Trillion Trophy Asia’s takeover of Birmingham is complete ending the plight they’ve suffered in recent years – the club have confirmed.
After the dreadful reign of Carson Yeung lasting from 2009 to 2014 which saw them drop into the Championship and nearly League 1, their new owners in 2014 were given a two-year exclusivity period to buy the club.
Any long term concerns fans had can now end and they can look forward to the future with stable ownership, a quality manager in the shape of Gary Rowett.
The painful chapter of Yeung’s ownership can finally be put to rest and Chinese businessman Paul Suen is now the major shareholder in the club, ending the major involvement Yeung had and even though Seun has not been named as the chairman, he is by far the largest shareholder in a long time.
Seun’s Trillion Trophy Asia Company now hold more stock than Yeung’s firm and fans can look forward to a rosier future.
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