Arsenal Football Club Takeover a Winner – fans approved American bid 2011

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Arsenal football team beat Hull city and won the FA Cup at Wembley.

Tuesday August 7:  Stan Kroenke has bought all shares from Alisher Usmanov becoming the complete owner of Arsenal Football Club

It has been ten years since the Cup went in the team’s direction.  The club has come a long way since it was taken over by an American back in 2011.

The team says the Premier League has given approval to the takeover of the club by American Stan Kroenke.  Fans Also approved the bid by Billionaire.  Kroenke Sports Enterprises (KSE) bought additional shares last month to acquire a near 63% controlling interest in the Gunners’ parent holding company.

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The fans believed it was a winning goal for the Club. The takeover plans were controversial but it did encourage fans to believe in their team. They support their club by attending all matches but were a bit worried that the future was in doubt.  There was no intention of giving up the Club.  They were true fans and would continue with their support.  Players have had troubled times.  But with a new manager future is looking good.

Reaction went to talk to some supporters of the winning Club to get their reaction to the idea.



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