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David “Dave” Whelan (created 24 November 1936) is a former professional football player with Blackburn Rovers and Crewe Alexandra who now possesses Wigan Athletic. He could be the former owner of JJB Sports as well as the present owner of the DW Stadium where Wigan Athletic and Wigan Warriors RLFC play. A lot of folks understand Dave Whelan as the guy who broke his leg in the FA Cup Final.
A leading supporter of the Conservative Party, in 2008 he given 250,000 to the Party and in 2013 he stirred controversy with his call for a compulsory minute’s silence at all football matches upon the passing of Margaret Thatcher.
As a result of Whelan’s resources, Wigan, who were tipped to be relegated in the Premier League in their very first season, not only were able to stay up (and stayed in the top flight for eight years), but claimed a 10th spot league standing as well as reached the final of the Football League Cup. In 2005, Whelan threatened to leave the team unless the cost of policing matches was reduced. He later called for Premier League Chairman Dave Richards and chief executive Richard Scudamore to step down. An arbitration committee met to look at the matter. It ruled in favor of the Premier League. It turned out to be a spectacular closing-day Premiership survival narrative, using the result saving Wigan and condemning Sheffield United to the Tournament. Three days afterwards, a defeat to Arsenal saw Wigan relegated to the Tournament after eight years in the Premier League.
Dave Whelan Net Worth $170 Million Dollars
|Net Worth||$210 Million|
|Date Of Birth||1936-11-24|
|Place Of Birth||Bradford, England|
|Profession||Art Department, Miscellaneous Crew|
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