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Post time 2012-1-22 11:06:14 |Display all floors
LCSULLA Post time: 2012-1-22 07:23
This Thread is now harram.

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Post time 2012-1-22 12:10:22 |Display all floors
On the contrary the people of Wukan are being dicked around by a local government, everyone knows that local governments are s#$t, especially in developing countries. They have rectified this issue by voting for a village sec who they believe represents them and this village sec will represent them to the govt that knows what its doing: the central government. The one that I referred to in my earlier post.

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Post time 2012-1-22 22:37:28 |Display all floors
Manchester City's Sheikh Mansour leads football's rich list with £20bn
The Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour remains top of FourFourTwo's Football Rich List for the 2011-12 season, with his wealth estimated at £20bn.
Sheikh Mansour, a member of Abu Dhabi's ruling Al-Nahyan family, has invested heavily in City since the 2008 takeover, turning them into a Champions League side and Premier League title contenders.
The Arsenal shareholder Alisher Usmanov is now rated as wealthier than the QPR shareholder Lakshmi Mittal on the latest list, with Usmanov worth £12.4bn and the Indian steel magnate slipping to third with £11.8bn.
Chelsea's Russian billionaire owner Roman Abramovich is in fourth place, with his fortune growing by £2.9bn over the year to reach £10.3bn.

The Manchester United owner Malcolm Glazer has reportedly increased his fortune by £110m to remain ninth on the list, while the Liverpool owner John W Henry, whose consortium completed their buyout of the club just over a year ago, is the highest new entry on the list at number 20.
Heading the players' list is the former England captain David Beckham, whose wealth is estimated to have grown by £35m to £135m. Michael Owen and Rio Ferdinand remain second and third, with Ferdinand's United team-mates Ryan Giggs and Wayne Rooney fourth and fifth respectively. Fabio Capello's reported £38m fortune puts him top of the managers' list.


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Post time 2012-1-22 22:38:04 |Display all floors
FourFourTwo.com Rich List 2011/12 – top 10 overall

1. Sheikh Mansour Man City £20bn (last year: £20bn, 1st)
2. Alisher Usmanov Arsenal£12.4bn (last year: £8bn, 3rd)
3. Lakshmi Mittal QPR £11.8bn (last year: £17bn, 2nd)
4. Roman Abramovich Chelsea£10.3bn (last year: £7.4bn, 4th)
5. The Liebherr family Southampton£3bn (last year: £3bn, 5th)
6. Joe Lewis Tottenham£2.8bn (last year: £2.7bn, 6th)
7. Denis O'Brien Celtic, Doncaster £2.517bn (last year: £1.87bn, 7th)
8. Stan Kroenke Arsenal £1.8bn (last year: £1.85bn, 8th)
9. Malcolm Glazer Manchester United £1.64bn (last year: £1.53bn, 9th)
10. Mike Ashley Newcastle United£1.37bn (last year: £950m, 16th)

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Post time 2012-1-22 22:42:04 |Display all floors
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Post time 2012-1-22 22:44:58 |Display all floors
Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan has a deep love of sport and deeper pockets
The brother of the ruler of Abu Dhabi, the biggest of the United Arab   Emirates, he has an estimated family fortune of about $1trillion   (£555billion) to buy foreign assets alone. Sources said last night he has a   personal wealth of “many, many billions of dollars”, apparently putting the   £11.7billion firepower of Chelsea’s Roman Abramovich in the shade.

The family’s wealth is derived from oil which, when it was discovered in Abu   Dhabi in 1958, started the transformation of a nation of fishermen into a   powerful state.



The burgeoning coffers have been swollen by the recently surging oil price. It   is estimated that every time the price of oil goes up by a $1, Abu Dhabi   gains as much as $500 million a day.

With a population of three million, it is far more than the emirate can spend   so, as with other cash-rich nations, the spare cash is siphoned off into   sovereign wealth funds – big pools of cash that are used to buy foreign   assets in preparation for when the oil runs out.

Abu Dhabi has three main funds which control about $1trillion. A recent   investment was New York’s Chrysler Building and it owns a stake in Ferrari.



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