If Stan Kroenke Sells Arsenal, How Much Profit Does He Make?

Stan Kroenke is the first ever majority owner in Arsenal’s history, currently holding just over two-thirds of the shares. Specifically, as at April 2017, he holds 41,721 shares of the total of 62,219, which is 67.05 per cent. If he decides to sell up, how much profit will he make? I can’t be completely precise…

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Another Record Price For Arsenal Shares!

Well bugger me with a fishfork. The record price for an Arsenal share wasn’t broken for five years and now it’s been smashed for the second time in a couple of weeks. On 27 March the record reached £17,750, after being at £17,500 since September 2012. Today a share was traded for £18,250. This nominally…

Has Arsene Wenger Already Signed A New Contract?

There is a lot of speculation on this topic and a lot of contradictory information – but very few hard facts. The club leak info to selected journalists, Arsène himself makes statements then contradicts them later, and occasionally a Board member will say something in public. I view all of these as unproven and potentially…

New Record Price For Arsenal Shares!

There are two entries for Arsenal shares on the NEX exchange today, 27 March 2017, both for £17,750. This is a new record price for a single share – previously it was £17,500, first reached on September 7th 2012, and last paid just two months later on November 13th. Since then the price dropped as…

Sir Chips Makes A Statement, But What Does It Mean?

The last week for Arsenal has defeat to a title rival (again), a thrashing by Bayern Munich (again) and fan protests about the manager, the Board and the direction of the club (again). In response Arsenal took the rare step of making a statement. Purportedly this came from Chairman Sir Chips Keswick (insert eye-rolling emoji).…

Does Arsene Wenger Deserve A New Contract?

What does Arsène Wenger need to do to deserve a new contract? Some would say it’s too late and he’s amply demonstrated that he can’t win the big prizes anymore, so whatever he does now is irrelevant: he must go anyway. But I beg to differ. Although I’m often critical of the man, bear in…