After taking over Newcastle Club, the Crown Prince of Arabia made the first decision affecting the situation of this team.
The Saudi Crown Prince made his first decision at Newcastle Club, who is the head coach?
A vibrant week of Newcastle Club ended with the new owners taking over the team step by step. Accordingly, the Northeast team is expected to “change skin” to return to the power of English football as they have shown in the past. Recently, the first decisions from the Newcastle superstructure have been officially made and it is related to the team coach seat.
Specifically, current Newcastle Club coach Steve Bruce will continue to be trusted for the “hot seat” from now until the end of the season. If the Premier League returns, the final stages of the tournament will be the only chance for the English strategist to show his side.
That’s also understandable because with so much money being poured into the summer transfer market, the new owner of Newcastle will not accept an unqualified name on the board. Mr. Steve Bruce himself is also showing “inferiority” than the coaches expected to be “injected” in contact as Max Allegri, Mauricio Pochettino or even “old” Rafa Benitez.
However, the opportunity to lead Newcastle Club to the end of the season has shown that the management of this team still has a little faith in Steve Bruce’s understanding of Newcastle. Currently, the process of officially announcing Newcastle Club ownership of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman is still waiting for the final step of the Premier League organizers’ approval.
According to the British press, Mr. Yasir Al-Rumayyan, who is currently the director of the Arabia Public Investment Fund (PIF) (Investment Fund on behalf of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman bought Newcastle), will assume the position of Newcastle Club president. In addition, Ms. Staveley, representing PCP Capital (the unit holding 10% of the shares) will be a special advisor to the development direction of the team in the Northeast of England.
Al-Rumayyan’s goal is to convey the wishes that the Prince of Arabia gave to Newcastle, namely to help the team win the titles in the foggy country, and regularly participate in the European arena. Au. With the great ambition of the Arab bosses, the ability to leave coach Steve Bruce is very high. The 59-year-old strategist is helping Newcastle Club stand at 13th position in the Premier League table this season.
Arabia Crown Prince bought Newcastle dreaming of No. 1: Is the shock canceled?
The Arabia Crown Prince’s acquisition of Newcastle is facing the risk of being canceled when the Premier League organizers received many letters of denunciation.
According to FoxSports, the organizing committee of the Premier League has received many proposals to consider the violations of international law that the Arabia Public Investment Fund made to buy Newcastle Club. This is considered a big shock because the process of acquiring Newcastle by the Arab owners is going to the final stage, which requires the approval of the Premier League organizers.
The accusations erupted after the Arab Public Investment Fund is said to have paid £ 300m to buy Newcastle from owner Mike Ashley in an attempt to turn the club into the top of the Premier League, even next to compete for the No. 1 throne.
Human rights activists and one of the major Arab television partners have asked the Premier League to review and immediately stop the Arab owners’ attempts to buy Newcastle Club.
FoxSports also affirmed that Amnesty International, a non-governmental organization with the goal of protecting human rights, has sent a complaint letter to the Football Association’s CEO, Mr. Richard Masters, to announce that the acquisition of Newcastle by Arabia owners could be a form of taking advantage of covering up violations of international law.
Specifically, according to Kate Allen, Director of Amnesty International, said the Arab Public Investment Fund had violated human rights in the country. Even cases involving a murdered journalist have been linked to the Newcastle Club investment fund.
Reportedly, the Premier League organizers have the right to prevent the acquisition of football clubs if the “Board of Directors determines the organization that buys the team (the buyer) who has participated in activities outside the United Kingdom that lead to illegal disputes. “
Besides, a television unit of copyright and a major partner of the Premier League has accused the Arab Public Investment Fund of using sport as a “financial shady” means. That will affect the reputation and reputation that the Premier League has built.
Apparently, with the wave of accusations on, Newcastle Club is facing the risk of “no owner” when Mike Ashley is said to have received the entire amount of the purchase “Warts”. Even Arab bosses have made the first decisions related to the team coach seat when giving the opportunity to lead the end of the season to incumbent coach Steve Bruce.
Obviously the team in the Northeast of England will be in big trouble if the ownership of the Arab owners is canceled. If this happens, Newcastle will from a club is expected to revive will fall into extremely miserable circumstances. This is not what English football fans want, as fans wait for new forces to create more attractive competition in the foggy country.
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