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Nightclub where footballer Cody Fisher was killed to remain closed for good

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Nightclub where footballer Cody Fisher was killed to remain closed for good

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The nightclub where footballer Cody Fisher was killed in a knife attack on Boxing Day will remain closed for good after Birmingham City Council permanently removed its operating licence.

They have been remanded into custody awaiting trial, which is set to be held in July.

Officers responded to the fatal stabbing of Mr Fisher, 23, in Digbeth on Boxing Day.


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Author / Journalist: Samuel Osborne

Category: Sports

Topics: Licence Club West Midlands Serious Been Police Venue Council Birmingham Fisher

Source Website Secure: Yes (HTTPS)

Sentiment: Negative

Fact Checked: Legitimate

Article Type: News Report

News Source URL: news.sky.com

Readership Location: United Kingdom

Published Date: 2023-01-24, 18:39:00

News Timezone: GMT +8:00

Language: English

Original Article Length: 242 words

Reading Duration: 2 minutes read

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News ID: 3133801

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