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|Please, forgive my ignorance. |
at 16:25 13 Feb 2019
What is the Trusts end game should the voting members decide to take legal action when that inevitably takes place?
What are the likely outcomes for the Trust, for the sellouts, for the current owners and also for the football club?
Let's keep this simple, just like me.
|The PS Official Twitter list of our owners...|
at 11:36 4 Feb 2019
Here's the list of the hedgefund. When people get the twitter addresses put them up and I will compile this list accordingly.
Steve Kaplan- https://www.oaktreecapital.com/people/bio/steve-kaplan
Jason Levien - @jasonlevien
Jeffrey Aronson — @jkaronson
A 59-year-old American businessman who made his money in hedge funds and private investment.
Kerry Assil — @kerryassil
A Los Angeles-based eye surgeon who has his own laser eye surgery clinic and is one of the leading practitioners in his field.
Laurence Berg — Another investment specialist, who is a senior partner in Apollo Investment Fund.
Romie Chaudhari — He joined the board, along with Robert Hernreich in 2016, after having a background in property investment.
Landon Donovan — @landondonovan
The former LA Galaxy, Bayern Munich and Everton striker is well known to football fans, having clocked up 157 caps for the USA national team. He is one of the most recognisable faces in American soccer and works as an advisor to majority shareholders Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan.
Robert Hernreich — Joined the board with Chaudhari and is a former owner of several sports clubs and franchises across the pond: basketball team Sacramento Kings, Major League Baseball outfit Texas Rangers, women's basketball side Sacramento Monarchs, indoor American football side Arizona Rattlers and the Sacramento Knights of the World Indoor Soccer League.
Mindy Kaling — @mindykaling
A 38-year-old American actress who has starred in the US version of Ricky Gervais' sitcom The Office. She's also known for her stand-up comedy and voice-over work. She voiced a character in the popular children's film Wreck-It Ralph and has her own show called The Mindy Project.
Kevin Knight — @crossfitmidlo
A retired footballer, formerly of the Richmond Kickers and the now defunct MLS side MetroStars.
David Ott — Formerly a chief investment officer for $12bn Hedge Fund company Viking Global, before he left in 2010 to spend some time with his family.
Chip Rosenbloom — A producer, director and filmmaker who has also written a musical and whose history in sports club ownership dates back to his father working as a businessman for NFL franchises Baltimore Colts and Los Angeles Rams. The Rosenbloom family sold their stake in the Rams to now Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke.
Ian Schapiro — https://www.oaktreecapital.com/people/bio/ian-schapiro
Managing Director of Oaktree Capital, Kaplan and Levien's investment firm, with a background in the energy and finance sectors.
Edward Schapiro — Brother of Ian and involved with an investment management firm specialising in travel, media and online companies.
David Snyderman — A partner and 'global head of fixed income' with Magnetar Capital, who has a rich background in finance and credit. He also founded the Magnetar Capital Foundation, a school education programme that runs throughout Chicago.
Andris Upitis — @drisupitis
A former college basketball star who worked on Wall Street and then with Viking Global. According to Business Insider he now "golfs and he's pretty good at it."
Dr John Zvijak — An orthopedic surgeon based in Florida.
Jed Kaplan — @jed_kaplan
Also involved in the Oaktree investment company, but NOT a relative of Steve Kaplan.
George Leiva — Managing director and head trader at Oaktree, working with Ian Schapiro.
Curtis Lane — @mtspartners
A founder of MTS Health Investors, a private equity firm.
Michael Harmon — Works at Oaktree with Ian Schapiro and George Leiva.
Brian Wersdesheim — @slagpile
Has been the boss at Oppenheimer and Co Inc since April 1993 — you guessed it, it's an investment banking company.
Matthew Walsh — @mattyvincent44
An Illinois-based comedian famous for his role in US sitcom Veep, the American version of Armando Ianucci's UK show The Thick Of It.
Steven Yi — @steveyi01
A well-known technology entrepreneur and founder of MediaAlpha, ranked by Deloitte as the 13th fastest-growing tech companies in the US.
[Post edited 4 Feb 19:10]
|The OFFICIAL 2019 Guinness 6 Nations Thread|
at 09:49 27 Jan 2019
Looking forward to this. Wales win Friday then the tournament is theirs for the taking. Let's hope a rusty French team appear on the night.
I'm also looking forward to it as it's the time of year when people who dislike rugby tell those that do that they don't like it and nobody else does for 11 months of the year etc etc etc...
at 13:59 20 Jan 2019
Where do people look for new job opportunities online? What the best sites? Any hints/tips about this sort of thing? I’m guessing most of not all job/career opportunities appear on t’internet these days?
|Swans unbeaten in 2019|
at 17:33 1 Jan 2019
Great result, let's hope they can continue this excellent run.
at 18:19 29 Dec 2018
Surely this only works if your 'keeper is able to command his box, come and collect crosses etc.
It needs to be scrapped, clearly we aren't up to it.
at 17:53 26 Dec 2018
What’s the point in him?
at 09:19 26 Dec 2018
Did he exist?
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