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Paladini Back With Higher Offer

Paladini Back With Higher Offer

Ex-QPR chairman Gianni Paladini is fronting a consortium that has made a formal offer for Birmingham City according to BBC WM.

The offer is said to be £30 million, five million higher than the last bid they made which was turned down.

The club is not officially up for sale and part-owner Carson Yeung is waiting to stand trial on money laundering charges, but Peter Pannu has let it be known that the club are seeking new investment.



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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Friday November 2 2012
Time: 1:20PM

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bad result against ipswich but players to blame feel sorry four manager but if we stay with him and support what hes doing i garantee he will be fantastic for birmingham
pkell
04/11/2012 17:50:00
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The sooner someone takes over the better as far as I'm concered, the club is as good as finished under Yeoung.
blue bloke
05/11/2012 07:15:00
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Sorry pkell, I cant agree with you. I cant see Clark doing anyhing with the club to be honest, this may be the faultof the current owners because there is no investment in the side, but Huddersfield fans have been on here and said that Clark is not the great man he was made out to be when he came. We need new owners asap
blue bloke
05/11/2012 07:19:00
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