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Consortium takes over at Argyle

02 Jul 2009 11:19:17

Consortium takes over at Argyle

A consortium of Japanese and local businessmen has secured a majority interest in Plymouth Argyle as Paul Stapleton steps down as chairman. Japanese businessman Yasuaki Kagami now owns 38% of the shares with Sir Roy Gardner and Keith Todd owning 13%, giving the consortium 51%. Kagami's company Shonan Management Corporation first invested in the Championship club in April 2008. Stapleton will now continue in the role of vice-chairman at Plymouth Argyle. Former Manchester United cha.... read more


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