Events Group Bellagraph Nova Group (BNG) wants to take over Newcastle is causing a stir by Newcastle just short of service is the Prince of Saudi Arabia acquisition, and BNG are headed by women entrepreneurs Original Singapore - Evangeline Shen and is headquartered in Singapore. Ability to a corporation from Southeast Asia held a Premier League club again imminent.

University of Singapore wants to buy Newcastle, Southeast Asian billionaires were enrolled Premiership?
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha trying billionaire, who acquired the club in Leicester and taken to the championship Premier League (Image Source: Internet)

Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha trying billionaire, who acquired the club in Leicester and taken to the Premier League championship

The reason for using the word "again" because if BNG acquired Newcastle, they will not get the first owner from South East Asia to own a Premier League team. Typical examples Leicester City is currently owned by family heads Srivaddhanaprabha King Power consortium. Thailand Group bought Leicester City in 2010 when the club was still ice in the Championship.

After a process of construction, has shocked Leicester City in the season 2015/16 when the Premier League despite being rated as relegation candidates. They are still playing in the Premier League and the 2019/20 season had almost won the ticket past the Champions League top four but lost to Manchester United in the round of 38 Europa League berth accept.

Leicester's success under the leadership of the people of Thailand showed English football can completely witness the new phenomenon in the future are created by entrepreneurs and corporations coming from Southeast Asia. Premiership has always been tracking the tournament the most in this area.

University of Singapore wants to buy Newcastle, Southeast Asian billionaires were enrolled Premiership?
Tony Fernandes Park Ji Sung who documented, Julio Cesar, Jermaine Jenas on Queens Park Rangers (Image Source: Internet)

Tony Fernandes Park Ji Sung who documented, Julio Cesar, Jermaine Jenas for Queens Park Rangers

Not only each King Power consortium that in the Premier League also had the boss Southeast Asia, but most of them fail. Queens Park Rangers acquired by billionaire Malaysian Tony Fernandes in 2011 and had three seasons in the Premier League kick before relegation and thus far it has not come back.

Fernandes bought many name players like Park Ji-Sung for QPR, Julio Cesar, Jose Bosingwa, Jermaine Jenas, Loïc Rémy, Esteban Granero, Joey Barton, Djibril Cisse, Anton Ferdinand or. However, this policy only to fail and now owns only 46% Fernandes shares of the club.

In 2010, businessman Vincent Tan and Chan Tien Ghee Malaysian acquisition Championship club Cardiff are rocky and 3 after them up the Premier League season. But Tan launched a series of decisions causing resentment from the fans as traditional and discolored shirt logo & badges Club. Last season 2013/14 Cardiff relegation and left a black mark in the coaching career of Ole Gunnar Solskjær.

Earlier, former Prime Minister of Thailand, Thaksin Shinawatra billionaire bought Man City in 2007. Just one year later, Thaksin has decided to sell the Manchester City for the Abu Dhabi United Group Corporation (UAE) at a price of approximately 200 million pounds.

University of Singapore wants to buy Newcastle, Southeast Asian billionaires were enrolled Premiership?
Vincent Tan, Cardiff fans were hated for causing the club relegated in 2014 and changed the tradition of the club (Image Source: Internet)

Vincent Tan, Cardiff fans were hated for causing the club relegated in 2014 and changed the tradition of the club

Beyond the Premier League, we also have billionaire Peter Lim, a Singaporean owned Valencia, but about to flee the club, leaving the team La Liga this a financial background broke and can not pay salaries to players. Inter Milan in Serie A was Erick Thohir Indonesian businessmen in 2013 but failed to buy and sell to the Chinese billionaire after only 3 years.

Sheffield Wednesday are rocks in the Championship (England) is owned by billionaire Thai seafood industry Dejphon Chansiri, while 25% of shares are held by Narin Reading Club Niruttinanon, son of tycoon Cheng Niruttinanon. Also some Belgian clubs in Bosnia and Southeast Asia also all investors.