Indian Super League (ISL) side >Delhi Dynamos FC has announced that Wall Street Investments will be a new majority co-owner of the club. The news comes ahead of the team's second clash against Kerala Blasters FC. Wall Street Investments is represented by Dr. Anil Sharma led Global Marketing Systems (GMS) who will be joining hands with Mr. Sameer Manchanda of DEN Networks.
Acting as the representative agent for Wall Street Investments, GMS was originally incorporated in the USA and currently has offices in nine countries throughout the world. GMS has been a pioneer in the ship recycling industry as the world’s largest Buyer of ships & offshore assets, >the club's website announced.
“Our investment in Delhi Dynamos F.C. is one made to add to the growing market of football in India. Investments made in the right entity are essential for building infrastructure and credibility in the market and Delhi Dynamos FC has had an incredible track record over the past two years of creating value and awareness about the sport.
"The Indian Super League is experiencing a remarkable growth in India and is found at a crucial stage of development, as football has become the second most watched sport in the country. Delhi Dynamos FC has an inspirational role of bringing people of all age groups together with a shared passion and we shall look to expand that further,” said Dr. Sharma, after
Mr. Sameer Manchanda, Chairman and Managing Director of DEN Networks expressed his thoughts on the newly restructured management of the Delhi Dynamos F.C. and said, “I am delighted to have a prominent business leader like Dr. Sharma joining the Management Board of the Club. I am sure that his extensive experience in business management combined with a highly successful record in multi-faceted business investments at a global level, will add value to the Club. I extend a roaring welcome to Dr. Sharma!”
Club President Mr. Prashant Agarwal is also delighted with the new consortium and said: “It’s a new season and I am glad that with the advent of this new season we have more power to the club in the form of having a new owner joining us. The business expertise of Dr. Sharma will definitely add to the club’s extensive plans of helping football become the premier sport in India. I would like to welcome Dr. Sharma to the Lions family and believe his involvement will help the team roar to glory.”
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