Sullivan: Birmingham won't be sold until we're happy

Birmingham City co-owner David Sullivan says he and David Gold need to be convinced that Carson Yeung can improve on their work if the Hong Kong billionaire is to complete his takeover.

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Sullivan said: "I know some people are concerned about what is going on with the club's share-holding, I want to assure them there have been no changes.

"The club is being run by the people who have done a great job for the past 14-15 years and therefore the club is in good hands.

"We welcome the investment of Carson Yeung's company Grandtop who bought 29.9%, a minority share-holding in the club.

"David Gold and I will only cease to be majority shareholders if we think someone can do a better job of running Birmingham City than we have."