After weeks of speculation and hearsay from the media in Britain, Portsmouth soccer club's Hong Kong owner Balram Chainrai wants to put it on the record once and for all - he has nothing to hide. "I'm not a money lender, I'm a businessman. My involvement in Portsmouth is purely business. There's been absolute transparency all the way from my side," he said.
Honk Kong-based businessman Balram Chainrai has become the fourth owner of cash-strapped Portsmouth this season. Chainrai, who is of Nepalese origin but has a British passport, has taken control temporarily while he searches for yet another buyer. Chainrai's company Portpin has taken Ali Al-Faraj's 90 percent stake after exercising a clause in their agreement over..