Kadhafi on Juventus board (1 Viewer)


Senior Member
Feb 18, 2001
Saadi Kadhafi the son of the Libyan leader, has joined the board of top Italian side Juventus, the club announced on Monday.

He takes his place on the board as representative for the Libyan investment company Lafico (Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Company) which holds 7.30 percent of the share capital in the Turin club.

This announcement was made after a general assembly of Juventus shareholders.

The side has been quoted on the Milan stock exchange since December 2001 with the majority shareholder being IFI a holding company of the Agnelli family which also runs the Fiat car company.

Juventus said that they made profits of 6.1 million euro for the 2001/2002 financial year, 6.2 percent up on the previous year.

Saadi Kadhafi is also vice-president of the Libyan football federation.


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Layce Erayce

Senior Member
Aug 11, 2002
Interesting that.... also note that the other member is Mr. Pininfarina, famed designer of Ferraris...

What do you think the Agnellis are trying to pull off by doing this??


Junior Member
Jul 13, 2002
sounds good .

money is a good thing ,no matter how they make .

by the way is there anybody holds shares of juve ?


Senior Member
Oct 28, 2002
I hope all this money is used wisely on the transfer market to spice up our midfield!!!!!!!!!!!

or all this money could be given to me!!!!!!!!!!!



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Feb 18, 2001
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    I don't know what Agnelli's intentions are, but with Fiat being in a BIG crisis, maybe he's looking for a back-up.

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