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Salford Reds Devils Owner Frustrated

The owner of Salford Red Devils has hit out at Salford council, after announcing a claim that the council owes him £800k, this has been further denied by the council­.

Marwan Koukash – the owner of Salford Red Devils – remains in a bitter war with the council over the clubs financial independencies. At a press conference today which Dr Koukash attended he made allegations that the council owed him £800,000, but the council are refuting these claims. He then made further allegations that the council chased up the debts he inherited when he took over Salford Red Devils in 2013.

In the first year of Koukash’s reign, Salford Reds reported losses of £5 million, but they needed his cash to stay in business.

Peel, which is a property giant owns A J Bell Stadium jointly with the Salford council, in accordance with claims the council borrows £20 million to build the facilities, hoping it would start development on the lands surrounding the stadium and eventually start bring in revenue to the town hall.

The owner of Salford Red Devils has hit out at Salford council, after announcing a claim that the council owes him £800k, this has been further denied by the council­.

Marwan Koukash – the owner of Salford Red Devils – remains in a bitter war with the council over the clubs financial independencies. At a press conference today which Dr Koukash attended he made allegations that the council owed him £800,000, but the council are refuting these claims. He then made further allegations that the council chased up the debts he inherited when he took over Salford Red Devils in 2013.

In the first year of Koukash’s reign, Salford Reds reported losses of £5 million, but they needed his cash to stay in business.

Peel, which is a property giant owns A J Bell Stadium jointly with the Salford council, in accordance with claims the council borrows £20 million to build the facilities, hoping it would start development on the lands surrounding the stadium and eventually start bring in revenue to the town hall.