No takeover talk until summer - Gold

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Chairman David Gold has insisted Birmingham will not entertain any more takeover bids until at least next summer as he called for "a period of stability" at the club.

Gold claimed the potential Carson Yeung takeover bid was "dead in the water" and downplayed supposed interest in Blues from Russian billionaire Vagit Alekperov.

He is adamant the main priority is to help new manager Alex McLeish and his staff to keep City in the Barclays Premier League, and said: "We now need a period of stability. That is 100% correct. We will do nothing now. We can´t stop people making inquiries."

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