NEWCASTLE, England (AP) — Saudi-owned Premier League club Newcastle will hold a mid-season training camp in the kingdom, raising concerns among human rights organizations about using sport to clean up their image.
Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund completed the purchase of the club in October after providing assurances to the Premier League that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and in turn the country, would have no say in team decisions.
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