Friday, October 15, 2010

Premier League does not allow Hicks to sell their shares to the Mill

Премиър лийг не позволи на Хикс да продаде акциите си на Mill  The deal to sell Liverpool to the U.S. consortium NESV (New England Sports Ventures) made a huge step towards its final implementation, after the leadership of the Premier League does not allow Tom Hicks to sell his shares in the club of hedge fund Mill. Fund to finance risky financial operations expressed readiness to acquire the shares of the Texan, thus making it a complete ruler of Merseyside club after the August owns 50 percent of George Gillett. The deal would put a serious stick in the wheels for driving by the independent members of the Board of Directors of Liverpool selling club NESV. Premier League bosses, however, did not allow the transaction to the diehard Hicks to take place, since it can not pass without the consent of the Board of Directors. This seriously opens the door for owners of Boston Red Sox to come to Anfield.
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