Patro Esden Massachellen acquires an American buyer - a footballer

Patro Esden Massachellen acquires an American buyer – a footballer

Patro Esden Massachusetts First National joins US investment group The Common Group. FC Limburg confirmed this on Tuesday.

The acquisition comes after months of discussions between the directors of the joint group and the Patro delegation, which consisted of current president Rick Fligen, coach Stijn Stegen and Captain Wouter Korsjens. The Patro was purchased in more detail by Common Sport, a New York subsidiary and London-based Common Group. The company previously invested in Leyton Orient FC, a second-tier club based in east London.

“After a hellish period, we are pleased to announce that we have allowed the club to sail in stable waters,” Fligen, Stenin and Korsjens said in a joint letter. “It was very important for us to be able to make a stable choice for Patro Esden. The professional manner in which the acquisition was done gave us great confidence and strength in the fact that we made the right decision. We will work together for a long-term cooperation and will work hard to achieve the set goals.

Incoming president Cole Barry, who led the negotiations on behalf of the Common Group, will be arriving in Limburg ambitiously. “We expect to continue the excellent level the team is in. Our ambition is to push the club to higher levels through increased competitiveness and promotion.”

Patro is second in the national first after fourteen days, two points behind leader Diesel Sport.

The acquisition comes after months of discussions between the directors of the joint group and the Patro delegation, which consisted of current president Rick Fligen, coach Stijn Stegen and Captain Wouter Korsjens. The Patro was purchased in more detail by Common Sport, a New York subsidiary and London-based Common Group. The company previously invested in Leyton Orient FC, a second-tier club based in east London. “After a hellish period, we are pleased to announce that we have allowed the club to sail in stable waters,” Fligen, Stenin and Korsjens said in a joint letter. “It was very important for us to be able to make a stable choice for Patro Esden. The professional manner in which the acquisition was done gave us great confidence and strength in the fact that we made the right decision. We will work together for a long-term cooperation and will work hard to achieve the set goals. The President will arrive Next Cole Barry, who led the negotiations on behalf of the Common Group, is ambitiously moving to Limburg. “We expect to continue the excellent level at which the team is present. Our ambition is to push the club to higher levels by increasing competitiveness and promoting.” Patro is second in the national first after fourteen days, two points behind leaders Dessel Sport.

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