Blues Trust has received a copy of the minutes of the BCFC Supporters Forum held on November 22
Many people regard meetings, particularly Annual General Meetings, as boring. Thomas Sowell said, “People who enjoy meetings should not be in charge of anything.” So I feel I need to explain why we have an AGM and why people should come to it.
I’ve just read The Game’s Gone, the autobiography of Tom Ross. On the back cover it says that he “is a one-off” and I agree with that.
The book is full of stories about his family, his work, local radio and football.
You may have seen in the press and on Blues website that Trillion Trophy Asia Ltd (TTA) – BCFC’s new parent company – has offered to purchase the entire issued ordinary shares in Birmingham City Plc not already owned by it or its non-wholly owned subsidiary Birmingham International Holdings Ltd.
The Board of the Trust welcomes the new owners of the Holding Company for Birmingham City Football Club, Trillion Trophy Asia
The Blues Trust Annual General Meeting will take place on Wednesday, November 9th. It will be our first AGM after the end of the ownership crisis that led to the formation of the trust.