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Russian Premier League Side Dinamo Moscow Prepares For Revenue Increase In '17

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 24 / 15

Russian Premier League side FC Dinamo Moscow, banned from Europa League for breaking financial fair play rules, has said the club’s revenues are set to increase substantially as of '17, when its new arena is scheduled to open. "We expect a breakthrough in revenues in two year's time when the n...

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