McCabe set to appeal verdict removing him as owner of Sheffield United
4 November 2019
According to the Star, it is unclear whether Kevin McCabe, removed from the club as owner by a court verdict in September, is contesting all or part of the verdict.
The judge initially refused the 71-year-old's appeal but now McCabe believes he has an arguable case.
Kevin McCabe is expected to appeal September's High Court verdict removing him as owner of Sheffield United, according to the Star, having spent the time since then building a case with his lawyers.
In September, McCabe was forced to sell his 50 per cent share to co-owner HRH Prince Abdullah bin Musa'ad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud for just £5 million after spending years fighting over the right to ownership of the club.
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