time: 12:47PM

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Hope his first job is to sack mcleish and get in someone who can motivate the side
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23/09/2009 13:16:00

you guys won't be sorry to see Sullivan go either will you?
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23/09/2009 13:49:00

I think the teams well galvanised with Mcliesh ... and yes we've waited a long time to see the back of him .
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25/09/2009 22:08:00


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