Deposed Sheffield United owner McCabe determined to fight for control of the club

28 October 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Former Sheffield United owner Kevin McCabe thinks the club "is under the wrong ownership," following a High Court ruling, which meant that he had to sell his 50 per cent share of the club to HRH Prince Abdullah.

In September, a High Court judge ruled that Kevin McCabe must sell his 50 per cent share in Sheffield United to co-owner HRH Prince Abdullah.

Following the ruling, McCabe's lawyers were denied the chance to lodge an appeal in the first instance, however, McCabe is determined to fight for control of the club, he told the Times.

Jesper Elkjær Jensen jej@offthepitch.com

Kevin McCabe will continue the fight for control of Sheffield United, he told the Times.

"The club is under the wrong ownership," McCabe said in an interview with the Times on the recent ruling against him, which forced him to sell his 50 per cent share of the club to co-owner HRH Prince Abdullah.

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