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Directorial Changes At BIH

with thanks to Tarquin, Sheriff et al at smallheathalliance.com for making me aware of this

Birmingham International Holdings have today announced that non-executive director Chan Wai-Keung has resigned from the board of the company with effect from today.

The announcement confirms that Mr Chan is owed HK$530,000 – about £42,000 by Birmingham International Holdings but has no other claim against the company.

Unfortunately there is no confirmation from the company what the owed money is in relation to and whilst one could infer that there is a correlation between the owed cash and the resignation, particularly in the light of BIH’s continual non-publication of accounts it would be no more than speculation to state that was the case.

In the long-term I don’t believe that this will affect either the running of the company or the sale of BCFC but I will be keeping an eye on the news to see if there is anything printed in relation to the resignation.

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22 Responses to “Directorial Changes At BIH”

  • DinoTiltoni says:

    The stand out fact on this post is that Blues have a fan called Tarquin. KRO

  • Oldbluenose says:

    almarjir,; does this mean that he has walked away without claimig his owed monies, ?.

  • Paulo says:

    If it wasn’t for PP being in the biggest leather chair at BIHL, I would only have to ask ..’how many are left in the BIHL board?’ But I guess we are all waiting for what happens next anyway, so all I am waiting for is the announcement of the takeover and what is going to happen with getting some proper home form back to blues.

    ps. I really really really do hope that ‘Tarquin’ is a username!!!?????? Cos if not, then the time has come for a quick game of boules or croqeut and a sherry before kick off..! KRO

  • Tom says:

    Tarquin the otta remember he played for luton a few years ago

  • DoctorD says:

    By the way, I hope Peter Pannu has got a grip on all this behind-the-scenes stuff. He seems to be cleaning out the stables ready for a sale, unless I’m misreading events.

  • les says:

    hi sick to death of this saga…sure most of us have..would it be ok to blame gold and sully for aloowing us to be in this mess..

    • James Black says:

      Well as the faithful knifed them in the back also, i think they can be forgiven for selling it to anyone who wanted it.

      • Jay Sidney says:

        James. Your concern for Gold, Gold and Sullivan is most touching. These are very wealthy people who, yes, initially bought Blues when the club was in receivership. However, they were also only too happy to walk away after trousering millions in 2009 whilst claiming they had sold the club to reliable people…

  • prewarblue says:

    i think P.P is a secret “QUeen” fan !!,,,,,,”Another One Bites The Dust”

  • tamuffblue says:

    Another step in the right direction !!!!! its all pointing to the sale and hopefully the club getting back to being a football club and not a financial plaything for whoever !!!!!

  • James says:

    Fingers crossed for a takeover that will see the end of the Carson era.

    As for the Golds and Sullivan; they rescued us from going under. Fact. No one else stepped forward and built a new (3/4) stadium. Before them it was Wheldon & the Kumars alongside Dave McKay and Lou Macari – granted it left a sour taste in the mouth to be sold to someone like Carson, but without them we would not exist.

    KRO

    • nicky wicky says:

      james whats this love affair with the golds, and sullivan. they only built the new stadium because it maximised the profits they made out of the club otherwise they wouldn’t have bothered. they waited till blues were a preier team till they built it, and always made sure blues finished 17th!

      • Flying Doctor says:

        The ground rebuilding was done before we reached the Prem.

      • James says:

        I wouldn’t quite call it a love affair Nicky ;) But without them I wouldn’t have had a team to support, not unless you fancy watchung west brom/walsall.

  • tamuffblue says:

    Lets be fair they built the new stadium cos the had to ie the 96 souls that perished on the Leppings lane – the Bradford fire victims – the young Leeds fan at Stans – so please no more crediting the Cockneys with building this and that


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