Tag: Alisher Usmanov
Former major Arsenal shareholder Alisher Usmanov has donated $5m to help support to people displaced after a dam broke in Uzbekistan following on from the $10m he donated to help following the flooding in the Syrdarya region.
Former major Arsenal shareholder, Alisher Usmanov, has landed his nephew a job with Everton, a club he has repeatedly been linked with investing in.
Former Arsenal shareholder, Alisher Usmanov, wants to invest in Everton in a bid to return to top-level football ownership.
Alisher Usmanov isn't about to spend the £600m he made through selling his Arsenal shares to buy Charlton Athletic, according to his spokesperson.
Stan Kroenke has set Unai Emery the task of winning the Champions League according to Rob Draper in today’s Sunday Mirror.
Alisher Usmanov has no interest in quitting football despite selling his Arsenal shares and has just invested $200m in Pakhtakor Tashkent FK.
Mail.ru, a company co-owned by Alisher Usmanov, has called for a change to Russia’s hate-speech legislation and amnesty for those already convicted under the law ‘unjustly’.
Stan Kroenke is poised to become the sole owner of Arsenal allowing him to take the company private after Alisher Usmanov agreed to sell his shares to the American.
In disappointing news for everyone who was hoping Mathieu Flamini would buy Arsenal from Stan Kroenke and Alisher Usmanov someday, the former Gunner isn't actually a billionaire.
Arsenal shares have traded for a new record price, which seems to be in anticipation of Alisher Usmanov selling his stake in the club.
Linklaters and Deloitte are both trying to avoid blame in Lady Bracewell-Smith's lawsuit, relating to the sale of her 15.9 per cent stake in Arsenal to Stan Kroenke.
An Arsenal share traded for £31,000 last week, and the current mid-price on the NEX exchange puts the club's value at well over £2bn.
Former Arsenal shareholder Lady Nina Bracewell-Smith has filed a professional negligence claim against Linklaters over errors during share sale.
Arsenal's second largest shareholder, Alisher Usmanov, owns 30.4% of the club and is worth an estimated $16bn, so how did the 64-year-old make his money and are all those stories about him true?
Have you ever had a spare £50m lying around and thought, 'You know what I could do with, a new superyacht'?
Stan Kroenke has bought 22 more shares in Arsenal Football Club at £28,000 each, a £616,000 investment taking his total shareholding to 67.09 per cent.
Arsenal's share price is rising even higher as the recent trade of three shares broke the previous record sale.
Republican senators in Washington DC are requesting the US State Department include Alisher Usmanov on a blacklist of oligarchs with alleged ties to Russian president Vladimir Putin.
Who are they really and what do they want for Arsenal?
Alisher Usmanov has penned a letter to the International Olympic Committee in an attempt to convince them to allow the Russian flag and national anthem at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea next year.
Alisher Usmanov could take over Belgian club Anderlecht, according to latest reports.
It's emerged that Arsenal shareholder, Alisher Usmanov, was allegedly pouring money into Digital Sky Technologies, a Russian company that was being side-eyed by many for investing huge sums of money in competing social media outlets.
Alisher Usmanov questioned over Everton involvement amid risk of breaching Premier League regulations
Alisher Usmanov's involvement in Everton Football Club has come into question over the last few days.
A BBC Panorama special will reportedly look into Alisher Usmanov's involvement in Farhad Moshiri's investment in Everton FC.
Is it possible to be both optimistic and pessimistic about the same thing at the same time?
The Arsenal Supporters' Trust are set to submit a protest vote against Sir Chips Keswick and Josh Kroenke at the Annual General Meeting on Thursday.
With another bid for control of Arsenal reportedly being rejected this week, we're taking a look at the current situation the club are in.
Two Arsenal shares were traded for £27,500 on Wednesday, seemingly in response to the rumours of a bid by Stan Kroenke for Alisher Usmanov's shareholding.
Arsenal legend Ian Wright has begged Alisher Usmanov not to sell his shares to majority shareholder Stan Kroenke, after reports that Kroenke could become a 97% owner of the Gunners.
The Arsenal Supporters' Trust say they're pleased with the statement Alisher Usmanov put out about not selling his shares to Stan Kroenke.
Alisher Usmanov has released a statement to assure Arsenal fans that he won't be selling his 30% stake in the club to Stan Kroenke. He did hint he could sell to someone else, however.
Latest reports suggest Alisher Usmanov could accept Stan Kroenke's £525m offer for his 30% shares at Arsenal, leaving him free to join Farhad Moshiri at Everton.
Arsenal fans are understandably concerned about Stan Kroenke owning 97% of their club.
The Arsenal Supporters' Trust are set to oppose any move by Stan Kroenke to obtain full single ownership of the club.
Stan Kroenke has reportedly offered Alisher Usmanov £545m to take over the Russian's 30.4% stake in Arsenal.
Stan Kroenke has made a bid for Alisher Usmanov's 30% stake in Arsenal, according to reports.
The Arsenal supporters are annoyed by Everton showing more ambition than the club this summer, with the Toffees confirming the £45m signing of Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Arsenal shareholder, Alisher Usmanov, is the eighth richest football club owner in the world.
Alisher Usmanov has warned Arsenal that Arsene Wenger's legacy will be tarnished if he does not receive the right support.
Alisher Usmanov has won his defamation case against Alexei Navalny, who has since been ordered to retract comments made about the Russian billionaire.
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