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Birmingham City CEO resigns

Fri 23rd Apr 2010 | Clubs Ownership

Michael Dunford, the Birmingham City Chief Executive has today resign from his position at the club.

A statement released by Birmingham on their website reads

 

'Birmingham City FC can confirm that after formal discussions with Michael Dunford, the Chief Executive Officer, we have accepted his resignation.

We wish him well for the future and thank him for the time spent at the football club.'

The club will now seek to find a replacement for Dunford who can take the club forward in line with the ambitous plans outlined by Carson Yeung in an exclusive interview with F.C. Business Magazine. To subscribe to F.C. Business Magaine or for more information click here

 

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