Sheffield United co-owner wants to sell: “Premier League is for younger people”

1 May 2019

Kevin McCabe , Sheffield
Photo: Getty Images Co-owner of Sheffield United, Kevin McCabe, has made his wealth from properties. McCabe set up the property company Scarborough Group in 1980, and since then the Scarborough Group has branched out into the Far East and China.

With the battle for promotion now well over for Sheffield United, co-owner Kevin McCabe enters a new battle for full ownership with Prince Abdullah.

Nikolaj Babis Nielsen

Despite seeing his beloved club, Sheffield United, reach Premier League promotion for the first time since the 2006-2007 season, co-owner Kevin McCabe is willing to sell. He considers it his responsibility to “see the club in safe hands” when Sheffield United return to Premier League in August.

In a TV interview with Sky Sports News, McCabe said that he wants to be a fan at Bramall Lane next season instead of being there as an owner, and he wants to see it happen as soon as possible.

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