21. Stan Kroenke – LA Rams/Arsenal
Kroenke has the unique position of making two teams hate him. The majority owner of the once-St. Louis Rams only grew up a couple of hours outside the city. But this didn’t stop him from packing the team up and moving them to Los Angeles in 2010. They were already bad on the field, so this didn’t help endear him to the fans.
Meanwhile, Kroenke also decided to invest in the Premier League. He is the majority shareholder of Arsenal, one of the biggest clubs in Europe. However, his reign in charge of the Gunners has seen them sink deeper into mediocrity. He cares more about lining the pockets of his flamboyant suits than sporting success.