ADUG

AcronymDefinition
ADUGAustralian Delphi Users Group
ADUGAtlanta DB2 (Database 2) Users Group
ADUGAmiga Down Under Group (Australia)
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City and ADUG are hoping this more local approach will help the club to gain prominence in a global market dominated by Manchester United, Real Madrid, Barcelona and other more established names in football.
Whether all these foreign investors is good for English football is a much more complicated question and far more difficult to assess but no one could argue that the ADUG involvement is not preferable to Thaksin Shinawatra who astonishingly has made an estimated Au80 million on his 14-month spell at the helm.
Now all ADUG want to see is there investment being repaid.
A statement released earlier in the day on behalf of ADUG said that Shinawatra would be "without any administrative responsibilities".
Within 24 hours of its takeover of Manchester City, ADUG spelled out its commitment by securing the services of Brazilian striker, Robinho, from Real Madrid for a British record fee of $47m.
football is a passion and it is about image," ADUG board member Sulaiman al-Fahim said.
Dr Sulaiman Al-Fahim, front man for ADUG, is convinced City will now have no problem and the audacious signing of Robinho - on pounds 160,000 a week - was proof of their ability to do just that.
Al-Farim confirmed that ADUG had also considered investing in City's Premier League rivals Liverpool, Arsenal and Newcastle before deciding to press ahead with a buy-out - thought to be worth around pounds 150million - of the Eastlands outfit.
Al-Farim concrmed that ADUG had also considered investing in Arsenal, Newcastle and Liverpool before deciding to press ahead with a buy-out - thought to be worth around pounds 150million - of the Eastlands outfit.
So the upshot is ADUG are at something of a crossroads.
Dr Sulaiman Al-Fahim, front man for ADUG, is convinced City will now have no problem and the audacioussigning of Robinho - on pounds 160,000 a week - was proof of their ability to do just that.
ADUG, who also considered investing in Newcastle, Liverpool and Arsenal, have agreed a deal to buy 90 per cent of City.