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/ 272 days ago

Los Angeles no longer a World Cup 2026 host city, says ESPN

SoFi Stadium in the Los Angeles area looks set to miss out on hosting 2026 World Cup matches. The arena was previously one of 11 total arenas in the United States hosting games at the upcoming tournament. However, a significant dispute between the owners of the stadium and FIFA appears to have scuppered these plans. […]


/ 298 days ago

Kroenkes unhappy with FIFA's deal for World Cup games at SoFi

SoFi Stadium's deal with FIFA to host the 2026 World Cup has apparently caused a major dispute between Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke and the international governing body. Kroenke also owns SoFi Stadium and its main tenant, the NFL's LA Rams. The USA, Mexico, and Canada will each the sixteen venues for the 23rd edition of […]

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/ 5008 days ago

Colorado Kicks Off MLS Playoffs with a Win

The quest for the MLS Cup began last night with a late arriving crowd, an ironic "One Goal" MLS playoff video, and a match of two teams with vastly different playoff histories and playing styles.  The end result was a slightly disjointed match that put the Colorado Rapids up 1-0 over the Columbus Crew. The […]


/ 5319 days ago

Wenger Needs to Let Arsenal Plan U.S. Preseason Tour

Most of us would agree that it appears very likely that Stan Kroenke may be the new owner of Arsenal Football Club in the near future. The American billionaire has been slowly purchasing shares for more than a year now and is on the verge of having the magic 30 per cent number that will […]


/ 5366 days ago

The Cold War For Arsenal Continues

Stan Kroenke has purchased even more shares in Arsenal today taking his holding to 29.9% of the club. With only another 0.09% required to reach the threshold to make an offer for the rest of the clubs shares, Kroenke has purchased 627 shares this week for the princely sum of £5.3 million. The oddest part […]
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/ 5554 days ago

American Ownership In The English Premier League Is Not Necessarily a Bad Thing

Those who would purify English football believe the current debauchery and debt stems from foreign ownership. That is not necessarily true. American billionaire Stan Kroenke bought out the Carr family shares in Arsenal for about £45m, increasing his stake in the club to 28.3%, the largest individual holding. Despite the Guardian’s assertions that this is […]