Luton Lessons – What can our 1988 League Cup final conquerors teach us about club ownership?

I don’t live far from Luton, but a recent announcement concerning Luton Town FC made me think. This is part arose due to their club ownership, which has seen it rise from the Conference to the verge of the Championship. Yes, this is an Arsenal blog, but then we have our issues and thoughts towards our own owner, Stan Kreonke. Whilst Luton Town, with respect, isn’t a club on our level in a multitude of areas, they have a trait in their owner that we can learn from. As can many other clubs in the Premier League.
Luton Town is known to most Gooners as the club that beat us in the 1988 League Cup final. This to date is their only major trophy, and since then we’ve gone on to supreme highs, and they, in contrast, have faced relegations, administration, and non-league football. w
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