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STAN KROENKE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Report: Philadelphia 76ers owner Joshua Harris close to Palace takeover

Sports magnate Josh Harris is close to purchasing Premier League club Crystal Palace, Bloomberg reports. Harris is expected to join John Henry (Liverpool), the Glazer family (Manchester United), Stan Kroenke (Arsenal) and Shad Khan (Fulham) as an owner of both an English football club and an American sports franchise. The co-founder of Apollo Global Management — a private equity...
Via Fox Sports
10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Local St. Louis politicians are in serious talks to build new stadium

Local politicians in St. Louis are in serious talks to build a new open-air stadium. That’s according to a report by St. Louis Post Dispatch columnist Bryan Burwell. Burwell’s column, which was posted a few hours after the Rams’ disappointing Monday Night Football loss that dropped them to 0-3 at home, posits that owner Stan Kroenke has been in contact with local officials...
Via cover32 - Rams
9 days ago  |  Discuss

A Dissent From A Tired Rams Fan

The Monday night primetime game against the San Francisco 49ers was a poor showing for both the St. Louis Rams and their fans. The 49ers scored 31 unanswered points and the only time the Rams faithful were louder than the 49ers’ fans was when they were booing team owner Stan Kroenke at halftime.Just another Rams game.At this point, the Rams season is over. The division is too far...
Via Pro Football Spot
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Arsenal shareholders to question owner Stan Kroenke over £3 million payment to another of his companies

Arsenal shareholders will use Thursday’s Annual General Meeting to question majority owner Stan Kroenke over a £3 million payment to another of his companies and challenge Arsene Wenger about his summer transfer strategy. Telegraph Sport has seen a list of questions that have been tabled by prominent smaller shareholders ahead of the meeting and there is a focus on Arsenal...
Via Pro Sports Daily
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: Stan Kroenke doesn’t care about St. Louis

Here’s a recap of what you may have missed this past week. cover32 Rams Local Content - Top-5 ways to prepare for Monday’s GSOT reunion (READ) - Stan Kroenke does not care about you, St. Louis (READ) - St. Louis Rams cut Ray Ray Armstrong in effort to send discipline message (READ) - Quotable Thursdays: “The Sacks are on the Individual Players” (READ) - Is it finally...
Via cover32 - Rams
14 days ago  |  Discuss

The good news on Kroenke's LA land buy: Getting stadium talks going again

ST. LOUIS -- Your move, St. Louis. The latest episode in the will-the-Rams-stay-or-leave-St. Louis saga came Thursday when both The St. Louis Post-Dispatch and The Los Angeles Times reported that Rams owner Stan Kroenke had purchased 60 acres of land -- large enough to build a football stadium -- in the Los Angeles suburbs. Now Rams fans who were already nervous about the team'...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
January 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Rams owner buys land in L.A., could team be returning to Los Angeles?

Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times reports sources have informed him that St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke has purchased a 60-acre parking lot located in Inglewood, California that could be used for an NFL stadium. According to Farmer, Madison Square Garden Co., who already owns the Forum, had their eyes set on the plot of land and were reportedly prepared to pay an estimated...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
January 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Is Stan Kroenke trying to bring MLS soccer to St. Louis?

Many St. Louis Rams have worried over the past several months about the future of the NFL in St. Louis due to ongoing dealings with the Rams' lease situation with the city of St. Louis and the Edward Jones Dome. Some think that owner Stan Kroenke may bolt town. If the latest news about another project Kroenke looks to be working on is any indication, Kroenke will not be looking...
Via STLSportsMinute
March 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Arsenal: Kroenke committed for 'long term'

Arsenal says owner Stan Kroenke has no plans to sell his majority stake after reports in a British newspaper claimed a Middle East consortium was ready to make a bid of 1.5 billion pounds ($2.25 million) for the Premier League club. The Sunday Telegraph said an unidentified group backed by funds from Qatar and the United Arab Emirates wanted to make a cash offer to buy 100 percent...
Via AP on Fox
March 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Kroenke's Arsenal plans inspired by Glazers

Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke is looking to the Glazer family's business blueprint at Manchester United for inspiration as he tries to boost the London club's commercial success. The American says he isn't going to load Arsenal with lots of new debt the way the Glazers did with United, but that he is impressed with how they have turned the club into the Premier League&...
Via AP on Fox
October 31, 2011  |  Discuss
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