Sterling fears Brent Council will stop him from forming Academy

WEMBLEY MATTERS   posted by Martin Francis 
Thursday, 17 January 2019

Butt offers Raheem Sterling meeting on Bridge Park in Twitter exchange 

In a series of Tweets exchanged with former Brent and Kilburn Times editor Lorraine King, Brent Council leader Muhammed Butt, offered to meet with Raheem Sterling’s team over provision at Bridge Park. This follows an article in the Daily Mail where the Council was painted as less than helpful regarding Sterling’s plans for a football academy on the site. LINK

Cllr Butt  returned to Twitter in December and at present only has 236 followers. He has recently had a tetchy exchange with Michael Calderbank of Brent Central Labour Party over the Time to Talk meeting on Brexit. Calderbank felt that that the meeting was constituted in a way that left no space for debate about the case for leaving the EU while Butt said that was not the purpose of the meeting.

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