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What should be the final chapter in what has been the long-running saga of the charging and conviction of Carson Yeung on five counts of money laundering will begin tomorrow in the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong.
Reports in Scotland have linked Blues with Celtic striker Anthony Stokes. The former Arsenal man scored twice in the Scottish Cup Final for loan club Hibernian and is out of contract at Parkhead.
Clayton Donaldson was on the scoresheet as Jamaica surprised Chile 2-1 in their Copa America Centenario warmup game in Vina del Mar. The Bradford-born striker scored the first goal of the game from a Garath McLeary cross as the Reggae Boyz stunned the Copa America holders.
There will be two Blues stars potentially going to Rio this summer after reports in Nigeria confirmed that Viv Solomon-Otabor has been released by the club to appear for the Dream Team at the Olympics.
Birmingham City confirmed yesterday that Emmanuel Mbende has decided to move back to Germany to continue his studies, signing for Chemnitzer FC of the 3.Liga. Should Mbende be sold on, Blues are in line for a cut of any transfer profit as part of the deal.
It’s been a weird few days for this Blues fan; after all our travails with Carson Yeung there is almost schadenfreude watching someone else getting scrutinised in the press in the manner Carson probably should have been.
Birmingham City Ladies went into the mid-season break on a high with a tense 1-0 victory over Notts County Ladies. Remi Allen scored the only goal of the game, poking home the rebound after Jo Potter saw her effort saved by Lady Pies keeper Carly Telford.
Clayton Donaldson has made the cut in Winfried Schafer’s 23-man Jamaica squad for the upcoming Copa America Centenario in the USA.
Reports in Bolton state that Blues are competing with Ipswich Town for the signature of Bolton Wanderers’ out of contract winger Liam Feeney. The 29-year-old spent the end of last season on loan at Portman Road and is weighing up his options following the Trotters’ relegation from the Championship.
Blues Ladies might have reason to be a little bit disappointed with a scrappy draw against Reading Women at the Autotech Stadium on Thursday night. Despite chances for Freda Ayisi and Jade Moore they couldn’t capitalise on long periods of superiority and had to take a share of the spoils.