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Simon

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Simon Jordan is a serial entrepreneur and made his fortunes in the mobile phone industry, building his company from scratch. He sold The Pocket Phone Shop in 2000 for £75 million, aged 32.

In the same year, he bought Crystal Palace FC, becoming the youngest ever owner of a Football League club – the club his father played for and the team he had supported as a child.

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 During his ten years in football, covering the entire decade of the noughties, he became one of the most recognisable faces in the game and led Crystal Palace to the Premier League in 2004 – making him the youngest Premier League Football club owner at just 36.

He is the author of best-selling book Be Careful What You Wish For, a former columnist for The Observer and starred in the major ITV series Fortune: Million Pound Giveaw...

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