Potential new owner Chris Kirchner will delete all tweets after making misogynistic comments. – Sky Sports Breaking News 2021

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Chris Kirchner will be named Derby’s preferred bidder later this week. The American businessman didn’t seem to play to buy a championship club before Christmas. Ownership of Pride Park among the hurdles that need to be addressed before the transaction can be completed

Chris Kirchner was on Wednesday confirmed as the preferred bidder to buy Derby

Derby County: Potential new owner Chris Kirchner will delete all tweets after making misogynistic comments.

Chris Kirchner will be named Derby’s preferred bidder later this week. The American businessman didn’t seem to play to buy a championship club before Christmas. Ownership of Pride Park among the hurdles that need to be addressed before the transaction can be completed

The potential new owner of Derby County, American businessman Chris Kirchner, deleted his Twitter account about a decade ago after misogynistic tweets resurfaced on social media.

Kirchner was identified as the preferred bidder to buy Derby on Wednesday, and he has been granted exclusive rights by managers to complete a deal to acquire the East Midlands club.

In 2013 he posted the following message: “Men classify women (literally) in one of four ways… #factsonly “

The tweet contained abuse and misogynistic terms.

When the message was reposted by a Derby fan, Kirchner replied that he was not sexist in any way and was raised by his single mother with his sister.

Sky Sports News reported that Kirchner expressed regret for the original message, which was a reckless attempt to quote song lyrics and movie quotes. He is adamant that those words do not represent his own personal views.

Kirchner’s decision to delete his old Twitter account was a direct result of the re-emergence of historic tweets.

His new account has only one message posted earlier today, the Ram emoticon.

‘I hope I never do it again when I grow up’
Conservative MP Pauline Latham, Mid Derbyshire, speaking on Kirchner’s deleted tweet on Sky Sports News:

“I’ve never seen them, but I understand they’re pretty nasty.

“I think social media is great in some ways, but terrible in other ways. People post stuff on social media impulsively at the moment without thinking all the time.

“I don’t know why he wore it, but it was ten years ago. Since then, he has grown well. If he’s off [social media] that’s a good sign. I’d love to hear that he disagrees with that view.

“I’ve never actually heard him talk about it, but there’s probably very few people who haven’t been on social media and haven’t done something he regrets. I hope he makes a strong statement that he regrets what he said 10 years ago.

“For many people, 10 years is the first time in their life and it has changed their lives. It sounds inappropriate and offensive. We don’t want that to happen, but we hope he’ll never do it again when he grows up.”

When Kirchner withdrew his original offer just before Christmas and instead turned his attention to the Preston North End, he appeared out of action to take over the Derby.

However, negotiations with Preston broke down last week and he is now named Derby’s preferred bidder.

The full names of Derby’s co-managers are as follows: “Following a rigorous and well-documented marketing process, Derby County Football Club’s co-manager took an offer from Chris Kirchner to remove Derby County Football Club from management.

“This follows his recent club bid, which is to purchase a football club on condition that the club continue to occupy the Pride Park stadium to negotiate with external stakeholders.

“Kirchner initially expressed interest in acquiring the club at the end of 2021 and the co-managers welcomed Kirchner’s new interest.

“A discussion has been held with key stakeholders and Kirchner has been selected as the preferred bidder for the club and is effective immediately.

“The co-manager has initiated an exclusive period with Kirchner and his advisors during which further operational, commercial and contractual discussions will take place.”

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As the preferred bidder, Kirchner will have exclusive access to all confidential accounts of the club and will be given priority to complete the acquisition of the club.

According to Sky Sports News, ownership changes won’t happen for at least two months and there are still more barriers to overcome.

The biggest stumbling block is ownership of Pride Park, which is still owned by Mel Morris, and buying or renting the stadium to Kirchner would require a separate agreement.

Then there’s a lengthy due diligence where Kirchner’s accountant goes through all of Derby’s finances and requires further negotiations with creditors to settle the club’s debt.

But for Derby fans who have been watching the club up and running for over six months, it has been a very positive move after months of despair.

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Potential buyer of Derby County, Chris Kirchner (Centre) during the Sky Bet Championship match between Derby County and Queens Park Rangers at Pride Park

Co-manager Carl Jackson added: “We are delighted to be able to nominate Mr Kirchner as our co-manager’s preferred bidder. Co-manager is the best deal for our creditors and will secure the club’s long-term future.

“The nomination of the first bidder represents an important milestone for our administration and we look forward to completing the sale of the club with Kirchner and his team.”

Kirchner has attended several derby matches against Luton, Blackburn and QPR and also visited the squad at the club’s Moor Farm training center with manager Wayne Rooney.

At the time, Rooney spoke favorably about the possibility of a Kirchner takeover. “He has a really good idea and if everything suits the club, that’s a really positive thing,” said Derby’s manager.

Retracting his offer for the December derby, Kirchner said he had come up with “a very detailed, generous and ambitious long-term sustainable business plan.”

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Senior Reporter Rob Dorsett delves deeper into Chris Kirschner’s bid for Derby County and how it will affect manager Wayne Rooney in the future.

