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February 27, 2021
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EPL club owner Prince Abdullah would do business with Bin Laden family

Osama Bin but the owner of an EPL club says he would do business with his “not disgraced” family.

Saudi Arabia’s Prince Abdullah, whose full name is Prince Abdullah Bin Mosaad Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is the owner of newly promoted EPL club Sheffield United after former co-owner Kevin McCabe was forced by high-court ruling to sell his 50 per cent share. 

Besides, Abdullah is the member of the world’s third-wealthiest Royal Family. Now Abdullah is seeking sponsorship money, and allegedly he does not care where he gets it from.

In a statement, Abdullah said, he would not sell the Premier League team, was “100 per cent committed to the club.” 

Abdullah has given clear indications that he can even take sponsorship dollars from the family of Osama Bin Laden, who orchestrated the murder of thousands family. He said, “Money is a big factor but if it was about money, I would sell the club right now. My main focus is to bring in sponsors from Saudi right now.”

IMAGE CREDIT: Yorkshirepost.co.uk

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