In court: Sheffield United funded by Bin Laden family money

16 May 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Newly-promoted Sheffield United have become the center of a sensational court case between Kevin McCabe and Prince Abdullah. Thursday it came out that a £3 million loan to the Blades came from the Bin Laden family.

Co-owners Kevin McCabe and Prince Abdullah are fighting in the courts over control of Sheffield United.

Arguments over the payment of a loan have revealed that it came from a member of the Bin Laden family.

Henrik Lønne loenne@offthepitch.com

In the court case between Kevin McCabe and Prince Abdullah, who are fighting over control of the newly-promoted Sheffield United, it came out that a £3 million loan to the Blades came from the Bin Laden family. The Saudi prince’s barrister gave the information, according to The Sheffield Star.

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