Greek-American Dean Metropoulos Part of Group Interested in Denver Broncos Purchase

February 9, 2022

NEW YORK – Greek American businessman Dean Metropoulos is reportedly part of an investment group interested in purchasing the Denver Broncos, a team in the National Football League. According to a report that first appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Metropoulos would be part of three partners which includes billionaires Alec Gores, 69, of Gores Group  and Mat Ishbia, 42 CEO of UWM Holdings.

The Denver Broncos announced on February 1, 2022 that they were up for sale. Prior to that point, Pat Bowlen was the owner and CEO of the team from 1984 to 2019 after which point the ownership was transferred to The Patrick D. Bowlen Trust which consisted of Joe Ellis, Rich Slivka and Mary Kelly.

It is widely expected that the Denver Broncos sale will eclipse Steve Cohen’s purchase of the New York Mets baseball team for $2.4 billion as the most expensive purchase of a North American sports team in history.


BOSTON – Metropolitan Methodios of Boston, along with the clergy and the laity of the parishes of New England, celebrated the Thronal Feast of the Metropolis of Boston in memory of Saint Apostle Andrew the First-Called.

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FALMOUTH, MA – The police in Falmouth have identified the victim in an accident involving a car plunging into the ocean on February 20, NBC10 Boston reported.


Greek, Turkish Leaders Signal Markedly Improved Ties Between the Two NATO Allies (Video)

ATHENS — After several years of strained relations that raised tensions to alarming levels, longtime regional rivals Greece and Turkey made a significant step Thursday in mending ties during a visit to Athens by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

ATHENS - Greek authorities have released from detention 20 Croatians detained in a summer soccer hooligan brawl in Athens that left a Greek fan dead and brought tensions between the governments of the countries.

ANKARA - Despite the constant danger of earthquakes, Turkey - with a Russian-built nuclear power site due to go online in 2024 and planning several more - is talking with Greece about the idea of collaborating with more facilities.

Greece, with slow but steady steps, is improving the law regarding the voting rights of expatriates, making it increasingly easier for us to participate in Greek elections.

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