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  • Champagne proposals for Fifa reform set stage for presidential bid

    By Steve Menary 16 January 2012 FIFA’s former director of international relations Jérôme Champagne has entered the debate over the future governance of the world body by sending a detailed assessment of the problems facing the game and potential remedies to all 208 members. A former French diplomat, member of the 1998 World Cup organising […]

  • HMRC turns coy on football’s tax debts as ‘Creditors’ Rule’ case looms

    By Steve Menary 14 November 2011 Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs have changed their approach to disclosing British football’s tax debts just as a court case over the controversial ‘Football Creditors’ Rule’ (FCR) is about to come to the High Court. HMRC’s case against the Football League and the Premier League, which will challenge the […]

  • Premier League clubs clear tax arrears as football governance report looms

    By Steve Menary 16 June 2011 The Premier League’s clubs have cleared their entire backlog of tax debts to Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC), a well-timed development ahead of a government report into the governance of football that could pose difficult questions over the financial affairs of clubs in the world’s richest club competition. […]

  • REVEALED: English football’s tax debt was £22m ‘at low ebb’ in 2010

    By Steve Menary 15 March 2011 Clubs from the Premier League owe millions of pounds in tax payments, including VAT, despite being rich enough to pay player’s salaries that run into six figures per week in some cases, according to findings from a Freedom of Information inquiry (FOI) published for the first time here today. […]

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