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Statement

The Club policy on transfers, recruitment, infrastructure improvement and such like will be clear, efficient and effective with the aim of maximising value on the back of best practice

BCFC

Blues welcome the release from the EFL after its April Board Meeting today.

The Club can confirm it will not be appealing the nine-point deduction as a result of a breach in the Profitability and Sustainability Rules in the period 2015/16 - 2017/18.

In the light of this season's unprecedented events and after taking stock of all our dealings with the EFL, Birmingham City are committed to ensuring we remain competitive with the ultimate goal of achieving our ambitions, whilst at the same time being mindful and respectful of regulations and parameters laid out.

The Club policy on transfers, recruitment, infrastructure improvement and such like will be clear, efficient and effective with the aim of maximising value on the back of best practice.

The Club would like to thank the EFL's Chief Executive Shaun Harvey, Director of Legal Affairs Nick Craig, Financial Controller Jim Karran, amongst others, for their understanding, help and guidance in what has been a difficult period for all.

Birmingham City looks forward to a bright future with its committed staff, on and off the field, striving to achieve success.

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