October 11 – 19 other top British football clubs reportedly filed joint complaints with the Premier League after clearing a £ 305m acquisition of Newcastle by a Saudi-backed group. Has been done.
The club will promote an emergency meeting next week on why the Saudi-led consortium was suddenly allowed to buy the club after it was first banned and why the other 19 people were barely notified. It is reported that there is.
According to The Guardian, the club admits it’s too late to stop a deal closed last week, which could make Newcastle the wealthiest club in football in the world, but it turns out why it’s so close to the announcement. I want to know if it was.
The Premier League will undoubtedly claim that things have changed when Saudi Arabia lifted the ban on Qatar-based beIN Sports and was convinced that Saudi Arabia would not be involved in the day-to-day operations of Newcastle.
However, human rights groups have strongly criticized transactions led by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, the Public Investment Fund (PIF), and supervised by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Skeptics may suggest that the protest is simply a sour grape, given that Newcastle appears to be a major force after years of unfulfillment.
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– Soccer Sports
Premier League teams want an explanation as to why Saudi Arabia was added to the club
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