Leyton Orient investor Kent Teague says ‘likely to lose all my money’

Leyton Orient investor Kent Teague says ‘likely to lose

Multi-millionaire Kent Teague helped financed the takeover of the East London club last year. Leyton Orient, who currently play in the fifth tier of English football, was facing financial collapse at the time. Teague told the Financial Times in an interview on Friday: «I’m likely to lose all my money, every bit that I put in. It doesn’t

Texas millionaire pours his fortune into lowly Leyton Orient

If you want to make a profit, Kent Teague advises against investing at the wrong end of the football ladder. The Texan multi-millionaire is the majority owner of Leyton Orient, a team that lies in

INTERVIEW: Teague – ‘The Club belongs to – Leyton Orient

Vice-Chairman and Principal Investor Kent Teague admits he is honoured to be a part of Leyton Orient Football Club. “I am extremely humbled, I am extremely honoured and I am extremely privileged.

Kent Teague. | Leyton Orient Forum – #lofc

Mar 03, 2018 · Multi-millionaire Kent Teague helped financed the takeover of the East London club last year. Leyton Orient, who currently play in the fifth tier of English football, was facing financial collapse at the time. Teague told the Financial Times in an interview on Friday: «I’m likely to lose all my money, every bit that I put in. It doesn’t make sense.

Interview: Kent Teague «I have a history with Beyonce that

Throughout the summer Orient fans had little better to do than to stare endlessly at the Twitter profile of a mysterious Texan investor, hoping beyond hope that his background photo of a London tube sign would become in focus enough to reveal the name «Leyton».

The Texas millionaire who saved a lower league English

Multi-millionaire Kent Teague helped financed the takeover of the East London club last year. Leyton Orient, who currently play in the fifth tier of English football, was facing financial collapse at the time. Teague told the Financial Times in an interview on Friday: «I’m likely to lose all my money, every bit that I put in. It doesn’t

Orient business breakfast with Kent Teague – News – Leyton

Orient fans and local businesses will have the chance to meet and chat with Principal Investor and Vice-Chairman Kent Teague in the first of a series of breakfast meetings next month.

Kent Teague – businessinsider.de

Multi-millionaire Kent Teague helped financed the takeover of the East London club last year. Leyton Orient, who currently play in the fifth tier of English football, was facing financial collapse at the time. Teague told the Financial Times in an interview on Friday: «I’m likely to lose all my money, every bit that I put in. It doesn’t

Kent Teague interview: How the Texas helped bring Leyton

Kent Teague is the principle investor and vice-chairman of Leyton Orient (Source: Simon O’Connor) Felix Keith Eighteen months ago Leyton Orient reached rock bottom.

Leyton Orient’s new owner Nigel Travis: ‘Starting from

Orient have seen bad days previously and Travis, a lifelong fan who attended his first game as a nine-year-old in 1959 – a 1-1 home draw against Sunderland in division two – says he can

Man says ex must be ‘gutted’ after he dumped her days

In return, he says he has invited Orient bosses to ‘convince him’ the club is worth investing in, which he would have done immediately if it weren’t for its main investor, Texas boss Kent

Leyton Orient chairman Nigel Travis: People said I’d be an

Nigel, principle investor Kent Teague and the consortium embrace the desire and passion being generated by the supporters after several years in the wilderness with no direction or commitment.

«She must be gutted!»: £9.3million Lotto winner reveals he

Paul is a lifelong Leyton Orient fan He said he is unsure about doing so immediately because its main investor, Texas tycoon Kent Teague, has previously admitted he is likely to lose money.

View from the West Stand: 2017 – leytonorientblog.com

One way or the other, we’ll all still have Leyton Orient. And it’ll be a Leyton Orient that’s no longer infected by your poison. And whatever shape that may take, it’ll still be a better, happier place to be than the Leyton Orient of your tenure.