• The Telegraph

    Ian Maatsen’s Chelsea future still in doubt despite Mauricio Pochettino praise

    Chelsea are yet to make any progress on the future of Ian Maatsen, despite him featuring prominently in the opening weeks of the season under head coach Mauricio Pochettino.

  • Associated Press

    Liverpool owner FSG announces minority investment by New York equity firm

    New York-based investment firm Dynasty Equity has bought a minority stake in Liverpool, the Premier League club said Thursday. Fenway Sports Group (FSG), which owns the six-time European Cup champions, said last year that it was open to selling shares, leading to speculation about a potential buyout. Liverpool did not disclose financial details of the deal, or how big of a share Dynasty was acquiring, but British media reported that the firm was injecting at least $100 million into the club.

  • The Daily Globe, Worthington, Minn.

    89th minute stunner: Riverland ties Minnesota West with late score in 2-2 soccer match

    Sep. 28—AUSTIN — In a game which was evenly played from shots on goals, to fouls and saves Minnesota West finished with a 2-2 tie to Minnesota College Athletic Conference rival Riverland on Wednesday night. Minnesota West scored twice in the first half. Their first goal came from sophomore Edgar Carrillo in the opening 10 minutes of play. Carrillo was assisted by Anton Cordes. Just before the ...

  • AFP

    FSG sell minority stake in Liverpool to private equity fund

    Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group said on Thursday they have sold a minority stake in the Premier League giants to US private equity group Dynasty Equity.The Athletic reported that the investment from Dynasty Equity is worth between $100 million (£82 million) and $200 million.