Sheff Utd owner says he would do business with Bin Ladens; ‘it’s not a disgraced name’

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Chris Wilder said there had only been a couple of times where he had been left frustrated with the club’s ownership since joining in 2016New Sheffield United owner Prince Abdullah said he would do business with the Bin Laden family, adding that it was “not a disgraced name”.The Saudi took over the club after former co-owner Kevin McCabe was forced to sell his 50% share because of a high-court ruling.McCabe, a lifelong Blades fan, has questioned Prince Abdullah’s “suitability” to run the club. But the new owner said he was “more than qualified”. Prince Abdullah, whose full name is Prince Abdullah Bin Mosaad Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, said he would not sell the Premier League team, was “100% committed to the club” and backed manager Chris Wilder. “Money is a big factor but if it was about money, I would sell the club right now,” Prince Abdullah, a member of Saudi Arabia’s royal family, said.”My main focus is to br

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