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A-League Side Perth Glory Admits Guilt Over Salary Cap Violations

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 17 / 15

A-League side Perth Glory's salary cap drama "has finally reached a conclusion after the club accepted Football Federation of Australia's sanctions" imposed on April 10, a decision made as Glory CEO Jason Brewer resigned from his post, according to Dominic Bossi of the SYNDEY MORNING HERALD. Brewer ...

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