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Michael Wiseman steps down from Birmingham City Board

Mon 18th Jul 2011 | Football Club Management

Birmingham City have announced that Michael Wiseman has accepted a request to step down from the Birmingham City Board.

In a statement released by the club today, Wiseman will step down as part of a restructuring of the club's Board but will remain as an honorary vice-president.

“Michael Wiseman has accepted a request to step down from the Birmingham City Board.

“However the local businessman will stay behind as honorary vice-president, thus continuing the club's long association with the Wiseman family.

Acting chairman Peter Pannu said: "We'd like to thank Mike for his efforts as a director since we arrived at the club.

"We are delighted that he is willing to maintain his link with the club as honorary vice-president and to continue with his much treasured advisory role."

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