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Sunday, March 31, 2013

Entrepreneurs richest football


Whether one is poor middle class or wealthy surely one of his youthful dreams will have a football club. But as time passes that longing be fading slowly, and mostly just ends up being an unknown memory. However, there are a handful of lucky (in kind and money) in adulthood gains access to the "whim", which sometimes turns into obsession and causes these sports institutions owners repeatedly sums disbursed millions in players As long as your team progresses in the jurisdiction dispute.
However, for businessmen so is football, and the proof is that last year the top-10 footballers entrepreneurs grossed more than $ 20 million. Among them is Mexico's Carlos Slim, considered by Forbes magazine as the richest man on the planet. Although that list other celebrities curiously missing from the business, such as Silvio Berlusconi , former Italian Prime Minister and AC Milan owner, or Spanish Florentino Perez , owner of the construction company ACS and president of Real Madrid.
More than 50 billionaires have actions on computers , and then I present the list of the 10 owners of football clubs in the world richest :

1) Carlos Slim Helu (Mexico), owner of the club Pachuca and Leon (Mexico) and Real Oviedo (Spain): It is the richest man in the world for the fourth consecutive year. He made ​​his fortune in telecommunications but did not stop there. His rule is also involved in football. In September 2012, his group, America Movil, bought shares of two Mexican teams, Club Pachuca and Club León. In November 2012, Slim bought part of Real Oviedo, who was at a difficult stage.
2) Amancio Ortega (Spain), owner of Deportivo La Coruna (Spain): It is a "capo" in the fashion world, who founded Inditex, and has placed in the top of the richest owners in football. Ortega can often be seen in the stands at Riazor stadium of Deportivo La Coruna. Last year, the wedding of his daughter was forced to start 90 minutes late due to a match between his team and Barcelona B.
3. George Soros (USA), owner of Manchester United (England): The Hungarian-born billionaire investor is known for breaking the Bank of England . Now, is betting the greatest football team in the UK, the Manchester United. In August 2012, Soros disclosed a 7.85% stake in the club through his investment firm, Soros Fund Management. Another billionaire Malcolm Glazer fellow American, is the official owner of the "Red Devils". The team was announced last year, retaining 98% of the voting shares, and the shares rose more than 33% in the next six months. Manchester United became the first sports team to be worth more than 3,000 million dollars in January 2013.
4. Lakshmi Mittal (India), owner of Queens Park Rangers FC (England): Called the "steel baron", has long lived in London. He and his son, Aditya, were among the torchbearers for the 2012 Olympics. Laskshmi and his family own 33% of Queens Park Rangers. Today, the West London club is in last place in the Premier League.

5. Alisher Usmanov (Russia), owner of Arsenal (England): It is the richest man in Russia , and has part of his fortune divided in many areas. Among them is the metal (iron and steel), Silicon Valley companies to the biggest Russian newspaper, Kommersant. He sold part of its stake in Facebook, pocketing U.S. $ 1,300 million.Billionaire Usmanov and his partner, the British-Iranian Farhad Moshiri, also have a stake in Arsenal. The U.S. billionaire Stanley Kroenke is the majority shareholder of the team. The UK press claims that a consortium of Middle East is preparing to make an offer to buy Arsenal in about $ 30,000 per share, making a total of over U.S. $ 2,000 million.
6. Rinat Akhmetov (Ukraine), owner of FC Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine): The richest man in Ukraine is located at the top after the Euro 2012 matches will be played in their stadium Donbass Arena, valued at 400 million dollars. Akhmetov is owner and president of FC Shakhtar Donetsk, who won the local championship in seven of the last 13 years. Football is the most popular sport in Ukraine, particularly among billionaires. Akhmetov's partner, Vadim Novinsky, owns the club PFC Sevastopol, Ukraine also.
7. François Pinault (France), owner of the club Rennes (France): The group of French tycoon controls brands like Gucci , Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueenand Yves Saint Laurent . Pinault owns the prestigious auction house Christie's, during an auction in 2012 went on to sell works of art valued at U.S. $ 5,300 million.His son, Francois Henri, who is married to Mexican actress Salma Hayek, also a football fan. Since 1998, the Pinault family owns the Stade Rennais, also known as Rennes.
8. Paul Allen (USA), owner of the Seattle Sounders FC (USA): The co-founder of Microsoft has gone from dropping out of school to be one of the richest men on Earth. Allen is the kind of billionaire who combines his passion for sports and science.It is co-owner of the Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer in the United States, franchise that was founded in 2007. Allen also owns other sports teams like the Seattle Seahawks (football) and the Portland Trail Blazers (of the NBA). Allen, a cancer survivor, has an interest in neuroscience, having recently lost her mother to Alzheimer's disease.
9. John Fredriksen (Cyprus), club owner Valerenga (Norway): The greater certainty about this is oil and shipping magnate who loves football almost as much as he hates paying taxes. Fredriksen became a citizen of Cyprus in 2006, to avoid heavy taxes in Norway and now follows his Oslo team from afar. Reportedly rejected an offer of 200 million dollars by the Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich Russian for his London mansion in 2006.
10. Roman Abramovich (Russian), owner of Chelsea FC (England): The owner of the reigning Champions League is in the news every week. It is often said that it will spend millions of dollars to take the next star of his club football in London, and regularly does. Abramovich bought Chelsea in 2003 for U.S. $ 233 million, which at the time was the largest purchase in the history of British football. In less than 10 years, the Russian tycoon has spent more than 2,970 million dollars in equipment.But it is also known for his eccentric hobbies: has the world's longest yacht of 377-feet, a Boeing 767 and has mansions in London, France, St. Barts (French colony in the Caribbean), Colorado and Los Angeles.

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