Charlton owner through Instagram says he has handed over control to consortium
9 June 2020
Majority shareholder Tahnoon Nimer has ceded control to a consortium led by businessman Paul Elliott.
It is unclear whether the consortium will take charge of the club or pass it on to another prospective buyer.
Controversial owner of Charlton Athletic, Tahnoon Nimer, has handed over control of the club to a consortium, the majority shareholder said in a post on Instagram, according to the Evening Standard.
Nimer, who officially took over the club in January for £1 million, had recently signalled a wish to sell the club after a fallout with two of the club's directors, Matt Southall and Jonathan Heller, who have since been removed from the board.
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