Bournemouth have become the latest team to undergo a new management change led by Bill Foley, a US-based venture capital group. Acquired from Maxim Demin at a price of 120 million pounds. and will launch the chairmanship on New Year’s Eve
Bill Foley, American businessman Completed the takeover of Bournemouth in the English Premier League with a price of 120 million pounds or about 5,130 million baht on Tuesday, December 13, after Maxim Demin, the owner of the former British born. in Russia Decided to sell all the shares he had.
Earlier, Demin tried to sell the UFABET team. But still unable to find a person to take over the business Until September , Foley’s Black Nights Football Club group entered into negotiations. Due to the interest to come into business in the football league of the elite. Until recently, it was certified by the Premier League. and became the official owner of the Cherries
The 77-year-old owner of the Vegas Golden Knights, an American hockey team, will serve as Bournemouth chairman and attend home league games. New Year’s Eve meets Crystal Palace on Saturday December 31, before that they have a game away to Newcastle United in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday December 20 and a trip to Chelsea. In the Premier League game, Tuesday 27 December.
“I greatly respect the passion and support of Bournemouth fans and believe that connecting with the community is fundamental to the success of the sporting team,” the new owners said on the club’s website. Face with a guideline, always moving forward, not retreating, which shows all my efforts. I am committed to working with the best football teams and business ideas available to improve players. facilities and the experience of the fans to make Bournemouth succeed in the best possible position.”
Foley, meanwhile, also praised Demin, who over the course of 11 years helped the club rise from League One to the Premier League in less than five seasons, insisting that without his faith and the financial support and support of his family. already The team would only stop there and not be able to step up to play in a strong top league.