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London-born winger Viv Solomon-Otabor is the latest Academy product tipped to become a first team success. Having made his debut in the Capital One Cup against Gillingham the teenager has made four appearances from the subs bench each of which showing promise.
On Friday Birmingham International Holdings published their accounts for the year ending 2015. Having had some time to digest what was in them, I wanted to share my analysis and why I think these accounts point towards a brighter future.
Birmingham City made it two away wins in a week with a convincing display away to Leeds United.
In the final game before the international break Birmingham City take on Leeds United at Elland Road looking to consolidate their position in the top 6.
Birmingham International Holdings have released their accounts for the year ending June 2015. The accounts confirm a significantly lower wage bill and wage-to-turnover ratio but also that borrowings have had to be extended.
Birmingham International Holdings have released an announcement to the Stock Exchange with relation to the ongoing saga that is the proposed takeover by Trillion Trophy Asia.
Blues take on managerless Brentford in their rearranged fixture tonight following a disappointing defeat to now-managerless Rotherham at the weekend.
It’s all gone quiet in Hong Kong of late but as September comes to a close Birmingham International Holdings are due to announce their accounts which cover the year ending June 30 2015. They are also due to present a takeover update to the exchange on the same day.
Birmingham City lost 2-0 at home to Rotherham yesterday in what was a disappointing result against the team who were bottom of the league. In a performance rated as “flat” by Gary Rowett, Blues struggled to maintain any kind of possession and were beaten by goals from former Blues striker Matt Derbyshire and Tony Andreu.