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SBD Global/December 20, 2013/Finance
Spanish Footballers Association Members Submit Claims For $2.09M In Owed Payments
Published December 20, 2013
DEMICHELIS SUING MÁLAGA: OLE reported Man City defender Martin Demichelis "is taking court action against his former club," La Liga side Málaga, "to force the club to pay him" €400,000 ($546,720) "he claims to be owed in back wages." Demichelis spent three years with Málaga. Demichelis' representatives said in a statement, "We have taken action on his behalf to reclaim the quantity which, for diverse redistributive reasons generated during the '12-13 season, the Spanish club owes our client" (OLE, 12/19).