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BIH Announce Accounts Delay

Birmingham International Holdings have announced that the accounts for the year ending June 2013 are to be delayed by a month until 31 October 2013.

The brief announcement to the stock exchange gives no reasons for the delay in the accounts and confirms that the board meeting that had been arranged to confirm the results has also been postponed.

This will no doubt pique the interest of the stock exchange, as the accounts being up to date and properly signed off by the auditors was one of the key things required for the shares to be relisted.

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37 Responses to “BIH Announce Accounts Delay”

  • peter bates says:

    more timewasting bs from pannu it seems he cant wait for our club to go out of business and he was the one who said he wants the best for the supporters its about time the football league started to ask questions mind you they conducted the fit and proper test on carson yeung and what a joke that test is

    • steve normington says:

      I totally agree with wot u say and the awfully thought I’m having is that our current owners will be like the Kumar brothers and we no wot they did to Birmingham city fc

  • Carl Finlan says:

    well done on picking this up pp trying to hide this under last nights result what a fool

  • AlexT says:

    I cant say much right now, but Peter Pannu may be in the news a lot more than Carson Yeung is very soon.

    one slimy git he is.

  • Agent McLeish says:

    No surprise to me really, based on their track record this news was expected. These people are incapable of running a business but maybe that’s not what their intentions are.

  • darren says:

    surprise surprise, here we go again

  • Art Watson says:

    I just wish I could publish the way I really feel about PP but liable laws prevent me from doing so.

  • dave mann says:

    Boring, Boring, Boring……thats all ime gonna say on the matter!KRO.

  • Jaffa says:

    Al will this affect any sale!

  • tony says:

    what a joke this is pp cannot wait for birmingham to fall as for best for the supporters he and all the cronies involved with the joke carson yeoung ought to dissapear to wherever they came from fast

  • StevieW says:

    Groundhog day revisited LOVL

  • Chris says:

    This must be the big announcement people have been posting that was coming on Thursday….

    On a more serious not what an absolute disgrace these people are….

  • Frankie says:

    Why can’t this pathetic and pointless company be closed down.
    Its sole purpose is as a conduit to ‘suck’ any available money out of Birmingham City F.C

  • Swedish Bluenose says:

    AlexT: Are you sitting on some inside information there with PP getting more attention than CY in the coming weeks?

  • Atahualpa is a BlueNose says:

    It might be in connection with the further loans that are needed to keep this monstrosity of a company as a going concern.

    One thing is for sure, Pannu is now the undisputed king-maker; of course this is if there was ever any doubt in the first place.

    There was also various rumours doing the rounds yesterday, that Nick Powell of Man U now on loan at Wigan, was promised to Blues by a potential “new owner” – a mate of Ron Atkinson – on loan in addition to Lingard but Pannu did not authorise it.

    It makes one wonder as to what Pannu and Yeung are hoping to achieve other than take as much out of the club before things go boobs up. How on earth Pannu can convince the HKSE that BIHL will remain solvent after selling Blues, is a true conundrum.

  • Art Watson says:

    Where is the big announcement?

  • Marky mark says:

    Thanks for the update Dan

    Lets all calm down, the end is getting closer for these muppets, there is defiantly light at the end of the tunnel. The new court date is great news whatever the verdict it will force action from PP n CY if the like it or not, I don’t think they are intent on destroying BCFC that makes no sense whatsoever

  • Frankie says:

    Yeung is attempting to delay proceedings again by changing counsel.
    Is there anything he won’t do to delay the inevitabe ?
    Listening to the pathetic defence testimony, as recounted in the press and on here, short of Pannu ‘working the oracle’ behind the scenes then its ‘chokey time’ for C.Y.

    • almajir says:

      1) If I don’t allow comments on the article in question, I get annoyed when people put them elsewhere – so don’t do that again. And don’t reply to this one, cos I will delete each and every reply made by anyone. There are reasons why I turn comments off.

      2) you couldn’t be further from the truth – this isn’t a delaying tactic from what I can gather, this is actually what he should have done in the first place. And for the record (as I believe I stated in the article, Pannu has sweet FA to do with it).

  • Chris W says:

    Did we really expect them to be on time, be a first…
    Hopefully the HKSE will jump on them and it may well force the sale
    Wishful thinking I know

  • Ian says:

    As long as we don’t sell PP is raking in a massive salary, questionable expense payments & income derived from consultation work. When he gets a better offer (which he won’t, there isn’t one) he will finally allow the sale and claim his sale percentage. He would be an idiot to sell our club, it’s his personal cash cow.
    It’s a joke that their is no natitional media coverage of the plight of our club.

  • tom says:

    might be utter bs, but i was told pannu has had his passport taken off him so he cant leave HK – in regards to the trial.

  • Mickey07 says:

    Would love to be roger Lloyd (I think that’s his name) the finance guy down blues, I bet he knows a thing or too about pannu

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  • Atahualpa is a BlueNose says:

    A scary thought – Pannu gets a firm together to buy Blues.

  • Shergar says:

    Over and over and over like a monkey with a miniature symbol

  • KeepRightcroydOn says:

    The unprofessional way that BIH is run is just staggering.Call themselves a reputable business concern? They’re having a laugh.

  • Frankie says:

    Yes OK, am prepared to accept that Pannu has spent the last 6 months in Hong Kong doing nothing to help bolster Yeung’s pitiful ‘defence’.
    Ex head of Hong Kong Police and all that !

    • almajir says:


      Your sarcasm would be well placed if you had got your facts correct. Pannu wasn “head of the Hong Kong police”, he was a Detective Inspector running a branch in a small police station in Kowloon – not quite the same, huh? Also, whilst Pannu was a barrister for 12 years he only took on legal aid cases and in those twelve years won precisely one case. He doesn’t have the experience as a barrister to help the proceedings and his experience as an officer is irrelevant now it is in court. Trust me on this – without wanting to sound condescending, I know more about this than you do – I know Pannu isn’t involved.

  • sappy sad says:

    …………it all sounds to me like the act of a drowning man grabbing at fishing floats when he himself is on the hook ……..which feels to me like a n important act for the future of our club is near ….what does bother me is the fact of in our need of a buyer for blues that support at the turnstyle is weakening ..which aint healthy when selling a club ….I dislike C.Y.as much as anybody on this earth …but blues fans have to think in the lines of they are not supporting blues for C.Ys sake but for the new owners sake ,..as soon C.Y. AND PETER PAN may not have any authority at st Andrews in the near future.

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