The holding company of Birmingham City FC has failed for a fourth time to file its financial results for the year to 30 June 2011, reports BBC News. Cayman Island-registered Birmingham International Holdings (BIH) says the results will be published by 31 July and its annual report by 15 August.

BIH boss and Birmingham City's president Carson Yeung has faced money-laundering charges in Hong Kong.

The club sit fifth in the Championship, in a play-off place with one game left.

BIH says the delay in publishing its financial figures is because, "more additional time is required by the company's subsidiaries in finalising its financial statements and preparing the final results of the group".

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