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Sammy Yu Consortium Move In For Birmingham City FC

The former board member is said to be leading a bid to take over the club.

His finances are coming from Chinese and HongKong backing and the group were actually in Birmingham this week to tour the club and ground.

The deal is far from complete at this point as it is understood that the way the club is operated by Birmingham International Holdings Ltd creates problems with transparency on the financial side of things.

The aim for the fans is to keep the club going and at current that must mean a new owner that is not Carson Yeung, with that said the new group also are said to want a clean break from Yeung and Pannu.

An ideal owner would be someone in the UK, who resides in the UK and has a better understanding of football culture, but with little noise of that front it seems that the sale of Blues may go to the best of a bad bunch.




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Writer: Chrisblues Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday June 1 2013

Time: 2:05PM

 

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