Co-manager Carl Jackson added: “We are delighted to be able to nominate Mr Kirchner as our co-manager’s preferred bidder. Co-manager is the best deal for our creditors and will secure the club’s long-term future.

“The nomination of the first bidder represents an important milestone for our administration and we look forward to completing the sale of the club with Kirchner and his team.”

Kirchner has attended several derby matches against Luton, Blackburn and QPR and also visited the squad at the club’s Moor Farm training center with manager Wayne Rooney.

At the time, Rooney spoke favorably about the possibility of a Kirchner takeover. “He has a really good idea and if everything suits the club, that’s a really positive thing,” said Derby’s manager.

Retracting his offer for the December derby, Kirchner said he had come up with “a very detailed, generous and ambitious long-term sustainable business plan.”

Sky Sports News Chief Correspondent Rob Dorsett:

“This is very positive news and the first light in a very dark tunnel for Derby County fans. The club has been running for over six months and has said that the promises of Quantuma, the club manager, will not be kept. This stage right after Christmas.

“It hints at how complex the financial situation they are dealing with and should give a caution to anyone who thinks this is an automatic solution to all Derby’s problems. This is a very important first step. But a useful analogy is selling a house. When a person accepts an oral offer from a person to become a buyer.

“Do you see how many home sales collapse in the bureaucracy that comes before completion? The same risks apply here at Derby. Kirchner or the manager can leave at any stage if they are not satisfied. Legally binding has not yet been signed. ..

“And Kirchner had already left once before Christmas. He felt that his offer was not going ahead. Then he turned his attention to the Preston North End but returned to Derby last week when his purchase attempt failed.

“Kirchner has already shown that he has the funds to buy the club. This was a condition the manager had stipulated for all bidders. But now, for the first time, he is granted full and unhindered access to Derby’s account as a ‘preferred bidder’ ..

“I’ve been told through this process that there are a lot of demons in those accounts. Many of them must have already been slain by the admins.

“But it’s unclear at what stage the negotiations with the various groups Derby owes, namely football creditors (which must be paid in full, otherwise the EFL imposes a points penalty for the start of next season). -Soccer creditors (probability of accepting only a portion of the debt) and HMRC (probability of accepting significantly reduced payments for debt).

“The EFL will require a lot of convincing after their recent stint with Derby. Above all, Kirchner and his manager must comply with owner and manager tests.

“More importantly, Kirchner has made a verbal contract to buy the club. He has not agreed to buy the stadium. Pride Park is owned separately by Mel Morris and negotiations begin now if Derby agrees to terms for continued use. You must go forward.

“What happened to Coventry City as the controversy surrounding Ricoh Arena continued for years is a warning story for Derby. And I’ve heard that Morris has been very transparent about the figures and has given Pride a chance. New owners will buy or lease the park , and whether Kirchner can accept that number is yet to be determined.

“Fans want things to go smoothly here, but it’s not going to move quickly.

“Kirchner and his team of forensic accountants will now begin a ‘due diligence’ process to test whether the offer of sale is what it looks like. Who knows how long it will take to reach a binding settlement with all creditors, and to Pride Park. to enter into a separate legal agreement with Morris for

“An important next step is to convince the EFL that this contract will provide financial proof that Derby can continue as a running football club. If that can be proven, the hope is that the club’s player ban will be lifted soon.

“As Wayne Rooney pointed out, there will be only three senior players signed in the summer because Derby cannot agree to new contracts with players whose contracts expire by the summer.

“Whatever happens, it will take at least two or three months for Kirchner to complete the acquisition. And until then, Derby’s Ligue 1 relegation will almost certainly be confirmed.

“So, it’s time to check reality. There will be more grim times for Derby in the future. But for now – don’t take anything away from their loyal and long-suffering supporters. This is an important and important first step towards what they want. Hope will be a much brighter and more stable future.”

Derby manager Rooney guested on Monday Night Football this week with Jamie Carragher and David Jones, while the former Manchester United forward spoke about the issues the club faces, including points deductions, transfer bans and ongoing outfield issues. . acquisition saga.

“What I want to do is do my job and show my best as a coach,” Rooney said in an interview with Monday Night Football. “All of this is a tough challenge. I am so proud of the staff and players that they have overcome.

“From a player’s point of view, you can see that every match is sold out and there are a lot of spectators every week. It is up to the players to give the fans hope. You have a bad day when you think it will happen.

“Of course there are bad days and you have to lift it. It’s a big challenge, but I’m a fighter and I’ll fight to the end whether we fall or not. There’s still a chance we’ll keep rising. We’ll keep going until we go down or go up We need to reevaluate at the end of the season. At the moment we don’t know what the future of the club is. We really want to sit down and have a bidder come and discuss their ambitions and how they will develop the club.”

“It’s not ideal and it’s not the experience I wanted to experience. These things happen and we have to be where we are and I have to deal with it,” he added.

“I brought these young players probably earlier than they should have come, and what I want to say to them is that we really worked hard to change their mindset and allow them to compete in the championship.”

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