The indiscretion of recent weeks about an American group’s interest in Ascoli found confirmation in the same (albeit “unofficial”) words of sponsor Pulcinelli, who spoke in response to the fan engagement. Yesterday, the American newspaper that first reported the news (Italian football television) revealed in detail and gave the name of the group that would be about to join “with 31% of the …
The indiscretion of recent weeks about an American group’s interest in Ascoli found confirmation in the same (albeit “unofficial”) words of sponsor Pulcinelli, who spoke in response to the fan engagement. Yesterday, the American newspaper that first published the news (Italian Football Tv) revealed in detail and gave the name of the group that will be about to enter “with 31% of the shares”: it will be New Yorker North Sixth Group, a holding company active in various investment sectors, including Real estate, media, technology, tourism, sports and entertainment. The US Iftv website also talks about the possibility of North Sixth acquiring the majority of the shares by the end of the season. In the past, the same group, under the guidance of Italian-American Matt Rizzetta, had taken an interest in Campobasso, and entered Molise with a minority stake set to grow in the future. It is likely to be a text similar, in short, to the one attainable in Piceno. In Molise, things did not go in the right direction, in the sense that the North Sixth Group was never involved in the art project: the only sign of the Americans’ passage in Campobasso was the TV series that said the Serie A victory. championship. In fact, the only “tangible” sector in which Stelle e Strisce is active is the media sector, with Italian football television itself somehow connected to the group and it was no surprise that it provided news live on the northern sixth entrance in Ascoli. In Campobasso, no economic agreement was found with Rossoblo owner Mario Gesoy, after it was time to “tighten”, who decided to keep the majority of shares and face the Championship C alone. With Massimo Pulcinelli, Americans are having an open conversation, but getting into a Serie B club, even if it’s 31%, is sure to bring with it a significant outlay of money, unrivaled in buying a D club (like Campobasso). In short, between the intentions and the actual realization of a partnership, or even a future acquisition, there is a sea (in millions of euros).
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