On 24th January, BCFC is holding 2 meetings with supporters group representatives
The Birmingham Post reported yesterday that in an announcement to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, Trillion Trophy Asia Ltd (TTA) said it would provide a loan of up to HK$250m (£26m) to Birmingham International Holdings Ltd (BIHL) “to identify suitable business opportunities”.
Conceding a goal right at the end is a cruel way to lose a game. Before the game, I heard a Blues fan on the radio saying that he wanted Birmingham City to lose because they had sacked Gary Rowett but I never want them to lose.
The yes vote was more than 77% when we asked if people would hold up our ‘Thank you Gary Rowett’ posters. So we decided to go ahead and try to get them printed.
From a business perspective, Trillion Trophy Asia owns Birmingham City FC. The directors on their board can do what they want with their property. They can change the manager and, if they feel like it, they could change the club colours to purple and pink or to claret and blue.
The announcement yesterday by the club and Trillion Trophy Asia Ltd (TTA) of Gary Rowett’s departure, together with all his backroom management staff, came as a great shock to everyone and with much sadness