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Discussion in 'San Jose Earthquakes' started by RobsterCraw, Feb 21, 2009.
Ok, I'm not sure about Davino. But Claudio Lopez WAS a DP last year for KC. They talked him into re-signing this year under DP money, so he won't be this year.
How closely is John Fisher's personal wealth tied to the current situation at The Gap? If his personal net worth has a close relationship to the business conditions of The Gap, I think he has a problem. There have been opinions published that say The Gap may not make it through the end of the year.
They were both designated players. That first post is misinformation.
"Wizards re-sign striker Claudio Lopez" mlnet.com 01/12/2009
Thanks for the validation Methodic.
Someone had posted earlier that John Fisher had sold his shares of The Gap quite a while ago, so while he still sits on its board of governors (or somesuch), his personal wealth isn't tied to The Gap anymore.
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Regardless of where his wealth was, there is very good reason to believe that a substantial portion of it would have been invested into a portfolio based on American and world markets. There aren't too many winners over the last few quarters and far more losers in all sectors. I wouldn't be surprised to hear that his and the rest of the owners net worth has deteriorated by 25% or more.