Kroenke Sports Entertainment

20 Jul 19
Sport Archives

This week, Unai Emery said that Arsenal fans should expect some big signings this summer. After Josh Kroenke's impassioned – but somewhat empty – defense of the club, the head coach is now talking the talk too. It is very easy to talk. It is not so easy to act. That, sadly, is the motto […]

19 Jul 19
Stabroek News

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (Reuters) – Arsenal fan websites in the United States are playing a pivotal role in a protest campaign against the club’s owners as a petition demanding change surpassed 100,000 signatures yesterday, three days after launching. Sixteen supporters’ groups, three from the U.S., came together to launch the “#WeCareDoYou” campaign in response to […]

18 Jul 19
IMURNEWS

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (Reuters) – Arsenal fan websites in the United States are playing a pivotal role in a protest campaign against the club’s owners as a petition demanding change surpassed 100,000 signatures on Thursday, three days after launching. Sixteen supporters’ groups, three from the U.S., came together to launch the “#WeCareDoYou” campaign in response […]

18 Jul 19
National Post

CHARLOTTE — Arsenal fan websites in the United States are playing a pivotal role in a protest campaign against the club’s owners as a petition demanding change surpassed 100,000 signatures on Thursday, three days after launching. Sixteen supporters’ groups, three from the U.S., came together to launch the “#WeCareDoYou” campaign in response to “poor leadership” […]

18 Jul 19
Cristiano Ronaldo News

[ad_1] Only Gabriel Martinelli has arrived at the Emirates this summer – but that could all change in the coming weeks In three weeks, the transfer window will shut ahead of the start of the 2019-20 Premier League season. That leaves Arsenal with just 21 days to add to their squad, which so far has […]

17 Jul 19
Football4Cast

The son of Gunners owner Stan Kroenke has responded to the #wecaredoyou campaign launched by supporters on Monday Josh Kroenke has issued an open letter to Arsenal fans just 24 hours after 16 influential supporters’ groups, websites and bloggers launched the #wecaredoyou campaign. On Monday morning Arsenal fans came together in an unprecedented showing of […]

17 Jul 19
The Denver Post
The crew at 2K Games on Monday unveiled its ratings for the top players in the upcoming NBA 2K20 and one Nuggets player landed in the top 20. Center Nikola Jokic received a 90 overall rating, ranking him 12th among all players. Jokic is the third-best big man in the game. Top 3 player ratings are being revealed now❗️Use #2KRatings to let us know who should be the highest 🤔https://t.co/L13qOi0TXd — NBA 2K20 (@NBA2K) July 16, 2019 “The big man who can do everything — passer, scorer,” said Ronnie “Ronnie2K” Singh, digital marketing director at 2K. “He’s probably one of the best passing big men — definitely in today’s NBA, but even historically. Kind of shaky on the defensive end, which I think hurt him a little in the overall rating.” Lakers forward LeBron James and Clippers forward Kawhi Leonard had the highest overall ratings in the game at 97. Lakers’ Anthony Davis and James were the top dynamic duo with an average rating of 95.5, followed by Clippers’ Paul George and Leonard at 95. Nets’ Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving were next at 93.5, while Rockets’ James Harden and Russell Westbrook (93) came in fourth. The top rookie in the game is No. 1 overall pick Zion Williamson of the Pelicans (81). He’s followed by Grizzlies’ Ja Morant (79), Knicks’ RJ Barrett (79), Hawks’ De’Andre Hunter (77) and Cavaliers’ Darius Garland (77). NBA 2K20’s top 20 players Player Team Rating 1. LeBron James Lakers 97 2. Kawhi Leonard Clippers 97 3. Giannis Antetokounmpo Bucks 96 4. Kevin Durant Nets 96 5. James Harden Rockets 96 6. Stephen Curry Warriors 95 7. Anthony Davis Lakers 94 8. Paul George Clippers 93 9. Damian Lillard Trail Blazers 92 10. Joel Embiid 76ers 91 11. Kyrie Irving Nets 91 12. Nikola Jokic Nuggets 90 13. Russell Westbrook Rockets 90 14. Klay Thompson Warriors 89 15. Karl-Anthony Towns Timberwolves 89 16. Jimmy Butler Heat 88 17. Kemba Walker Celtics 88 18. Donovan Mitchell Jazz 88 19. Rudy Gobert Jazz 88 20. Blake Griffin Pistons 88 — Joe Nguyen, The Denver Post A special offer for Sports Omelette readers! Subscribe to The Denver Post’s sports coverage for just 99¢ for the first month and only $6.99/month thereafter. Cancel anytime. What’s on Tap? MLB: San Francisco Giants, 1:10 p.m. Wednesday, ATTRM | Buy tickets Soccer: At New York Yankees, 5 p.m. Friday, ATTRM | Buy tickets MLB: At New York Yankees, 11 a.m. Saturday, ATTRM | Buy tickets TV/RADIO: Here’s what sports are airing today Check out our new and improved stats page. Scoreboard MLB: Giants 8, Rockies 4 Full story | Box score Must-Read Arsenal’s US owner Stan Kroenke waits for kick off in the English FA Cup final football match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Wembley stadium in London on May 27, 2017. Stan Kroenke, Denver-based KSE accused by local Arsenal fans of “sucking the soul out of the club I love” Gunners faithful in London and Colorado found themselves united Monday on two fronts: Their love of Arsenal red and white, and their desire to see Kroenke Sports & Entertainment change how they run one of Europe’s biggest soccer clubs. Read more… Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio talks to the media after practice during mini camp at UCHealth Training Center in Centennial on June 5, 2019. Broncos Roundtable: What is Vic Fangio’s biggest training camp challenge? They have a new coach (Vic Fangio), for the third time in four years. They have a new Week 1 quarterback (Joe Flacco) for the third consecutive year. And they enter the year as a projected also-ran in the AFC. Read more… Self-proclaimed “biggest Denver Broncos fan ever” Jocelyn Correa snaps a selfie with Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller after the first day of training camp at Dove Valley July 26, 2017. 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The 24-year-old signed a five-year, $43 million contract extension with the Rockies on April 2, and after being solid early on this season he’s now stuck in a rut. Read more… Get in Touch If you see something that’s cause for question or have a comment, thought or suggestion, email me at dboniface@denverpost.com or tweet me @danielboniface.
17 Jul 19

