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Staveley Says Reuben Brothers Were Among Co-Investors In Failed Newcastle Bid

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 19 / 18

A "major British family investor," the first to be named by businesswoman Amanda Staveley as a financial backer of her £250M ($347.3M) bid to buy Premier League side Newcastle United, said that it is no longer "planning to invest in the club,...

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