Arrest of Birmingham City owner casts doubt on “fit and proper person” test


By Andrew Warshaw

June 30 – Carson Yeung, the Hong Kong-based boss of English Championship club Birmingham City, has appeared in court after being charged with money-laundering, throwing into question the credibility of English football’s so-called “fit and proper person” rules for foreign owners.

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