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Am I right in thinking there is nothing stopping him from buying a foreign club and still investing in us? I can easily see him just chuck us some money to help with the stadium in exchange for naming rights, but he must be tempted to get on board as the North Liverpool regeneration is a licence to print money.
If I was his age and as filthy rich, I think I'd like the idea of using my money to help build a stadium if named after me.He's got yo be tempted if moshiri is open to the idea.
Wasn't it this month that talk was of Bill leaving/stepping down?
He could probably think of a million more meaningful things that he could do with his money to create a lasting legacy, the creation of a humanitarian foundation to alleviate human suffering or advancement of human rights would be a far greater gesture than putting up a load of concrete in a city with which he has no relationship whatsoever, in the meantime heís only 64 and will probably still be commercially active for at least onather ten years or so, plenty of time to lose his fortune.
I'm thinking Usmanov might not be a guy for whom building a humanitarian foundation is at the forefront of his thinking. https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/category/usmanov/
I don't think he could buy another European club, obviously if both teams met in Europa or Champs League it'd be massive conflict of interest
Do most billionaires do anything meaningful with their fortunes though? The odd one or two at most[/quoteWell hereís more than the odd one or two ! It will become the norm in the future.https://www.cnbc.com/2017/05/31/14-billionaires-signed-bill-gates-and-warren-buffetts-giving-pledge.html
I'm thinking Usmanov might not be a guy for whom building a humanitarian foundation is at the forefront of his thinking. https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2007/09/alisher_usmanov/
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