I see some of our fans feel they need to have a word with the board about how the club is run. This week, several big hitting blogs got together and launched  the #We care, do you campaign along with an online petition that currently has 80,000 signatories. We all question things from time to […]

17 Jul 19
Latest Football News

ESPN FC's Julien Laurens reacts to Josh Kroenke's statement that Arsenal will look for "the next big thing" as opposed to signing big-name players. Former Arsenal forward Paul Mariner says Laurent Koscielny is putting his legacy with the Gunners at risk with his recent behaviour. Steve Nicol feels Laurent Koscielny doesn't have enough leverage at […]

17 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Josh Kroenke, director of Arsenal, admits that criticizing the leadership of the club was "hard to endure," but claims that there will be no compromise on the direction of the board. On Monday, a total of 16 signers from all over arsenal Supporter organizations, fanzines and blogs issued a statement on Stan Kroenke's "passive ownership" […]

17 Jul 19
We are the Gooners

Arsenal are at a crossroads. Another year has come and gone and seen the club slip further down the relevancy charts. We’re watching on a daily basis as that which we love most, our club moves along rudderless and without direction. The real danger is that the slide into mediocrity will go further along without […]

16 Jul 19
Latest Football News

Former Arsenal forward Paul Mariner says Laurent Koscielny is putting his legacy with the Gunners at risk with his recent behaviour. Steve Nicol feels Laurent Koscielny doesn't have enough leverage at Arsenal to be snubbing their preseason tour. Former Arsenal striker Paul Mariner breaks down why Edu becoming Arsenal's technical director will do the club […]

16 Jul 19
talkSPORT
Josh Kroenke has responded to Arsenal fans just 24 hours after the #WeCareDoYou campaign was launched. Kroenke is the director of the Gunners and son of owner Stan, with Kroenke Sports & Entertainment (KSE) coming under fire from Arsenal fans. Josh Kroenke has responded to Arsenal fans in an open letter A collection of 16 supporters groups wrote a strongly-worded letter criticising their ownership of the club and attacking the ‘soulless atmosphere’ at the Emirates stadium. But Josh Kroenke, who is in America and watched the club’s pre-season win over Colorado Rapids, has since responded to fans with a letter of his own. “I’d like to start by clarifying that my family owns Arsenal together, and when it comes to the Club, my father and I are in constant dialogue. “So when you hear from him you are hearing from me, and the other way round. So I pen this on behalf of myself, my father, my family and Kroenke Sports & Entertainment. Stan Kroenke (L) has received constant criticism since arriving at the Emirates “We know we have some of the most passionate fans in any sport, anywhere in the world. It’s part of what makes us such a special and unique Club. “And while we understand, appreciate, and agree with concerns about our Club failing to achieve our goal of qualifying for the 2019-20 Champions League, we respectfully disagree about our Club being at a crossroads and that things need to change because so much change has recently occurred.” Kroenke highlighted the appointment of Edu as technical director, an appointment he describes as the ‘final piece of a very important jigsaw’ in the club’s football operational structure. “He [Edu] is first and foremost an Arsenal man who understands the ethos of our Club and, as an Invincible, he understands the mentality required from top to bottom across the entire Club for us to return to the level at which we all expect to be competing,” said Kroenke. The disdain towards the Kroenke family has been in north London for years “He joins Freddie, Per and Steve Bould, all winners with Arsenal DNA, who love our Club. “We want to be clear we are in sports for one reason and one reason only…to win. There is simply no better feeling in sport than winning at the highest level. “We know there is a lot of hard work ahead and understand that supporters want success now. We will continue to push forward trying to balance the short and long term vision without abandoning the core principles of the Club that have sustained us for the past 133 years. “We are not naive in our thinking that our ambitions can be achieved overnight, and are putting processes in place to ensure we are stacked not only with talent, but talent with the proper mentality to help us achieve our highest goals in the future.” [bc_video video_id=”6044787717001″ account_id=”6023583704001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”David Seaman complains about Arsenal’s lack of ambition “] Much has been made of Arsenal’s limited transfer budget this season, with rumours of Unai Emery having as little as £45million to spend in the market. Bids for Wilfried Zaha and Kieran Tierney have been rejected out of hand already this summer, with Gabriel Martinelli the only name through the door thus far at the Emirates. But in an interview with the club’s official website, Kroenke revealed there could be more success soon. “I would say be excited’,” he told arsenal.com. “There are a few things that I know our group are working on, and a few things we hopefully have on the doorstep. “Nothing is ever a done deal until it is a done deal obviously, but we have key areas we want to address in our squad, both now and in the future. “Our entire football operations staff have a great grasp on that and I’ve encouraged them to be as aggressive as possible.” Here is the letter from Josh Kroenke in full
16 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Arsenal director Josh Kroenke has responded to a letter recently signed by 16 backers, criticizing the association's ownership and leadership. The letter, which was a collaboration between the groups, weakened the status of the club and challenged them to rethink the current business and sports model. Kroenke, the son of the owner Stan Kroenke, said […]