German businessman hopes to restore Ljubljana football club to former glory

Ljubljana, 19 October - Olimpija Ljubljana, one of Slovenia's biggest football clubs, has a new owner and president. Adam Delius, a relatively unknown German real estate businessman, has taken over from Milan Mandarić, the Serbian-American businessman who previously owned clubs like Porstmouth, Leicester City and Sheffield Wednesday, among others.

Olimpija Ljubljana FC's news conference, as the new investors present their vision for the club.
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Olimpija Ljubljana FC's news conference, with Milan Mandarić (left) making a statement as he retires and the new owner Adam Delius (right) presenting his vision for the club
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New owner of Olimpija Ljubljana Adam Delius.
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NK Olimpija football team.
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