Former Chairman of Sheffield Ready To Take Up Ownership of Dispute With Prince Abdullah

It is reported that the former chairman of Sheffield United has taken up his dispute with Prince Abdullah. The case is in the court and it is about the order of selling his 50% stakes worth 5million pounds.

The family of McCabe has lodged their application about the appeal for that verdict on Monday.
They have waited for many months to get permission.

According to the hearing going on in the High Court, McCabe has been found wrong in the case. The court ordered him to sell 50% of his stakes that worth 5 million to Prince Abdullah. Prince Abdullah has also been ordered to buy club properties from McCabe before next summer.

According to the family of Mr. Kevin, an application has been submitted in front of the court for the sake of launching an appeal against the case. This application was submitted on 16th September 2019.

The family submitted the application as they are keenly associated with the club.

The spokesperson of the club has explained that the application and this case will not have any negative impact on the team’s efforts on the ground.

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