Over the last few years Aliko Dangote has outlined his plans to buy out Stan Kroenke at Arsenal. With a personal fortune estimated at $10.6bn, Dangote has the greens but is this high rolling Arsenal devotee genuinely interested or is it just a publicity stunt to promote himself and his
Wright’s claims that the departure of David Dein led to the end of Arsenal’s success are misplaced and naive.
I love Ian Wright, as a player he gave everything and as a pundit, his insights are normally well presented and precise but his recent declaration that Arsenal’s success ended when David
When Josh Kroenke came to the Emirates last year to look at the day to day running of the club, it was evident that something was going on behind the scenes and that Kroenke junior would eventually assume a bigger role.
Invisible Stan’s son has been more vocal in the short
Those hoping to see African billionaire, Aliko Dangote chase Stan Kroenke out of North London in 2020, may need to find another dream to cling to.
It was rumoured that Dangote was prepared to make his move after the completion of his oil refinery but it has been suggested by a
Ivan Gazidis, the Chief Executive of Arsenal Football Club is rumored to leave the North-London side after an 8-year stint. Earlier this week, Gazidis was offered to be the next executive director of AC Milan. However, him leaving Arsenal for AC Milan would leave a huge leadership hole.Ivan Gazidis is
Not long ago, Alisher Usmanov confirmed the sale of the Arsenal shares owned by his company, Red and White Holdings Plc. and Stan Kroenke is adding nightmare fuel to this situation.
The Uzbeki was in control of around 30% of the club’s shares, but had recently agreed to sell them to