Thursday, July 12, 2012

Nottingham Forest sold to Kuwait’s Al-Hasawi family

 British football club Nottingham Forest has confirmed that Kuwait’s Al-Hasawi family has completed the takeover of the two-time European Cup winners.

Fawaz, Abdulaziz and Omar Al-Hasawi have agreed to acquire the controlling stake from Nigel Doughty, who died in February four months after putting the club up for sale. The club did not disclose financial details of the sale.

“It is an honour and privilege for the Al-Hasawi family to assume control of this great club steeped in history and with the outstanding legacy left by its previous owner Nigel Doughty,” the Al-Hasawi’s said in a statement.

“We know there are challenging times ahead of us to bring the club back to its glory days and we look forward with excitement towards a new, successful future.”

The family, who made its fortune in the refrigeration and air-conditioning business, added that fans can “be assured of our best efforts in bringing the Reds back to the top of the table.”

The club, which won the European Cup in 1979 and 1980, dropped out of the Premier League in 1999. It finished 19th in the 24-team Championship last campaign.

The Al-Hasawi family said they planned to hold a news conference on July 14 at the club’s City Ground stadium.(link)

Maybe Kuwait will do better with a European team because their own football (soccer) team sucks! When I watch footage from the footballers in the 80's they looked like real men but today with all the cross-dressers, homos and soft Kuwaiti guys it's hard to find a real man amongst them. Maybe they should get some boyatt (butch looking girls) to join the team because some of them look and act more manly.

I bet I'm going to get some comments about this. Oh well, truth hurts!

2 comments :

  1. Your assessment is only correct for the 2003-2007 era, but now I think the players are great. Name a single player in our current team that looks girly?

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  2. It's possible as I gave up on the team a while ago but still the changes are not just the team players it's a dramatic change taking place daily. I never thought I would see the day of Kuwaiti men drssing like females or kissing other guys which I saw for myself and was shocked.

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