Tag: Stan Kroenke
Whether incumbent Nigerian senator, Orji Uzor Kalu actually wants to invest in Arsenal or is just using their name to raise his profile, it's hard to say.
Mikel Arteta confirms Kroenke Sports & Entertainment injected cash into Arsenal for the club to activate Thomas Partey's release clause.
Arsenal fans don't like Stan Kroenke, not many people do, but when it comes to Arsenal, why is that exactly?
As more details emerge about the people being cut from Arsenal's wage bill, Mesut Ozil's pay cut stance, for which he was pilloried, seems like it was the right one and might even be the reason he isn't playing.
Manchester United are the only Premier League team to feature in the top 30 most valuable sports teams in the world with Arsenal coming in 47th.
Arsenal and Manchester United's American owners have refused to apologise for their part in voting for the NFL to ban players taking a knee to protest racial injustice.
Arsenal's chairman, Sir Chips Keswick, has retired from the club as chairman and will not be replaced.
Stan Kroenke is making a commitment in relation to the Emirates Stadium loan that will provide flexibility for Arsenal to use their cash reserves.
Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke plans to inject cash into the club to cover their financial commitments over the coronavirus crisis, according to reports.
As the world falls apart around us due to inadequate healthcare provisions and inept governments, I wondered just what Arsenal's billionaire owner was doing to help.
Former Arsenal shareholder, Alisher Usmanov, wants to invest in Everton in a bid to return to top-level football ownership.
Stan Kroenke's sports empire, Kroenke Sports & Entertainment, has been named the 'most valuable sports conglomerate in the world' by Forbes, but what is the real price of supporting a team owned by someone like Stan?
Raul Sanllehi and Vinai Venkatesham reportedly recommended that the club sack Unai Emery after the draw against Southampton last weekend.
As Arsenal announced Nicolas Pepe and the memes featuring him alongside Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette started to surface, I couldn’t help but think to myself ‘we’ve come a long way since the Banter Years of Nicklas Bendtner, Marouane Chamakh and Carlos Vela'.
As I was writing an article about Josh Kroenke’s open letter to fans, the true incline of Arsenal’s slide really hit me.
There’s something to be said about the sons of billionaires who follow their fathers into the family business. Just look at Donald Trump jnr if you don’t know what I mean. If the Kroenkes have an Eric hiding out somewhere, Arsenal could be in even bigger trouble.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Anita talk about Koscielny keeping up the captaincy curse, the latest on transfer...
Arsenal fans have united to send a message to Stan Kroenke - things need to change!
Arsenal are reportedly set to ask Stan Kroenke for more money so they can spunk it all on Wilfried Zaha.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Stephen flies solo whilst everyone is on summer holidays. He talks Tierney, Torreira, #KroenkeOut, and...
Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke owes former St. Louis Rams personal seat license holders up to $24m, according to reports in America.
According to The S*n back in April, Arsenal are set to receive a 'bumper transfer kitty' this summer thanks to Stan Kroenke's American sports franchises doing so well, but I wouldn't go getting too excited just yet.
When David Danskin and Jack Humble sat down to form Arsenal in 1886, the word ‘billion’ probably hadn’t established itself in the lexicon of Woolwich armaments workers.
Stan Kroenke has won a legal fight that will see him able to purchase land currently owned by the public and valued at over $12m for just $1 in 2024.
According to The S*n Arsenal are set to receive a 'bumper transfer kitty' this summer thanks to Stan Kroenke's American sports franchises doing so well, but I wouldn't go getting too excited just yet.
According to L'Equipe, Andoni Zubizarreta is 'tempted to leave Marseille for Arsenal' while Arsene Wenger is said to be advising the Kroenkes about the move.
Arsenal are the third richest club in England, and the seventh in Europe, according to UEFA's annual report.
Raul Sanllehi has confirmed that Arsenal are involved in talks over forming a European Super League despite denials being issued but that it won't be happening anytime soon.
Liverpool could be about to find themselves under new ownership as rumours swirl that John W. Henry is ‘quietly’ seeking a buyer for the...
Aliko Dangote, the richest man in Africa and self-confessed long-time admirer of Arsenal, has admitted he might have to turn his attentions elsewhere if Stan Kroenke won't sell.
Recent leaks detailing talks between top clubs about forming a breakaway European Super League were splashed all over the back pages for about five minutes before they were replaced by another story.
Stan Kroenke may be worth a whole heap of money but that doesn’t mean he does anything good with it.
Arsenal recently fell into the hands of a sole owner, Stan Kroenke, but how does the American billionaire stack up against the other richest owners in the Premier League?
Nigerian-born former British boxer, Peter Oboh, has called on Aliko Dangote to forget about investing in Arsenal and focus on Nigerian sports instead.
Arsenal fans may not like Stan Kroenke, but it seems we haven’t even had a small taste of the anger he’s capable of inducing, a rage so visceral some people would rather be Spurs fans…
If fans are going to dislike you because you own their football club, there seems to be two ways to go about dealing with that.
Stan Kroenke has set Unai Emery the task of winning the Champions League according to Rob Draper in today’s Sunday Mirror.
Manchester United are valued at $4.8bn according to Forbes, making them worth more than twice as much as Arsenal.
Ivan Gazidis is causing ‘embarrassment’ in Rome and Milan according to a report from Italy about the Arsenal CEO’s delay in making a decision over his future.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Paul dissect opening day defeat to City, the first competitive impression of our latest French teenager, and wonder what would be success for Arsenal in 2018/19.