Carson Yeung, the owner of Birmingham City Football Club has pleaded not guilty at the start of his trial for money laundering in Hong Kong today. The 52-year-old businessman was arrested in 2011.
He faces five charges of money laundering totalling nearly £60m. His lawyers have tried to stop proceedings against him.
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