The owners of Watford, Burnley and Norwich are the poor bosses in the English Premier League.
The Premier League is transformed into a tournament of money and fame, a gathering of wealthy bosses who are willing to splash out hundreds of millions each.
However, not every owner owns a huge fortune like Sheikh Mansour (Man City), Roman Abramovich (Chelsea), Stan Kroenke (Arsenal) or the future manager of Newcastle – Mohammed bin Salman.
According to statistics, Gino Pozzo (Watford), Mike Garlick (Burnley) and the duo Delia Smith – Michael Wynn (Norwich) are the “poor” bosses and bosses of the No. 1 league.
The total assets of the aforementioned men and women are not equal to the value of the wealth of the 17th person Prince Abdullah bin Musaed (Sheffield Utd, 198 million pounds). Specifically, the value of the property of the Italian businessman – Gino Pozzo is about 93 million pounds, and Mike Garlick is 62 million pounds.
Particularly Delia Smith and Michael Wynn, the Norwich couple owns a net worth of 23 million pounds, which is only one corner of the amount of money MU plans to spend on the 20-year-old talent deal Jadon Sancho from Dortmund.
Except for Burnley who seems to be good at pulling, Watford and Norwich are showing the inferiority of the poor. Before the foggy league number 1 was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Norwich came in with a score of 21 points, while Watford’s position was equal to the points but more than the nearest relegation team in the sub-index.
List of 20 bosses in the Premier League:
- Sheikh Mansour (Man City – £ 17.7 billion) (another statistic is £ 23.3 billion)
- Roman Abramovich (Chelsea – £ 9.6 billion)
- Stan Kroenke (Arsenal – £ 6.8 billion)
- Guo Guangchang (Wolves – £ 5.2 billion)
- Nassef Sawiris (Aston Villa – £ 5 billion)
- Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha (Leicester City – $ 4.6 billion)
- Joe Lewis (Tottenham – £ 3.9 billion)
- The Glazer Family (MU – £ 3.6 billion)
- Gao Jisheng (Southampton – £ 3.1 billion)
- Joshua Harris (Crystal Palace – £ 2.7 billion)
- Mike Ashley (Newcastle – £ 2.3 billion)
- John Henry (Liverpool – £ 2.1 billion)
- Farhad Moshiri (Everton – £ 1.5 billion)
- Tony Bloom (Brighton – £ 1.3 billion)
- David Sullivan and David Gold (West Ham – £ 1.2 billion)
- Maxim Demin (Bournemouth – £ 900 million)
- Prince Abdullah bin Musaed (Sheffield Utd – £ 198 million)
- Gino Pozzo (Watford – £ 93 million)
- Mike Garlick (Burnley – £ 62 million)
- Delia Smith and Michael Wynn (Norwich – £ 23 million)