Birmingham City Football Club

Flying Today

David Gold’s life appears to be one of targets set and goals achieved. As an out-of-work ‘brickie’ in 1960s London, he wanted to move up in the world and taste some of the finer things in life. In the years since then, he has become one of Britain’s wealthiest and most successful businessmen, and was recently listed among the country’s 100 richest entrepreneurs. Continue reading...

Reviewing the Gold Standard

You could be forgiven for misinterpreting the stylish DG belt buckle and discrete shirt monocle as Dolce & Gabbana designer labels or the Roller’s D 6OLD number plate as trappings of ostentation. But in needing to re-emphasise his identity, David Gold – the slight, deprived East End boy now worth £450 million, helm of Ann Summers and Chairman of Birmingham City Football Club – perhaps isn’t as self confident as he might portray.

Sky Sports – Gold hopes for Blues stay.

David Gold is hoping Carson Yeung will find a role for him in his new Birmingham City regime. Continue reading...

Gold goes for Hammers.

BIRMINGHAM owners David Gold and David Sullivan will mount a bid to buy West Ham if Carson Yeung’s £70m St Andrew’s takeover goes through. Continue reading...

Gold delight at signing Dann

Birmingham City chairman David Gold is delighted to have signed Coventry City defender Scott Dann.

The Barclays Premier League new boys agreed an undisclosed fee with the Sky Blues for the highly-rated 22-year-old, who becomes Birmingham’s third signing of the summer. Continue reading...

Birmingham City chairman David Gold is optimistic.

DAVID Gold insists Alex McLeish’s summer rebuilding at Birmingham City is on schedule.

While the chairman doesn’t want to get too carried away with the work being done behind closed doors, he admits he is ‘quietly optimistic’ about the plans in place. Continue reading...

Gold pledges to back McLeish

Chairman David Gold has insisted Birmingham City will “never again” be dragged into the off-field turmoil which he believes led to them being relegated from the Premier League last season. Continue reading...

Grandpa Gold’s Baby Joy

Blues chairman David Gold today (Tuesday) exclusively contacted the official club website bcfc.com to let supporters know of his delight at becoming a grandparent this afternoon. Continue reading...

Bright prospects for Gold

Promotion could be worth a small fortune to Birmingham City but right now that does not concern chairman David Gold. Continue reading...

Gold learns lesson from takeover trauma.

Chairman David Gold has insisted Birmingham will “never again” be dragged into the off-field turmoil which he believes led to them being relegated from the Barclays Premier League last season. Continue reading...