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Prince Abdullah wins Sheffield United ownership battle

(Reuters) – Sheffield United’s Kevin McCabe has
been ordered by a High Court to sell his 50% share
in the English soccer team to co-owner Prince
Abdullah bin Mosaad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the
Premier League club announced on Monday.
British media reported that the pair had fallen out
in 2017 after launching separate bids to take over
the Yorkshire club, who were promoted to the top
flight after finishing second in the Championship
last season.
They were involved in a legal battle for over 20
months which reached its conclusion on Monday


and the Blades issued a statement

Sheffield united fc statement

The Blades are in 15th place after collecting five
points from their opening five league games this
season.


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By Victor Aluede G.y

Aluede G.y Victory is a history
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