Tutegemee kuwa na TOP 7 EPL?

Hadrianus

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Inawezekana leo Oktoba 7, 2021 waarabu wa Saudia wakainunua Newcastle United.

Uwekezaji unategemewa kua mkubwa zaidi ule wa City, hii italeta vita kubwa sana kuwania nafasi 4 za juu kushiriki UEFA.

Tutegemee kua na Top 7 au tutabaki na Top 6?
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denooJ

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Top four iko pale pale ndio inaenda CL hii haina mpinzani hata hapa nakutajia timu zitakazomaliza top 4; Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool, na Man Utd kama wakikomaa wakilegea wanatupwa nje.

Halafu kuna ligi ndogo ya timu mbili au tatu zinazoenda Europa League, then wanafuatia wengine.
 

Utopologist

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Chelsea na Man City zitabaki top 4 kwasababu ya wamiliki wao, Newcastle anakwenda kuungana nao. Nafasi ya mwisho ya top 4 itakuwa ni kinyang'anyiro kati ya Man U na Liverpool.
 

Pionaire

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Inawezekana leo Oktoba 7, 2021 waarabu wa Saudia wakainunua Newcastle United.

Uwekezaji unategemewa kua mkubwa zaidi ule wa City, hii italeta vita kubwa sana kuwania nafasi 4 za juu kushiriki UEFA.

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Kuweka vitu sawa ni kwamba hao owners wanaotaka kununua hio NEWCASTLE ni group la organization moja inaitwa "Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia"....sasa kwenye iyo organization shareholder mkubwa by 80% ndo huyo prince wa saudiarabia Prince wa SAUDI "Mohammed Bin Salman" ambaye ndo huyo uliyemuweka hapo pichani na utajiri wake yeye kama yeye ni takribani £7billion tu kwahiyo huyo jamaa bado hana kifua cha kushindana na matajiri wa CITY(Sheikh.Mansour mmiliki wa etihadi Airways mwenye £23billion) na CHELSEA(Abrahamovic).

Who is Mohamed Bin Salman? Saudi Arabia Crown Prince behind £300m Newcastle takeover


Who is Mohamed Bin Salman? Saudi Arabia Crown Prince behind £300m Newcastle takeover​



He is the man whom Newcastle fans hope can finally turn their club from a sleeping giant into a top-level contender.

But who exactly is Mohammed Bin Salman?

And can he transform Newcastle with his proposed £300million takeover?

Bin Salman is the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and in that role he governs over the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia, the group that intends to take an 80 per cent stake in Newcastle as part of the ambitious takeover.

If the takeover does go through and Bin Salman does obtain a majority share, he will become the fourth wealthiest owner in the Premier League.

He boasts a personal worth estimated at £7billion.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
© REUTERS Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
That is still some way behind Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour (net worth £17bn) and marginally less than Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich (£9.2bn) and Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke (£8bn).

But while his own net worth is valued at around £7bn, the overall worth of the PIF group is said to be in the region of £260bn, with the Saudi ruling family among the wealthiest groups on the planet.


And while Newcastle fans must grapple with the prospect of the ruler of the most intolerant nations in the world taking over their club, for many it will be a price worth paying to be shot of controversial owner Mike Ashley.


Bin Salman, 34, fulfils a number of political roles within his country and currently counts Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence among his titles.


In June 2017 his father, King Salman, appointed his son Crown Prince, making him next in line to the Saudi throne and the country’s day-to-day ruler.


The success of Abu Dhabi, in enhancing its global image through the vehicle of its ownership of Manchester City, is said to have persuaded Bin Salman to do the same through Newcastle, having failed with a bid to buy out the Glazers at Manchester United.

Mohammed bin Salman in talks with Donald Trump at the G20 summit in Japan in 2019
© REUTERS Mohammed bin Salman in talks with Donald Trump at the G20 summit in Japan in 2019
He is said to see the worlds of sports and entertainment as ways to change global perceptions of Saudi Arabia, which has an appalling record on human rights and continues to oppress women.


Bin Salman wants to promote a positive image on the international stage and social reforms have been introduced to improve the country's human rights record and give women more liberty, although abusive practices continue within the country.


His expected takeover of Newcastle is another stage in the global re-branding of Saudi Arabia.


Whether it can also bring the club's fiercely loyal fanbase the success it has craved for so long, remains to be seen.
 

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