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We’re now eight days into the trial of Carson Yeung on five counts of money laundering, and some detail has come out about what the prosecution are alleging.
The Birmingham Mail today added to the growing number of stories that Paul Caddis will not be joining Birmingham City.
More security firms were called to the witness stand in the eighth day of hearings of the ongoing trial of Carson Yeung on five counts of money laundering.
Sky Sports this afternoon broke the news that they understood Colin Doyle is about to sign a new deal with Blues. Doyle, 27, has been with Blues since 2003 but has only made fifty-three appearances between the sticks in those ten years.
Further details of Carson Yeung’s share trading activities emerged in the District Court today as Carson’s trial on five counts of money laundering entered its seventh day.
Birmingham City yesterday announced Irish international Darren Randolph would be signing on a Bosman free transfer following the end of his contract with Motherwell.
Carson Yeung’s trial on five counts of money laundering entered its sixth day on Tuesday as the prosecution continued to outline its case against the Birmingham City Football Club President.
One of the frequent questions I see amidst this current period of woe for Birmingham City asks if the current board can sell St Andrews. The ground, which has been home to Blues since Boxing Day 1906 is one of the few remaining assets that the club can call as its own and I think it’s understandable that fans are worried it could be sold.
Birmingham International Holdings have today announced the reappointment of three executive directors and one independent non-executive director along with the resignation of an INED.