Sullivan slams fans and Bruce buys

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Wantaway Birmingham co-owner David Sullivan has launched an astonishing attack on the club´s disgruntled fans and the summer signings made by former manager Steve Bruce.

Sullivan is desperate to sell his stake in Blues after claiming he and his fellow directors were subjected to "venomous" abuse from a section of the St Andrews crowd during Sunday´s Barclays Premier League match with Blackburn which saw the club relegated despite a 4-1 win.

He said on Sky Sports News: "I´ve got my young kids with me, my kids are in tears. I can´t repeat what was chanted. It´s all f´s and c´s and w´s, and things like that, which I don´t need in my life."

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