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Vico Hui Resignation Confirmed

Birmingham International Holdings have announced to the HKSE in the last quarter of an hour the resignation of Vico Hui from the board of directors.

Whilst this had been mentioned by Peter Pannu in his statement this announcement makes it official. It also confirms that Vico has quit as CEO, and has an amount owing to him of around £200k (2.5million HKD). It also firmly states that no other matter needs to be brought to the attention of the HKSE.

The announcement is signed Chan Shun Wah in his capacity as an executive director; I assume that a new CEO will be named in due course. There is also the question of Vico resigning as a director of BCFC and BCFC plc.

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16 Responses to “Vico Hui Resignation Confirmed”

  • Aussiebrum says:

    Mr Pannu is correct again. You would assume he has to resign as a BCFC director as his position has become untenable.

  • Jaffa says:

    Never mind Hui,Foster have left for the Baggies.Surely there must be some funds available now.

    • Blueboy 88 says:

      Just can’t spend them…….Small Matter of Transfer Embargo….

      Plenty of outs…just no chance of any in…

      So where would Doyle & Carr sit with this…?
      Can we renew contracts…& would Doyle be regarded as a replacement for Foster by the League ?

      • Mattbcfc says:

        We can offer new contracts to players as murphy was out of contract but we tied him down

  • nicky wicky says:

    you can offer new contracts to existing players!

  • Louise says:

    Don’t think Hui can continue in any kind of capacity at Blues. Does his resignation mean that they’ll be no explanation with regards to the Birmingham Hong Kong funds Almajir?

    Shame about Foster really, I considered him one of the best goalies around. Still we couldn’t afford him. I hope the Mutch and Foster sale mean no more players have to go, but I won’t hold my breath!
    As with the embargo still being in place, at least the club don’t have to answer to the moans about selling fees not being given to the manager to improve the squad. Lots of millions in, nought out!!
    At this rate they’ll be nothing left worth anything!!

  • Swindonblueboy says:

    Let’s be honest here. It’s not like we have that many players left to sell! We still need a squad to be able to operate and although the imbargo makes transfers in difficult, it is not impossible. For now, I suggest we take what is said at face value and back our team and it’s new manager. If PP goes back on what he’s said, moan then. KRO

  • Oldbluenose says:

    Vico Hui’s resignation seems to read that he burned his fingers over the x-tep kit fiasco,!!.

    I had assumed that he was one of the goodies, until the wall of silence from him also,!!!.

    Foster, I’m afraid, Was inevitable rally, A case of the player not wishing to drop out of the Premiership,!!. — BUT I do so hate that term — UNDISCLOSED FEE, !!!!.

  • Letsby Avenue says:

    Vico Hui has been Chairman of Blues (BCFC) and Pannu has been ACTING Chairman.
    Hands up everyone who saw Vico at St Andrews since Carson got his wings clipped?
    Hands up anyone who can recall a comment, interview, explanation from the Chairman, Mr Hui, in 12 months?

    This resignation, along with Pannu’s recent statement, goes a long way to explaining Mr Hui’s reticence and absence imo.
    And casts a really interesting sidelight on the great Kit saga this last season.
    i.e. No new stock ordered in, Euro supporters up in arms etc etc. Clear as daylight now.

    :-)

    • almajir says:

      Quite right.

      I’ve been banging on about Vico not saying owt either – especially as he held positions of responsibility at BIH and BCFC.

      Be interesting to see how things get shook up now.

  • DoctorD says:

    Finally things are falling into place. In Pannu we trust?


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