‘I’m gonna control every element of the football club’
A video has surfaced which raises serious questions and contractions about the sale of Perth Glory to cryptocurrency firm London Football Exchange.
In a video posted online in January, London Football Exchange Founder Jim Aylward appears to contradict Tony Sage’s claims that the two have only recently met. He also makes the claim that if the deal goes through he will ‘control every element of that football club’ whereas commentary in recent days from Mr Sage suggests the deal would only see an 80 percent stake in Perth Glory.
Tony Sage says he will retain full control of @PerthGloryFC.
But last month, even before the deal with LFE was announced, Jim Aylward said: “I’m going to control every element of the football club.”
— Gareth Parker (@G_Parker) February 18, 2020
Mr Sage says he will comment further once his due diligence on London Football Exchange is completed which was being undertaken in London at the weekend. He also attended a red carpet event with Jim Aylward and British actor Terry Stone.
NOW | Tony Sage spent the weekend in London doing his due diligence on London Football Exchange.
He also looked like he had a good time, attending a red carpet event with his new mate Jim Aylward and British actor Terry Stone. pic.twitter.com/97XApKXUsB
— News Talk 6PR 882 (@6PR) February 18, 2020
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