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GAMEDAY – Blues v Ipswich

Blues face potential playoff rivals Ipswich at St Andrews today looking to build on recent good league form to force their way into the top six.

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How the Blues Trust Are Aiding the Sale of the Club

In their recent announcement with respect to further bids for Birmingham City, the final section about “Dealing Disclosures” seems to have gone unnoticed by most. However, this section is substantial proof that work done by the Blues Trust in reporting discrepancies to the HK authorities is having an effect.

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Open Meeting: My Thoughts

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Last night I went to the open meeting facilitated by Blues Trust at the George, to talk about what has been done since the first open meeting held at the end of October, and what fans can continue to do to seek answers from regulatory authorities about the ownership of the club.

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Which way to jump

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On Saturday I attended the Blues Trust AGM at the Fusion Centre, Digbeth. Although the AGM is (as a Trust board member confirmed to me) a procedural matter and less important than the recent open meeting, there was still a chance to hear what was happening with them.

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Communication

The Blues Trust held a “Strategy Day” on June 21 to “generate fresh ideas, ensure we are aligned with supporter’s and member’s expectations and to involve more key individuals moving forward”.

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Takeover Talks and Share Speculation

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It’s been reported in the Birmingham Mail today that Panos Pavlakis is trying to push forwards the sale of Birmingham City in recent weeks, delivering presentations with finance director Roger Lloyd to various parties in an effort interest someone enough to make a bid.

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Positive Action

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Lee Clark admitted to the Birmingham Mail that Blues are too close to the Championship relegation places for comfort following the heavy 4-1 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend.

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Set of Balls Number Four and Lancelot – QPR Reflections

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Birmingham City’s miserable home form continued with a 2-0 defeat to QPR yesterday thanks to two goals from former Blues loanee Ravel Morrison. The result leaves Blues in eighteenth place, seven points ahead of Yeovil Town and the relegation places.

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Blues Trust Secure ACV Listing

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The Blues Trust announced at their AGM on Saturday that the council have agreed to list St Andrews Stadium as an asset of community value. The listing which lasts for five years and is subject to appeal will mean that the Trust will be notified of any potential change of ownership and can, if requested, be given up to six months to come up with a bid of their own.

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Herding Cats

I’ve been following a couple of debates surrounding the fairly recently formed Blues Collective on a couple of the unofficial forums. The Collective held a meeting on Saturday at St Andrews to get together various supporter groups and forums under one collective header.

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