Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Fawaz al-Hasawi Linked with Leeds takeover but....

According to reports overnight Kuwaiti businessman Fawaz al-Hasawi, chairman of the Qadsia club, is preparing a bid for Leeds.Fawaz However, he did also say that he won't reveal the name of the club until the end of June. According to several Kuwaiti papers this morning, al-Hasawi now submitted his resignation from his position as chairman of Qadsia.He is a member of a prominent business family in Kuwait, who has made his fortune from companies in refrigeration and electro-mechanical contracting.It is believed he has been pursuing interest in both Leeds United and Nottingham Forest, another fallen giant of the English game, and he admitted in a press conference on Tuesday that a deal “for a second tier English club” was indeed imminent — a club that “has a big history in football”.However, he did also say that he won't reveal the name of the club until the end of June.According to several Kuwaiti papers this morning, al-Hasawi now submitted his resignation from his position as chairman of Qadsia.However Glory Glory Leeds United have learned that the club that Fawaz al Hasawi will take control of is not in fact Leeds United but their Championship rivals Nottingham Forest.

28 comments:

  1. bad choice...the only place to be is Leeds United. MOT

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  2. Glad he's taking over forest and not us

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    1. glad hes taking over us and not you you got ken bates

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  3. Yep You stick with uber popular Mr Ken Bates!! ha Dont you know he needs to re deck his yacht!! Bye Bye Snodgrass!

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    1. Piss off concentrate on your own club you sad bastard

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    2. we anit sad you are with your rubish signings lol

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  4. The Canadians are taking over you lot so relax

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    1. No need 2 b racist ya prick

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  6. actually the canadian only has 1.04 billion and ment to be a tight arse according to the ice hockey teams he owns

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  7. Your all idiots!! I love football........MOT!!!

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    1. Can we play you every week!!!

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    1. you forgotten the 4-0 drubbing at city ground
      and you also forgot the other 45 games you played
      guess you won your cup final

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  9. Kuwait is not in Pakistan, guess your from Ukraine

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  10. Kuwait is an arabian country which is located in the middle east and i confident that this man will go up with this team to the premier leage

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  11. Trust me if Fawaz invested in Leeds, it'll be the next Chelsea, and you guys won't have to weap about losing all the time.

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    1. I agree with you :)

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  12. Why would you invest in Leeds! They are a small Yorkshire Club hated by everyone. Forest meanwhile are loved around the world for their style of play and are a world wide brand!

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    1. Yawn ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

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    2. Yeah cause i'm sure little kids in china who love running around in football shirts, are begging for a Notts 'Scabs' Forest shirt! Behave son.

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  13. cough cough 7- 3 . . . . .

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  14. Dumb Leeds fans thinking you're going to be filthy rich. You have no assets, a crumbling stadium, mediocre team and shocking supporters. It's a wonder Rangers haven't tried buying you out to get into the English league.

    Dream on Leeds fans, you're not famous anymore.

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  15. We're nottingham forest, we're richer than you!!!!

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  16. at first the leeds fans was happy that they was getting new owners but now hes going to forest your bottom lip is starting to tremble....hope to see you in the prem ...oh in about 40 years

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  17. i think the forest fans are getting a bit carried away, don't think this guy is as wealthy as they expect, he does'nt even have wikipedea page. reminds me of the buy out of their neighbours county a few seasons ago

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    1. A year on .. How are you feeling now?

      Leeds no different to last year. Good old Ken. Pulling the wool over your eyes.
      As for Forest... Steadily putting it together. I expect them up their next season

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