Malfunction always finds a way.
At a time when the Washington Football Team is trying to curse turn the page into turbulent times, the problems last for the franchise. According to Wall Street Journal, team minority owners are “pressuring” owner Daniel Snyder to sell the amount of his stake in the team.
According to the report, Snyder does not intend to sell. The resulting block has certainly contributed to Snyder’s recent suggestions in court files that one of the minority partners, Dwight Schar, has tried to discredit Snyder by encouraging current and / or former employees to make claims about him.
The PFT first reported last month that Schar and FedEx founder Fred Smith had tried to sell their shares in the team. Earlier that day, we suggested that minority partners might want to see Snyder run away. According to Wall Street Journal, Numerous buyers have passed based on the inability to provide an opportunity to eventually acquire a controlling interest in the team.