Date: 1st August 2018 at 4:50pm
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Club director Edward Cheng has taken to Twitter to hint that there is some “positive news” on the horizon for the club.

He hasn’t tweeted himself since the win against Fulham on May 6th, but early this evening, he has suggested there may have been a breakthrough of some sort:

I am not getting my hopes up just yet. We are all probably thinking the same thing that the embargo on the club has been lifted but we will have to wait for confirmation on the club website.

If the transfer ban has been removed then it would come in the nick of time for Garry Monk. There are barely eight days to go before the end of the transfer window, and there is so much work to do on the transfer front.

Saying that however, Cheng’s tweet could simply be that they’ve finally managed to get Kristian Pedersen registered. Let’s hope this is the news we’ve all been waiting for.

 

5 Replies to “Birmingham Director Hints At “Positive News” On the Horizon For Club”

  • It’s about time we had some good news……..but what? So little time now to sort out contracts or convince players to come join us …..Better late than never. KRO

  • Monk did say a week ago that ‘there is still plenty of time’ before the August 9th deadline. Also I can recall the wording ‘flurry of activity after the embargo’. Perhaps if Tom Ross is spot on about tomorrow- then the following seven days could be interesting.

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