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Birmingham row with West Ham takes new twist

Birmingham City's dispute with the club's former joint-majority shareholders David Sullivan and David Gold is escalating.

City have threatened to sue Gold over claims they reneged on a deal to offer him the chairmanship.

But Gold, now in charge of West Ham, is willing to counter-sue following derogatory and defamatory remarks about him, says the Mirror.

Gold reckons Yeung's offer document, tabled by his company Grandtop, states he was to continue in an "on-going capacity as a non-executive director of Birmingham City and chairman of the club".

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