Sullivan reveals takeover worries

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Birmingham co-owner David Sullivan wants the future of the club to be resolved by the end of next month after revealing his concerns about Carson Yeung´s proposed takeover "dragging on".

Yeung has clinched a 29.9% stake in the club and it was thought the Hong Kong businessman would eventually buy out Sullivan and club chairman David Gold, but he believes it could be a long drawn-out affair - if it goes ahead at all - and he wants a decision by the end of September.

Sullivan told the Birmingham Mail: "I have to admit that I am concerned that this is all dragging on too long. It is not in the best interests of the club."

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