20-year-old self-made ‘trillionaire’ → EFL’s youngest owner → Founded ‘Donbangsuk’ at the age of 17￼
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This year, a self-made businessman who is only 20 years old is planning to take over an English professional football team, which is a hot topic.
The British-born, Indian Sikh businessman recently said he had almost finalized the takeover of EFL club More Chambe. In particular, he is getting more and more spotlight because he is scheduled to take over boxing heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, who challenged to take over his hometown team.
British media recently reported on the acquisition of a football club by Sarbzod Johal, a 20-year-old businessman.
The owner of Morecambe has already put it on the market for sale in September of last year.
It is said that negotiations were held until right before the acquisition by Johal. It is said that the owner is already eagerly hoping to conclude a deal with Johal.
How did a young man who was only 20 years old come to take over a soccer club? First of all, he is said to have accumulated enough wealth to buy a soccer team at the age of 20 from penniless.
He was born in 20202 in Gravesend, Kent. Born into a poor family, he started working as a construction worker at the age of 13 with his father to earn money.
Johal, who accumulated money step by step, started a business to achieve his dream. His dream was to create innovative, high-quality products that would address consumer needs.
This is a non-alcoholic drink he started in Birmingham when he was 17 years old. He said he developed it after many trials. It is the world’s first non-alcoholic cocktail containing vitamins B2, B3, B6 and B12.
The taste is also delicious, but he captivated people by making the bottle luxurious and elegant. It is to the extent that it is evaluated as a drink that can replace alcohol.
Johal’s business grew explosively. Due to the success of this drink, he acquired a famous soft drink company in April 2021. 먹튀검증
He is said to have recently begun construction of India’s largest distribution plant. So, Johal’s company is expected to be worth more than 1 billion pounds, or 1.5 trillion won, by 2025.
The existing owner and the club are almost on the verge of selling the club, but the problem must pass the review of the EFL’s owner and the board of directors.
“While the sale of the club has not gone as quickly as we all would have liked, exciting times are coming up both on and off the pitch,” the current owner told the club’s website.
This year, a self-made businessman who is only 20 years old is planning to take over an English professional football team, which is a hot topic. The British-born, Indian Sikh businessman recently said he had almost finalized the takeover of EFL club More Chambe. In particular, he is getting more and more spotlight because he is…