Birmingham City FC's former owner Carson Yeung will find out if his appeal against a money laundering sentence has been successful today.
A judge in Hong Kong is set to make a decision later.
Yeung was jailed for six years in March last year after being found guilty of five counts of money laundering between 2001 and 2007.
Yeung bought Birmingham City in October 2009 from David Sullivan and David Gold, who are now the co-owners of West Ham.
The 55-year-old was arrested and charged with money laundering two years later.
He resigned as president of City and chairman of the club's parent company, Birmingham International Holdings Ltd (BIHL), in February last year.
Former Birmingham City chairman Carson Yeung has lost an appeal against his conviction for money laundering.Read the full story ›
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Birmingham City's parent company has appointed Carson Yeung's brother-in-law as its new chief executive and managing director.Read the full story ›
Gary Rowett, the manager of Birmingham City FC, has spoken to our reporter Steve Clamp about how he's banished the blues from the Blues.
"I'm quite a positive character, the people around me are as well. When I came in, I didn't mention the 8-0 defeat, I didn't mention anything about what I'd done before.
"I said, 'Listen, you'll get judged on what we do going forward, and if you give me everything you've got, I'll take everything else.'
"I want to encourage people to be brave."
Lloyd Dyer has joined Birmingham City from Watford.
The Blues say the winger will be available for their FA Cup fourth round tie against West Bromwich Albion.
Birmingham-born Dyer began his professional career at WBA in 2000.
The Football League is investigating whether Carson Yeung is still wielding significant influence at Birmingham from his prison cell.Read the full story ›