This showed up in my local newspaper the other day. I am so lucky to have a writer as good as Rory Smith being the English/World Football correspondent on a daily/weekly basis. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/17/sports/soccer/arsenal-shares-kroenke.html These fans all lament the state of the club these days, with Kroenke in total control, no more AGM's, run like a corporate investment, etc, etc. None of them really want to give up their few shares, even with the imminent financial windfall. But I guess they will be forcibly disowned of their shares, even if they don't actually surrender them, as in the case of the Danish Supporters group. It got me wondering... is there anything comparable in American law, which would force shareholders to surrender their shares to a new majority owner, who's taking a company private?