Episode 116 - Too much too Yeung

Made in Birmingham, Destroyed in Hong Kong. That's the message from Birmingham City fans about the state of their football club, but is there finally some light at the end of the tunnel?


More than two years after his arrest in the Far East following money-laundering allegations, Blues owner Carson Yeung has finally resigned from the board at St Andrew's. Despite the fact he still remains as majority shareholder, acting chairman Peter Pannu has now claimed that the club faces a 'bright' future.


We speak to a man who disagrees - talkSPORT Presenter and Commentator Ian Danter, a huge Birmingham fan who has covered the club for years on both local and national radio. He also tells us about the continued difficulties faced by manager Lee Clark, who saw his side win 2-0 away at Charlton on Saturday.


Elsewhere, Burton Albion's 1-0 victory at Morecambe in League Two has further tightened the race for promotion to the third tier. The Brewers now sit just a point behind the top three with sixteen games to play. We discuss their prospects of a historic promotion with David Broome, sports reporter at the Burton Mail.


The boys also touch on Sheffield United's FA Cup exploits, Wycombe's never ending barren spell in front of goal, Russ Wilcox's X Factor audition… and we ask, what exactly will replace the postage stamp? There's all that plus Harry Davis with more on his club Portsmouth…


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