Wednesday November 10, 2021
BIRMINGHAM supporters will have the opportunity to meet the man leading the bid to save the club next week.

Nigel Tolley, a successful businessman based in Kinver, will be appearing on stage with current team boss Laurence Rogers at the Aston Manor Cricket Club on Tuesday, November 16 (7pm) to bring supporters an update on the future of the Brummies.

Tolley, who is heading a consortium to keep the Perry Barr outfit on track in 2022 and beyond, will speak openly about all current situations and is also inviting questions from supporters in attendance.

Club chief Rogers is urging loyal fans to turn out in good numbers and hear the latest on the future of the club first hand.

"There are problems we have been faced with - but we're not just going to give in like that," he said.

"We will give everything we've got to make sure the Brummies do survive and race on in 2022.

"No sale has been agreed as of yet and Nigel and the consortium are working tirelessly behind the scenes to try and secure extra funding etc to ensure everything is viable.

"Tuesday night is a great opportunity for supporters to hear first hand where we're currently at, the problems we are facing, how we plan to overcome those and where we want to try and ultimately get the Brummies too."

There will be no admission fee for the event, however supporters are encouraged to make a donation to the Birmingham Speedway Supporters Club on the night itself.

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