BCFC: Club Announcement

7 Dec 2022 | 3 comments

St Andrews

Further to the news that broke last Friday about the collapse of the Paul Richardson/Maxco deal to acquire an interest in the club, the board of Birmingham Sports Holdings Limited has today released a statement of its own regarding the matter.

The statement was made to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and can be seen below in full at the link shown. A news release has also been posted on the club’s website.

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Announcement made by Birmingham Sports Holdings Ltd on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange


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  1. tracey tyler

    It will take deep pockets to buy the Club lock,stock and barrel that much is sure and l can’t see the owners selling parts of it again.At least the Ground repairs are progressing although it’s took 2 years to get here and still counting.


      Well I bet it’s not the Chinese owners are paying it I bet it was part of the so called take over because I can’t see them forking out that sort of money for repairs otherwise they would have done it all ready slimy b******’s

  2. I Roth

    It seems strange that there are now other interested parties willing to buy the club. I for one do not believe this.i
    I do not think the owners could be trusted in any negotiations. They won’t even tell the FA who acy owns the club. How can we continue to trust the owners who have always been sparing with the truth. The FA should be held responsible for this situation. They will blame anyone except themselves for this fiasco.
    A billionaire could transform the club and make money. Most money men would never touch a football club.
    I do fear for the future of the club, when our pathetic owners strip all assets and spend pennies on renewals and players.
    We are in a mess. I think the debt is around £120 million.

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