Carson Yeung on the dock

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This has not been a tumultuous few months for Birmingham City. Relegated from the Premiership, Alex McLeish turns traitor and joins Aston Villa, and now Carson Yeung, the largest shareholder of the club has been charged with five counts of money laundering by a Hong Kong court. His arrears could amount to £59m, a nice tidy sum of money.
Chris Hughton, the newly appointed manager, is desperately trying to hold onto his players to return the Blues to the Premiership. He might find it very tough as Tony Pulis wants to raid them for Cameron Jerome and Scott Dann.

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