Officially .. the English club Sheffield United belongs to Abdullah bin Musaed

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“Makebe” appeal is null and expired

The English club Sheffield United, which is owned by Prince Abdullah bin Mosaed bin Abdulaziz, has received a decision from the Court of Appeal in England and Wales stating its rejection of the appeal submitted by the former club owner Kevin Macebe, against the backdrop of the British court decision last September regarding the sale of the club’s full shares to Prince Abdullah bin Assistant.

The ruling ruled that Kevin Macebe sell his shares to Prince Abdullah bin Musaed, as the court considered that the appeal submitted by Macebe was not sufficient, to end this two-year case of litigation over the ownership of the English club.

For his part, Prince Abdullah bin Mosaed expressed his happiness at the end of all doubts about his ownership of the club, which will contribute to focusing more on the remainder of this season for the team after the rise last season to the English Premier League.

Bin Musaed indicated that an agreement has been reached with the former owner on transferring the property of the historic stadium “Pramol Lane” and the rest of the facilities to their company, expecting that the transfer of ownership will be completed within the coming months.

The club is currently ranked seventh in the Premier League ranking, one point behind fifth place, with 15 rounds remaining from the end of the league, while the club set its main goal this season to remain in the Premier League clubs.

Officially .. the English club Sheffield United belongs to Abdullah bin Musaed

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The English club Sheffield United, which is owned by Prince Abdullah bin Mosaed bin Abdulaziz, has received a decision from the Court of Appeal in England and Wales stating its rejection of the appeal submitted by the former club owner Kevin Macebe, against the backdrop of the British court decision last September regarding the sale of the club’s full shares to Prince Abdullah bin Assistant.

The ruling ruled that Kevin Macebe sell his shares to Prince Abdullah bin Musaed, as the court considered that the appeal submitted by Macebe was not sufficient, to end this two-year case of litigation over the ownership of the English club.

For his part, Prince Abdullah bin Mosaed expressed his happiness at the end of all doubts about his ownership of the club, which will contribute to focusing more on the remainder of this season for the team after the rise last season to the English Premier League.

Bin Musaed indicated that an agreement has been reached with the former owner on transferring the property of the historic stadium “Pramol Lane” and the rest of the facilities to their company, expecting that the transfer of ownership will be completed within the coming months.

The club is currently ranked seventh in the Premier League ranking, one point behind fifth place, with 15 rounds remaining from the end of the league, while the club set its main goal this season to remain in the Premier League clubs.

January 21, 2020 – 26 Jumada I 1441

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“Makebe” appeal is null and expired

The English club Sheffield United, which is owned by Prince Abdullah bin Mosaed bin Abdulaziz, has received a decision from the Court of Appeal in England and Wales stating its rejection of the appeal submitted by the former club owner Kevin Macebe, against the backdrop of the British court decision last September regarding the sale of the club’s full shares to Prince Abdullah bin Assistant.

The ruling ruled that Kevin Macebe sell his shares to Prince Abdullah bin Musaed, as the court considered that the appeal submitted by Macebe was not sufficient, to end this two-year case of litigation over the ownership of the English club.

For his part, Prince Abdullah bin Mosaed expressed his happiness at the end of all doubts about his ownership of the club, which will contribute to focusing more on the remainder of this season for the team after the rise last season to the English Premier League.

Bin Musaed indicated that an agreement has been reached with the former owner on transferring the property of the historic stadium “Pramol Lane” and the rest of the facilities to their company, expecting that the transfer of ownership will be completed within the coming months.

The club is currently ranked seventh in the Premier League ranking, one point behind fifth place, with 15 rounds remaining from the end of the league, while the club set its main goal this season to remain in the Premier League clubs.





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