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Brian Dick

Brian Dick

Rugby, Tennis and Athletics Correspondent for BPM Media

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Birmingham City's receivers clear final hurdle to end Carson Yeung era

EY reaches a settlement with Peter Pannu as decisive EGM moves closer in a move which could bring an end to a controversial era in the history of Birmingham City FC

Birmingham City FC parent receives two more bids

More suitors eye troubled Blues as total of bidders reaches seven since EY took over running the club in February

More upheaval at Birmingham City FC's parent company with the departure of nine directors

Peter Pannu removed from Birmingham City FC's parent company

Move upheaval at BIHL board as nine directors leave their posts and two are suspended while the club stresses it is business as usual

Review: Horrible Christmas, Old Rep Theatre, Birmingham

Who’d have known Christmas had all but disappeared until Charles Dickens rekindled the nation’s love affair with our most pervasive and costly, public holiday

Can anyone emulate the golden success of Birchfield Harrier Louise Hazel four years ago in Delhi?

Not quite London 2012..but glory awaits the great

For some the Commonwealth Games will be a crucial part of their development into elite international competition.

Matthew Hudson-Smith of Birchfield

Matthew is being fast-tracked to the top, says Redmond

Birchfield's 400m starlet tipped to bring a return to the glory days

Bees are all abuzz about Moseley name-change plan

Moseley's plan to change their name has received a mixed reaction from some of the region’s leading rugby officials.

Dwain Chambers

Chambers is continuing to muddy waters for Britain

Dwain Chambers frustrated the ambitions of youngsters like Chijindu Ujah and Richard Kilty to take an eighth 100 metres title of an incredible career.

Daniel Evans of Great Britain

Evans remains closer to a superstar than superstore

Dan Evans had detained the world No. 11 for less than two hours as his Wimbledon debut ended in a comprehensive 2-6, 3-6, 3-6 drubbing.

Andy Murray kissing the trophy after beating Serbia's Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon last year.

Andy's bus should have a clear run to the semis

British tennis fans will hope London Bus Syndrome applies at Wimbledon over the next fortnight as a first men's champion in 77 years, is followed by a second just 12 months later.


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