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U.S. Businessman Tom Crotty Invests $1M In Scottish Premiership Side Aberdeen

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 11 / 21 / 17

U.S. businessman Tom Crotty ​made an investment of $1M in Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen "through the acquisition of shares in the club," according to Adele Merson of the Aberdeen EVENING EXPRESS. Crotty, who is "heavily involved" in U.S. charity Grassroots Soccer, was introduced to the clu...

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