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Yeung further slashes Birmingham ticket prices

Birmingham City supremo Carsen Yeung has pushed through with plans to slash ticket prices.

Hong Kong tycoon Yeung marked his £80million takeover last week of Premier League City by slashing prices for the visit of Manchester City and letting kids in for free against Sunderland.

And he has agreed to lower prices even further by introducing a new policy that will come into effect next month.

The prices for category A games have been dropped so fans can watch Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool from prices starting at just £32.

And the most expensive ticket in future to see the big teams will be £40 instead of £48.



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