BCFC Survey from Shabana Mahmood MP for Birmingham Ladywood
Shabana Mahmood MP with Tracey Crouch MP discussing her fan led review and the ongoing situation at Birmingham City Football Club
To all fans of Birmingham City FC
Shabana Mahmood, MP for Birmingham Ladywood, is supporting the plight of Blues fans and our frustration with poor ownership at our club. Please will you complete her survey at the link here to help her in bringing evidence to her representations to government for action. She is asking fans for information on how fans perceive the club and what can be done to put things right.
Below is a copy of her request to Blues Trust. She wants to get a wide level of engagement and feedback. Please could you help her by completing the survey as soon as possible.
I have been grateful for the information fans have shared with me regarding their dissatisfaction with the club.
I recently asked the EFL to intervene in a potential takeover bid by Laurence Bassini– if that bid will progress remains to be seen.
I also recently met with Tracey Crouch, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Sport, Tourism and Heritage, who is leading on the Fan-Led Review, in order to raise the concerns of Blues Fans.
In the meantime, please can you share this Survey with fan networks so that I can get a wide level of engagement and feedback.
Securing the long-term success of Birmingham City, a club with a long and proud and history in the heart of my constituency, is incredibly important to me.
Shabana Mahmood MP | Member of Parliament for Birmingham Ladywood
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