black panther When Creed Star Michael B. Jordan attended the English Premier League football match between AFC Bournemouth and Crystal Palace for the first time since becoming a minority shareholder in the ownership group that bought Bournemouth earlier this month.
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Jordan was immediately recognized and welcomed by the club’s fans when he arrived for his home game at Vitality Stadium in Bournemouth, a coastal city about two hours southwest of London.
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Earlier this month, Jordan was announced as part of the new AFC Bournemouth Ownership Group, led by Bill Foley, owner of the NHL’s Las Vegas Golden Knights. Foley also took part in today’s game, as the Cherries lost 2-0 to a 4-9-4 draw record, taking him from bottom of the EPL standings to tie for sixth place with Leeds.
When the deal was announced on December 15th, Bournemouth revealed that Jordan and Nullah-Sarker were part of a minority shareholder group, with the two “collaborating with Bill on areas such as the club’s global marketing and internationalization.” We will work closely together,” he said.
Foley reportedly paid around $150 million to the club through his investment firm, Kanne Holdings.
The gig marks Jordan’s first foray into sports ownership, but actor and producer Jordan is no stranger to sports.he is currently working Creed III, in the latest installment in the Rocky spin-off franchise, he will direct and reprise the role of boxer Adonis Creed. Photos from that United Artists release will hit theaters March 3.
Jordan, whose credits also include No remorse, just mercyEmmy Award Nominated 451 degrees Fahrenheit When Fruitvale Stationwhich broke out on NBC’s high school football drama series friday night lightswhere he showcased his skills playing East Dillon quarterback Vince Howard in the final two seasons of the show’s run.
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