An Evening With Garry Cook

17 Oct 2023 | 2 comments


It is only three short months since Tom Wagner and his associates took over operational control for the running of Birmingham City. And, as all Blues supporters will surely testify, the changes that have taken place in the time that has elapsed since have been transformational.

A key person involved in driving change and improvement at the Club is, of course, Garry Cook, CEO.

Blues Trust is delighted to announce that Garry has now kindly agreed to be our guest for an informal Q&A meeting with Trust members.

The meeting is being held online at 7.00pm on Thursday 23 November via Zoom, and an invitation to attend and ask questions is being sent to all Trust members. Members are being sent their individual invitations by email.

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  1. Keith Purdom

    Great job to get the meeting Such an improvement from previous owners

  2. Al

    Three questions for Gary Cook:

    How will you measure success and failure for Wayne Rooney?

    How are BCFC staying within FFP limits with signings and recent increased salaries?

    Change Management in business involves incremental change, not immediate overhaul . Why change something on the pitch which was not broken? ie the 4-2-3-1 with four exciting attackers (Stansfield, Miyoshi, Dembele & Bacuna) backed up with a solid midfield.

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