The much anticipated Extraordinary General Meeting of Birmingham Sports Holdings Limited was held in Hong Kong a few hours ago. As expected, the meeting ratified a series of agreements enabling Shelby Companies Limited to become significant investors in Birmingham City Football Club
Several members have been in touch to ask about the current and potential charges the club is facing. Below is a summary of what we know at the moment. And what we don’t.
Blues Trust hosted a meeting of representatives from several Blues supporter groups on Thursday evening, 19 January. The meeting had been called to discuss ongoing concerns about the ownership of the club and its future
The Blues Trust was saddened this afternoon to hear of the death of David Gold, who was formerly chairman of Blues
The news last week that the Paul Richardson/Maxco takeover had fallen through once again brought the need for fan engagement with the club sharply into focus.
Blues Trust has now received a copy of a response from the Government regarding concerns raised in June about the ownership of Birmingham City. The response has been sent via Shabana Mahmood, Member of Parliament for Birmingham Ladywood
Over the last 10 years or so, Blues fans have suffered from a lack of information from owners who have steadfastly chosen to remain in the shadows …..
Blues Trust congratulates Paul Richardson, Maxi Lopez and their consortium in taking charge at Birmingham City
Blues supporters will need no reminding of the rumour and speculation that is currently swirling around the club…..
It is clear to just about every Blues fan that the club is in crisis. We all want to see action to resolve the issues