Bruce demands Yeung meeting

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Birmingham boss Steve Bruce wants a meeting with prospective club owner Carson Yeung to prevent "instability" at St Andrews.

Bruce said last week that he was not expecting Hong Kong businessman Yeung - who holds a near 30% stake in the club and is expected to extend his shareholding - to agree to the new rolling contract he had negotiated with the current board of directors.

There is now uncertainty over Bruce´s future, with 20 months of his current deal left to run, and the manager told The Guardian: "I would like several issues resolved - more for the benefit of the club as a whole than anything else - so I´m going to try and set up a meeting. Generally football clubs do not progress if there is any instability."

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