Wes Edens is an American investor and a businessman. Eden is the Milwaukee Bucks and NBA team based in Milwaukee. Eden is the shareholder of Aston Villa, which is an English Premier League club. Wes Edens’s interest in football started with the 1994 World Cup in the United States. The first time and all-time Aston Villa supporter met Edens and introduced himself as Dean Smith; Wes Edens told him that there was only one genuine Dean Smith. So Wes Edens asked Dean Smith, who later became the Villa manager, to search the former University of North Carolina basketball trainer and find out about the real Dean Smith.
In 1974, Wes Edens could not miss the biggest competition in Bucks history, irrespective of owning a private jet to take him to Wembley. In May 2018, Wes Edens believed that contracting Mike Budenholzer as the head coach to collaborate with Jon Horst, then manager, and President Feigin provided infrastructure and a blueprint that required manufacturing worldly gifts in the sixth NBA season. Moreover, Wes Edens usually dodges acrimony and distrust from the English Premier League, who believes that his decision regarding Tony Xia, a Chinese businessman, was misguided due to the approval rating that continues to decrease to a Lerner level.
Edens was behind the elevation of Horst to a general manager after the 2017 off-season. More than that, it is believed that the promotion of Horst arrived after the three partners could not agree on an external manager where Wes Edens appeared as the majority stakeholder. Additionally, only Wes Edens attended Horst’s introductory news forum, whereas the other two partners did not attend the news conference. Lastly, Edens believes that Horst’s contending for the NBA supervisory of the years is the best position for their clubs and achievement.